Fox Head Campus Shorts

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MSRP : $46.95

Product Description

Toss a leg over your cruiser bike and say a quick thanks to the Fox Racing engineers for creating the casually styled Men's Campus Bike Short. All synthetic construction stays cool on hot days, and the detachable inner liner pads your junk with a plus Pro-Form M Chamois. When you have to clean off those square-framed shades you borrowed from your roomie (don't ask), just reach inside the front hand pocket and pull out the detachable optics wipe.

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