Norrona Fjora Super Lightweight Short - Men's

Norrona Fjora Super Lightweight Short - Men's
Norrona Fjora Super Lightweight Short - Men's
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Fjora Super Lightweight Short - Men's by Norrona
The Norrona Men's Fjora Super Lightweight Short excels on the warmest rides where triple-digit readings and oppressive humidity threaten your plans for singletrack domination. As the airiest short in Norrona's line, the Fjora Super Lightweight Short features zippered vents running vertically down each leg to disperse perspiration and excess warmth. This means you'll stay pleasantly cool and comfortable, regardless of unrelenting summer heat trying to thwart your daily trail ride. It employs a soft, stretchy fabric that breathes well while maximizing freedom and flex when you're slaloming down twisting sections of singletrack and pummeling across rock gardens. The Custom-fit waist secures the fit and feel, so it's not annoyingly sliding down when you're pumping and pedaling at a brisk pace. For added convenience, there's a handy zip pocket for storing trail snacks and small tools, as well as a sunglasses wipe for cleaning smudged shades.

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SKU: NRA009O
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