Upgrade your go-to shorts with a pop of color with Shebeest's Daisy Shorts. These bright shorts may look like they are all fun and games, and we won't debate that the bold and bright colors certainly bring a smile to our faces, but all of the fun is backed up by the serious structure of the shorts that doesn't fall short. Shebeest prides itself on crafting its riding gear with integrity, using serious fabrics that can hold up to long miles, and it's easy to see with the multi-material construction on the Daisy Shorts. They start with a whopping 41% spandex content throughout the black fabric, generously stretching with you to support your muscles comfortably, while the colorful side panels offer 20% of spandex that lets you enjoy a bit of give, but still gives a touch of compression. To keep you supported from beneath, Shebeest employs its signature Shelastic 2. 0 chamois. The Shelastic uses 4-way stretch that allows the pad to conform to your body without interfering with your pedal stroke. It packs in multi-density foam designed to absorb jarring vibrations from damaged roads, cushioning your sit bones along the way. Wide fabric wings extend beyond the padded zone to move stitching away from your most sensitive anatomy, elevating your comfort while you ride. A wide, elastic-free waistband finishes off the shorts on top, designed for a secure fit that avoids the dreaded muffin top, while wide, 3-inch cuffs finish off the bottom to lock your hems in place with a seamless hold.
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