Sombrio Highline Short - Men's

Sombrio Highline Short - Men's
$109.95
Highline Short - Men's by Sombrio
Price subject to change | SKU: SOM002I

Sombrio Highline Short - Men's

Much like modern trail-taming bikes, technical riding apparel allows us to ride harder, faster, and farther than ever. Taking this philosophy close to heart, the Sombrio Men's Highline Short helps you push the limits of what's physically possible on the trail. Its ultra-light Quattro Flex Lite fabric won't weight you down when you're hammering up steep logging roads and bombing twisty switchbacks on the way back down. Shedding light moisture and trail debris, the short's DWR finish keeps 'em nice and dry, should you encounter a passing shower or brush against dewy vegetation. Forgoing seams along the crotch panel, this short alleviates irritation and chafing, as there are no seams to rub against the seat. Sturdy seam construction with bar-tack stitching throughout high-stress areas prevents premature wear and blowouts from riding hard. Laser-cut ventilation along the lumbar zone and thighs channels cool(er) outside air over your thighs for enhanced temperature regulation on hot summer days. Sombrio's waistband retention system and adjustable hook-and-loop waist tabs ensure a secure, stay-put fit when you're launching off small drops and cleaning tight switchbacks. Additionally, two zippered front pockets, one of which has a key loop for securing your car keys, hold your trail snacks and accessories in secure fashion.

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