You've already logged countless training miles over the last several months for your next tri, so when you show up to race, you shouldn't be held up by kit that can't stand up to the demands of swimming, cycling, and running. Louis Garneau's Pro 9. 25 Carbon Shorts have all of the features you'll need to get you from standing in the water waiting for the starting gun to sprinting across the finish line. The Pro 9. 25's fabric construction relies on Lycra and spandex blended with other hardworking synthetic materials, which for you, translates to shorts that will rapidly pull moisture away from your skin as you race, drying the shorts quickly after the swim and keeping you cool as you run through rising mid-morning temperatures. The fabric's construction and Garneau's effective seaming placement also allows the shorts to achieve a contoured, supportive fit. Tri apparel is known for its often extremely form-fitting cut, and Garneau makes sure that the Pro 9. 25 exemplifies this fit. It's done with the goal of eliminating any chance of chafing as well as providing as much support to your muscles as possible to meet the varied demands of race day. Along the inside of the shorts, Garneau includes a flexible, breathable Tri Air chamois, tasked with providing just enough relief during the bike leg without inhibiting your body movements when you get to the run.
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Louis Garneau Pro 9.25 Carbon Shorts - Men's
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