ZOIC Navaeh Bike Short - Women's

ZOIC Navaeh Bike Short - Women's
ZOIC Navaeh Bike Short - Women's
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Navaeh Bike Short - Women's by ZOIC
The Navaeh Women's Bike Shorts are specifically designed with that extra protection in mind, and they are some of the few freeride-style shorts on the market designed just for women. The main body of the Navaeh Shorts is constructed from stretch fabric that won't bind your movements. But this isn't a form-fitting cut; the shorts feature a Fusion gusset inseam and enough length in the thighs to cover knee pads. The waist adjustments ensure a perfect fit and they are secured with a zip and double-snap closure. The fabric is also knit to help pull moisture to the surface where it evaporates to keep you dry while you ride. They come with four pockets for your ride essentials and a dedicated media pocket for your tunes. While you might not equate mountain biking to chamois liners, Navaeh knows that you still want comfort and cushion, even on the trails. Its ZO-Tech liner is a multi-level, stretch chamois that keeps your sit bones comfortably supported. Even better, the entire liner is removable so that you're able to wear the shorts straight to the post-ride brewpub.

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SKU: ZOI0251
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