Bellwether Escape Shorts

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Bellwether Escape Shorts are comfortable shortsThat feature a durable hydrophoic outer shell and a 6-panel in short containing a Y-Pro Chamois pad. Hydrophobic Hyper DWR outer shell fabrication offers durability and stretchTech-mesh ventilated inner short wicks moisture and maintains comfort Gusseted design removes seams from underneath chamois Y-Pro Chamois provides anti-bacterial, moisture wicking with flat seam constructionTo reduce hot spots and shock absorbing support Baggy Shell Modified 6

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