Endura MTR Spray Bib Short - Men's

Endura MTR Spray Bib Short - Men's
Endura MTR Spray Bib Short - Men's
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MTR Spray Bib Short - Men's by Endura
The MTR Spray Bib Shorts fit into Endura's line as their most versatile trail-bib option, with waterproof back panels to keep you dry when you're deep in the wilderness. The floating pad enables taped seals between panels which provides protection against spray and rain.

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SKU: EDA001S
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