$99.99 - $100.00
Giro's Men’s Truant Short is built for trail riding. It fits comfortably on the waist with the ability to adjust as your ride changes. Key details separate the Truant Short from the rest of the line – most noteworthy are the roomy leg openings and longer inseam that work seamlessly with kneepads. Other subtle features include a secure pocket that keep valuables safe on technical descents and a durable fabric exterior. Pair these shorts with the Men’s Truant Jersey (sold separately), and you’ll be confident on any trail.
$49.99 - $99.99 $99.99 50% Off
Street style and cycling performance are yours with Giro's Ride Overshorts. Made from two-way stretch twill, these shorts are light, comfortable, and perform beautifully both on and off the bike. Stretch side panels and a stretch gusset ensure full range of motion plus perfect layering over your favorite pair of cycling shorts. The zip fly, four pockets, and zippered security pocket just add to the versatility.
$19.99 - $29.99 $69.99 Up to 71% Off
Ride. Swim. Run. Relax. - 88% Nylon / 12% Spandex - 4-way stretch and quick dry material - 2 front mesh pockets - Rear zippered mesh pocket (can fit iPhone 6+)
$19.99 $49.99 60% Off
Look good and feel good in Electra's Fin Shorts. Their easy-going style dries quickly and stays comfortable all day long. - 88% Nylon / 12% Spandex - 4-way stretch - Quick dry material - 2 front mesh pockets - Rear zippered mesh pocket (fits iPhone 6+)
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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