Troy Lee Designs Ruckus Short - Men's

Troy Lee Designs Ruckus Short - Men's
Troy Lee Designs Ruckus Short - Men's
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Ruckus Short - Men's by Troy Lee Designs
From lift-serviced laps in the Rockies to alpine epics in the Swiss Alps, the Men's Ruckus Short by Troy Lee Designs serves up the trail-ready attitude needed to attack wild stretches of trail. The Ruckus sits just below your knees, accommodating riders rocking knee pads on downhill shuttles, but without being overly baggy for pedaling uphill. Four-way stretch fabric promotes fluid flexibility, regardless if you're hitting features in the bike park or climbing uphill for hours at a time. Unzip the leg vents for active cooling on rides where the temperature reaches oppressive realms. Softening the sting of jarring trails and rocky outcroppings, the included chamois actively wicks moisture while dissipating vibration and reducing saddle abrasion. This chamois is removable, so you can rock your favorite padded liner short with the Ruckus. For a precise fit, adjustable waist tabs prevent this short from sliding off during fast movements. And because you rarely ride without gadgets, snacks, or tools, a variety of secure-stashing pockets make easy work of carrying all your riding accessories.

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SKU: TLD00W6
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