Louis Garneau Fit Sensor 7.5 Short 2 - Women's

Louis Garneau Fit Sensor 7.5 Short 2 - Women's
Louis Garneau Fit Sensor 7.5 Short 2 - Women's
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Fit Sensor 7.5 Short 2 - Women's by Louis Garneau
Whether you're riding for recreation, transportation, or fitness, the Louis Garneau Fit Sensor 2 shorts ensure your comfort over the miles of road or trail. Garneau updates the Fit Sensor shorts with a side drop-in pocket on the thigh and color redesign. Returning features include the use of Fit Sensor fabric for optimal wicking and breathability to keep your temperature regulated while riding. The wide powerband leg gripper and waistband keep the shorts in place throughout the ride without pinching. Garneau's Airzone chamois conforms to the body while riding for an ergonomic fit.

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SKU: LGNZ4A8
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