Whereas the original Ace Short by Troy Lee Designs was a fitted pair of baggies strictly for high-strung XC racing, the reinvigorated Men's Ace 2. 0 Short broadens its appeal to everyday trail riders with a slightly more relaxed fit and burlier fabric that's built to withstand thrashings on the trail. However, despite becoming more durable and laid-back than before, the Ace 2. 0 retains its status as the lightest short in Troy Lee's line. The original was constructed with a paper-thin fabric that was great strictly for XC riding, but it left everyday trail riders seeking a bit more durability for the long haul. Realizing this, Troy Lee overhauled the Ace 2. 0 with abrasion-resistant polyester combined with ample stretch for fluid mobility and conformity. For 2018, Troy Lee Designs swapped out the previous stretch-to-fit waistband, seeing it was a bit tiresome to get on and off. They replaced it with an improved button fly for easier on and off--all without adding a ton of extra bulk. Also, Troy Lee Designs retained the laser-cut ventilation panels found on the previous version, as to help you regulate your body temperature on long climbs in the brutal summer heat.
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