Product DescriptionThe Comp Pro Short features ultra-lightweight, streamlined impact protection with ventilated padding and is cut for a precision fit and comfort in the riding position. Strategic impact protection in high impact areas allow you to attack the trails with confidence.
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Hey guys, I'm fairly new to the forums and I posted this in the Specialized section but haven't had many replies. I am looking to upgrade finally after a year of riding a borrowed rockhopper from a buddy. I live down in Miami, FL and was debating between the Crave Pro or the Stumpy Comp HT since my ... Read More »
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