The Zoot Women's Active Tri 6in Shorts deliver streamlined efficiency and impeccable comfort for fast times through any distance. Endura+ fabric offers ample stretch and quick-drying comfort to keep you dry and comfortable when transitioning between race stages. Rated at UPF 50+, this fabric also ensures protection from the scorching summer sun and an integrated modesty liner enhances coverage when you're transitioning from water to land.Designed with a double inseam gusset for maximum flex and support, the Active Tri 6in Short won't hold you back when every second is crucial. Zoot's proprietary SeamLink construction lowers the seam's height profile for a smooth, non-irritating feel, which is especially important when you're transitioning from swim to bike stages. Its wide knit waistband with draw cord adjustment dials in a secure, supportive fit, ensuring these don't slip off or uncomfortably ride up. Dual Hip Holster pockets easily secure your nutritional needs, holding energy gels and small snacks within easy reach. Plus, you'll find these shorts include reflective details for boosted visibility during riding and running stages.Furthering your levels of comfort, Zoot includes its Integra SBR 1D chamois and BioWrap leg grippers. The Integra insert sports a minimalist construction with enough support for cycling without inhibiting comfort and movement in either swim or run. And because of the swimming, Zoot designed the Integra to be water-resistant and quick-drying, meaning you won't be racing soggy after T1.
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