Ride briskly without restriction in the Sugoi Women's Evolution Shorty Short. This low-cut cycling short not only keeps you utterly cool and comfortable in the midst of summer heat waves, but just as importantly, it's a surefire way to gain a bit more flexibility than a longer cycling short. Besides being a flexible, low-cut cycling short, the Evolution Shorty Short keeps you comfortable as you rack up the miles. Key to retaining plush comfort, the women's-specific RC Pro Chamois uses high-density foam that dissipates incoming vibration from rough roads and high speeds. This four-way stretch chamois conforms to the individual contours of your body for a truly customized fit without chafing. Another benefit, Sugoi's Invisia finish eliminates chamois stitch lines for a flattering finish. Evo Plus fabric supports key muscle groups while wicking moisture for active cooling in stifling conditions. The Comfort waistband is widely contoured, evenly distributing pressure to alleviate pinching without it slipping off your body. To retain a secure fit around your legs, the MAB PowerBand silicone grippers prevent the bottoms from riding up without causing the dreaded "sausage effect" known to elastic grippers.
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