ZOOT Tri LTD 6in Short - Women's

ZOOT Tri LTD 6in Short - Women's
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Tri LTD 6in Short - Women's by ZOOT
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ZOOT Tri LTD 6in Short - Women's

You've spent countless hours swimming laps at the local aquatic center, running miles across the foothills above town, and riding your bike feverishly in preparation for the upcoming triathlon. Translate your training experience into podium-worthy results with the compressive support and quick-drying comfort of the Zoot Women's Tri LTD 6in Short. The Tri LTD 6in Short sports limited sublimated graphics for an upbeat aesthetic that's sure to make you instantly recognizable on the race course. This triathlon short employs an Italian fabric that's both supportive and moisture-wicking, helping to stabilize key muscle groups while regulating body temperature from spiking during the bike and run stages. Its ability to quickly disperse moisture comes in handy once you leave the water, ensuring you're not a sopping-wet mess the minute you get in the saddle. This fabric enjoys the smooth-feeling construction of Zoot's SeamLink stitching, which prevents irritation from slowing you down. The Integra SBR 2D chamois disperses vibration transmitted through your stiff race frame during the bike stage, yet it's not overly bulky, so you're never restricted while swimming and running. This chamois also is incredibly quick to dry, meaning you won't feel like you're wearing a wet diaper after the initial swim stage. Rounding out the short's impressive attributes, the UPF 50+ rating ensures UV protection when the sun is shining brilliantly without a cloud in the sky.

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