Race Face Flank Liner - Men's

Race Face Flank Liner - Men's
Race Face Flank Liner - Men's
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Flank Liner - Men's by Race Face
When you're suiting up for a rowdy trail day, skip the basic liner short and toss on a little extra padding with the Race Face Flank Liner. These protection-packed shorts treat you to shock-absorbing padding at the hips with removable D30 protective foam for coverage from hip-checks, while heat-molded foam at outer thighs add additional protection from overgrown trails, and impacts. The liner shorts themselves are built from light and breathable mesh to keep venting a priority, while flat-lock seams reduce irritation and securely hold the panels together. While hip and thigh padding is a plus, we wouldn't want to toss on these shorts without a little support for our sit bones. Fortunately Race Face employs a high-performance Italian-made chamois that packs in triple-density foam to soak up harsh trail chatter from jarring rock gardens. The chamois offers rapid sweat evacuation, and odor-fighting properties to keep you fresh through all of the miles.

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SKU: RCF007D
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