Troy Lee Designs Ruckus Short - Men's

Troy Lee Designs Ruckus Short - Men's
Troy Lee Designs Ruckus Short - Men's
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Ruckus Short - Men's by Troy Lee Designs
Whether you're traversing the mountains of New Zealand, or lapping the local bike park on a sunny weekend, the Troy Lee Designs Ruckus Shorts are decked out and ready for the adventure. Their trail-ready attitude comes across strong with the generous inseam that stops below the knees with room for pads to keep you covered when you book it a little too quickly into a chunky rock garden, and four-way stretch that lets you throw your bike sideways off of a booter, or crush climbs without restriction. When the mercury starts to rise, unzip the inner thigh vents for active cooling when you're pushing it down the trail.

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