Style That Performs The Tournament Short Sleeve Tech Tee combines the classic comfort of your favorite t-shirt with the performance of drirelease. This technical fabric wicks moisture and dries super fast. So, whether you're working up a sweat at the gym, working on your bike in the garage or couch surfing, you will be cool, dry, and comfortable. - Rapidly wicks perspiration - Dries 4x faster than cotton - Odor guard keeps you fresh - Crewneck/short sleeve - Water-based print - Premium fit - Length (HPS): 30" size large - 85% polyester/15% cotton drirelease jersey, 170gm
These pants dig climbs that take them a few hundred feet off the deck. The tough but stretchy, breathable but wind-resistant Ferrosi fabric stays cool during long approach hikes, moves with you while talus wrangling and high- stepping on the sharp end, and blocks wind during long hours of belaying up high. - 86% nylon, 14% spandex, 90D stretch woven ripstop - 32"/82cm Inseam - 11.3oz/319g Avg. weight for size 34 - Water- and Wind-Resistant - Lightweight, Breathable and quick-drying material - Movement-Mirroring Stretch - UPF 50+ Sun Protection - Jean Style Pockets - Zip Thigh Pocket - Zip Back Pockets - Brushed Tricot-Lined Waistband - Button and Zipper Fly - Articulated Knees - Drawcord Cuff Closures - Belt Loops - Harness-compatible waist
$79.99 - $84.00
Casual Shop Short. - 80% Polyester, 20% Viscose Fiber - Custom Race Face snaps throughout - Hand pockets
People who ride a lot sometimes like pants. These WorkRide pants are made of medium-weight Cordura Duck cloth. They're durable, roomy and comfy. We've done a few things to make them riding pants instead of just pants you can ride in. First, we altered the seam structure in the crotch, moving pressure points away from where you sit. We also added an extra layer ‘down there' to mitigate any pressure effects of the seams that remain. The knees are articulated for easy bending, and both legs employ a nifty set of snaps to keep them out of your chainring (two, so you can hem your pants to length and have a snap to spare). Ride to wherever, do what you gotta do (work, chop wood, whatever), then ride home again.
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