Showers Pass Gravel Shorts - Men's

Showers Pass Gravel Shorts - Men's
Showers Pass Gravel Shorts - Men's
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Gravel Shorts - Men's by Showers Pass
If you're heading out for a day on the trails and the skies look dark and threatening, grab a pair of Showers Pass Gravel Shorts for protection from the elements and plenty of freedom of movement. Constructed with a shorter inseam and a tailored fit with enough room to layer a chamois underneath, the Gravel shorts are made with a stretchy, quick-drying woven material treated with a DWR coating to keep you from getting soaked through as you ride under dripping tree branches on muddy singletrack. Rainy weather usually means humid trails, so Showers Pass includes two zippered thigh vents, and there are two hand pockets for storing your ride essentials. Fine-tune the fit of the shorts with the adjustable waist cinch, and take advantage of the locker loop post-ride so your shorts don't end up buried in a pile of dirty gear.

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SKU: SHO000W
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