PATAGONIA DIRT ROAMER BIKE SHORT W - PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The Patagonia Dirt Roamer Bike Short W is lightweight yet durable, a premium and contoured-fit mountain bike short that's highly breathable and has stretchy fabric for hammer rides, hot days and backcountry missions. Designed along with, but sold separately from, our Dirt Roamer Liner Shorts. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
PATAGONIA DIRT ROAMER BIKE SHORT W FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
Fabrics: 4-oz 90-denier 86% recycled polyester/14% spandex with four-way stretch and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Stretchy, Airy Ultralight Fabric
Lightweight four-way stretch fabric wicks moisture and dries quickly; Fair Trade Certified™ sewn
No-Stitch Welded Seams
Low-bulk, no-stitch welded seams reduce weight and allow shorts to stretch as one garment while eliminating chafing during prolonged saddle time
Curved waistband follows the natural shape of the hips, and a highly articulated slimmer fit helps keep shorts in place on long rides
Adjustable, Stay-Put Waistband
Updated two-sided, low-profile adjustable OppoSet® waistband allows for a fine-tuned fit that holds strong throughout the ride
Secure Pass-Through Pockets
Two secure, zippered envelope-style pockets on outer thighs keep valuables close at hand, with new pass-through access that pairs with thigh pockets on our Dirt Roamer Liner Shorts
Pairs with our Dirt Roamer Liner Bibs, Dirt Roamer Liner Shorts, Dirt Craft Liner Shorts and Nether Bike Liner Shorts
Longer, MTB-Specific Inseam
12½" inseam covers tops of knees and low-profile kneepads
Country of Origin
Made in Vietnam.
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