Chrome Union Shorts

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Inspired by NATO military shorts and US Postal summer pants, Chrome madeTheir Union ShortTo be functional and durable. With an updated slim fit and new urban cycling features, including secure back pocket, deep front pockets, and reflective logo, Chrome's Union Short works onThe bike and inThe bar. Gusseted seat and durable 4-way stretch fabric provide hours of comfort inThe saddle or sitting onThe grass. Water resistant, durable 4-way stretch fabric for fit and movementSnap secured rear pocket

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