Club Ride Apparel Woodchuck Short - Men's

Club Ride Apparel Woodchuck Short - Men's
Club Ride Apparel Woodchuck Short - Men's
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Woodchuck Short - Men's by Club Ride Apparel
Leave the pain of riding on rough roads and bumpy trails behind with the plush padding of the Club Ride Men's Woodchuck Shorts. These liner shorts work great for both road and trail use, absorbing road and trail vibration, while eliminating chafing with its integrated Air gel insert and perforated memory foam padding. The liner's anatomic, male-specific chamois features a MITI antimicrobial finish for extra freshness on long, sweaty rides. The shorts' fabric consists of ActiveFlow fabric that's ultra-light and incredibly quick-drying, ensuring a cool, dry feel when the mercury skyrockets throughout your ride. Its wide waistband provides a supportive, soft feel without causing irritation under your favorite cycling shorts. Moreover, you'll find gripper elastic with silicone strips for a secure fit without the pinching effect that's common with pure elastic grippers.

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SKU: CLB002E
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