Outdoor Research Ferrosi Short - Women's

Outdoor Research Ferrosi Short - Women's
Outdoor Research Ferrosi Short - Women's
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Ferrosi Short - Women's by Outdoor Research
There's a reason the Ferrosi line from Outdoor Research wins editor choice awards and contains some of their best selling items in the entire catalog-each piece is meticulously designed for all-around performance, whether you're peak bagging in the Cascades or maneuvering single track in the Badlands. The Ferrosi Short are no exception to this stellar line and if there's one pair of shorts to keep in your closet or pack in your carry-on they certainly won't fall, well, short. Water- and wind-resistant fabric create a durable softshell for any surprise (or expected) weather and if they do encounter rain, the nylon/spandex combo dries quickly so you can get back to charging with hardly a switchback-I mean setback. Two inseam lengths and a soft waistband offer total comfort for long days in the saddle or on the wall.

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