Whether you're lapping lift-access lines with your crew for the weekend, or pushing for the podium at nationals you'll want a pair of gravity-fueled pants like the Troy Lee Designs Men's Sprint Pants to keep you covered when you're cooking it at top speed through root lattices and chundery rock gardens. With moto-inspiration, these pants are designed to fulfill your craving for downhill and enduro schralping, with a newly redesigned cut for better on the bike feel when you're hammering across a flat into a beefy drop. The Sprint Pant is built up with a blend of burly 600D polyester, and just enough spandex to let you move when you need to get behind the saddle, or crush the pedals during your final sprint for the finish line. This year the panels across your quads have a little bit more stretch than before, so riders who don't skip leg day can stay comfortable, too. The robust shell is tough enough to withstand the scrapes and bumps that come along with the terrain, and with enough room underneath to throw on a pair of pads for extra protection. The leg is a little more tapered than before, improving the feel while pedaling, while a sonic-welded thermo skin is applied to the drive side inner leg to give you some extra durability if you end up getting a little too close to the chainring. Mesh panels along the back of your calves help you stay cool when the temperature rises. Since its rare that any of us hit the trail without gadgets, tools, and a snack, the pants are equipped with pockets for stashing trail essentials.
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