Giordana Fusion Short - Women's

Giordana Fusion Short - Women's
$69.96 $99.95 30% off
Fusion Short - Women's by Giordana
Price subject to change | SKU: GIO004U

Giordana Fusion Short - Women's

Giordana's Fusion line has always represented accessibility and quality for riders new to the sport, with a more relaxed, comfort-driven design ideal for building riding experience. The Fusion Women's Shorts embody that inclusive theme. They're constructed with soft microfiber fabric that provides targeted compression to the legs for improved circulation and muscle support while wicking moisture away from the skin continuously as you ride to keep you cool and dry. The fit is slightly more relaxed than the rest of Giordana's line, but still practical for long days in the saddle, with a slim, tailored cut that won't bunch or slip. Adjusting to spending time in the saddle can be challenging at first to riders who aren't accustomed to it, so Giordana pays careful attention to comfort with the Fusion to make the process goes as smoothly as possible. The high, wide waistband provides support and stability as you adjust body position in the saddle, getting used to your drops and hoods, while the Cirro chamois stands guard between you and the saddle with plush cushioning and a flexible, breathable design that won't weigh you down on warm summer rides. Finally, soft jacquard leg bands help keep the legs of the Fusion in place without pinching your skin, giving you reassurance that you won't spend most of your ride tugging creeping hemlines back into place.

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