SUGOi RSE Short - Women's

SUGOi RSE Short - Women's
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RSE Short - Women's by SUGOi
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SUGOi RSE Short - Women's

Sugoi's RSE Women's Shorts have undergone a variety of changes over the years, regularly adapting new technology to keep up with changing trends, and because of this, they continue to live up to their distinction as one of the highest-end products the Canadian brand offers for women. If you 're less comfortable wearing bibs and prefer to race or train in shorts, the RSE offers a luxurious, race-ready alternative in contrast to more entry-level options. Sugoi uses a durable, stretchy blend of nylon and spandex to construct the RSE, which has been fine-tuned to ensure it's able to rapidly wick moisture away from your skin as you ride. It then arranges the fabric panels specifically around a contoured, form-fitting shape with racing and aerodynamics in mind. Along the leg hems, Sugoi adds sleek seamless grippers to ensure they stay in place without causing chafing or irritation when you're concentrating on earning a PR or maintaining pace on your weekend long ride. New for this year, Sugoi updated its top-end Formula FXE chamois, which has been whittled down to match the lithe, ultra-light inserts that we're seeing grace top-end kit more and more. In the case of the RSE, this is achieved through both gel inserts and foam, with rounded edges and subtle transitions between layers of foam and a soft knit top layer helping to wick moisture away from the skin and ward off unpleasant odors.

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