SUGOi RSX Suspension Short - Men's

SUGOi RSX Suspension Short - Men's
SUGOi RSX Suspension Short - Men's
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RSX Suspension Short - Men's by SUGOi
The RSX Suspension Men's Shorts pair Sugoi's extraordinary RSX mountain bike baggies with a super-comfortable bib liner. The RSXs have a devoted following that's due mostly to their blend of technical fabrics and sleek, pedaling-friendly cut, so it only makes sense to add in a light, airy, mesh bib short to enhance your enjoyment of the ride. Sugoi built the RSX shorts out of its proprietary RS Flex fabric. This material's combination of built-in stretch, quick-drying knit, and water-resistant characteristics make RS Flex ideal for trail riding duties. And, as the name implies, the RS Flex material moves with you as you pedal instead of bunching. Because the material is both water-resistant and quick-drying, you gain much needed protection from the elements. The RSX Suspension's removable bib liner is built around Sugoi's Formula FX chamois. In conjunction with the pressure-relieving shape, the chamois' four-way stretch panels ensure that it moves with you instead of bunching or chafing. Furthering the chafe-fighting properties, this insert is seam-free.

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