Gore Bike Wear Power 3.0 Shorts - Women's

Gore Bike Wear Power 3.0 Shorts - Women's
Gore Bike Wear Power 3.0 Shorts - Women's
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Power 3.0 Shorts - Women's by Gore Bike Wear
Perfect for ladies who are starting to take cycling seriously or looking for affordable shorts for mid-length rides, Gore Bike Wear's Power 3. 0 Women's Shorts lay down plenty of comfort, style, and durability. They're made from a slightly compressive, supportive, and moisture-wicking blend of nylon and elastane, which reduces fatigue and keeps sweat from building up against your skin. The fabric is patterned to move with you as you ride, and the wide waistband and hem gripper help them stay in place from your first pedal stroke to your last. You need a little something between you and the saddle, so Gore sewed in a Power Lady chamois, a seamless, flexible, and moisture-wicking pad that's perfect for mid-length rides. It moves with you without rubbing, and supports your sit bones to keep saddle pains at bay. Finally, Gore included a low-profile key pocket so you don't have to lock yourself out to go for a ride, and finished the Power 3. 0 with reflective rear details to help you stand out on the road.

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