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Bellwether Crossover Shorts
Grab your bike and go! Crossover shorts are meant to be worn on quick jaunts around town and meeting up with friends or ripping down a favorite section of single track. Features: - Internal tethers on waistline allow use with any of Bellwether's padded inner shorts. - Reflective accent on rear pocket for improved visibility - Soft inner waistband lining - Belt loops - Tailored “slim fit”
Club Ride Rale Pants
Club Ride’s Rale Pants are a commuter’s dream. their water-repellent, mid-weight, breathable fabric is only the beginning. The adjustable waistband, trademarked as the NoCrackBack, rises in the rear for optimal on-bike fit. And, well-placed storage pockets offer plentiful storage. These quick-drying, performance-fit pants are a must for those who travel on two wheels.
Club Ride Rale Pants - Women's
Club Ride’s Rale Pants are a commuter’s dream. Their water-repellent, mid-weight, breathable fabric is only the beginning. The adjustable waistband, trademarked as the NoCrackBack, rises in the rear for optimal on-bike fit. Well-placed storage pockets offer plentiful storage and reflective accents on the side pocket, belt loop, and inside pant cuff enhance visibility. These quick-drying, slim-fitting pants are a must for those who travel on two wheels.
Surly Pants
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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