PATAGONIA DIRT ROAMER BIKE LINER SHORT - PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The Patagonia Dirt Roamer Bike Liner Short is exclusively for off-road use, a high-performing liner short that features a 3D-engineered, 3-layer, MTB-specific chamois; wide-open power-mesh panels for maximum breathability; and soft yet secure leg grips for long hours of pedaling bliss. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
PATAGONIA DIRT ROAMER BIKE LINER SHORT FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
Fabrics: Body: 5.2-oz 79% recycled nylon/21% elastane stretch interlock knit / Panels: 5-oz 77% recycled nylon/23% elastane mesh
Supportive, Highly Breathable Recycled Fabric
Comfortable, supportive liner shorts made from a recycled nylon/elastane blend with breathable panels of recycled nylon/elastane power mesh
Premium Low-Bulk Chamois
Low-bulk, 3D, 3-layer premium Italian chamois pad designed for protection, breathability, comfort and durability on long rides
Designed alongside and intended to pair with our Dirt Roamer Bike Shorts, but compatible with all Patagonia MTB overshorts
Slip-Free Silicone Leg Grips
Soft, subtle silicone leg gripper is injected into fabric, eliminating slippage and chafing while securing chamois in place
Integrated On-Body Storage
Two drop-in thigh pockets securely hold a multi-tool, a key or other small valuables, and are designed to pair with the pass-through pockets on our Dirt Roamer Bike Shorts
Supporting The People Who Made This Product
Fair Trade Certified™ sewn, which means the people who made it earned a premium for their labor
Country of Origin
Made in Vietnam.
145 g (5.1 oz)
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