Gore Wear C5 All Mountain Short - Men's

Gore Wear C5 All Mountain Short - Men's
Gore Wear C5 All Mountain Short - Men's
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C5 All Mountain Short - Men's by Gore Wear
Designed to take a serious beating on the trail, the Gore Wear Men's C5 All Mountain Short provides the rugged dependability and movement-conforming stretch required for all-day epics in the mountains and laps at the local bike park. It's designed with a relaxed fit that easily integrates with knee pads, plus it comes with zippered ventilation panels that release excess heat on those stifling summer rides. Strategically placed stretch panels along the rear and thighs promote full range of motion when you're pedaling swiftly up a climb or accelerating from a corner, paired with splash-resistant fabric on the inner-thighs and rear for those rainy days on the trail. Additional functionality comes from a silicone gripper at the rear waistband, plus two zippered cargo pockets for carrying all your energy-boosting goodies and essential repair tools.

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