Women’s Classic Triathlon Shorts Black XX-Large

September 6, 2014 - Comment

All of your training, preparation, and energy goes into race day. All the hours you’ve spent in the water, in the saddle, and on the trails have fine-tuned your body for performance during your event and you don’t want your gear to slow you down or compromise what you’ve sacrificed to get this far. Our

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All of your training, preparation, and energy goes into race day. All the hours you’ve spent in the water, in the saddle, and on the trails have fine-tuned your body for performance during your event and you don’t want your gear to slow you down or compromise what you’ve sacrificed to get this far. Our Classic Triathlon shorts are designed for performance during all three phases of race day so that you only have to focus on what you’ve been training for. Comfortable 84% nylon/16% spandex 4-way stretch fabric allows your legs to move freely and easily while still providing muscle compression during exertion. Our flexible cycling pad is designed specifically for triathletes to provide comfort on the bike while not impeding or restricting your range of motion during the other two disciplines. The soft elastic waistband keeps you comfortable during each phase and the pad’s multi-perforated design promotes air flow to create a fast drying surface. Having the right gear allows you to perform at your best and spend less time in transition. Five color choices. Available in regular and plus sizes (as well as men’s and big man’s). All shorts are made in the USA.

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Hyacinth Locke says:

Perfect for my first triathlon 0

Anonymous says:

They fit me well and stayed in place. They didn’t ride up in the thighs or down at the waist. I wore them through my triathlon and they got the job done. My only complaint is that they were a little uncomfortable during the bike ride in the crotch. I like to work out commando to avoid chafing and they rubbed me a bit uncomfortably. Probably wouldn’t be an issue if I wore underwear, although I haven’t had that issue with regular spandex shorts while bike riding. Perhaps it’s the padding…

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