Whether you're coming in hot on a descent or feeling a shade more chill (hello lazy Sunday cruise), the SheBeest Women's Skinny Americano Short ensures comfort and dexterity regardless of what trail you choose to tackle. Built specifically for mountain biking, the Americano features a lightweight, stretchy fabric to assure unencumbered mobility, so you're able to launch and boost over features like the boss that you are. Meanwhile, the women-specific fit eschews the standard "sag-and-bag" kind of silhouette that frequents the mountain bike clothing, in turn offering you the best of both worlds: freedom to move and a chic silhouette. Now, the Americano is liner-less, so saddle protection is on you. That being said, this short is equipped with a comfortable and secure hook closure and zippered fly. A sheband panel further promotes a snug, yet pressure-free fit, while the reflective details enhance visibility in low-light conditions. And naturally, a short would be rendered relatively obsolete without a bevy of pockets--two, offset rear pockets refuse to get in the way of your saddle, and a left rear zippered pocket keeps small necessities close at hand and secure.
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