Louis Garneau Durango Shorts

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Louis Garneau Durango Baggy Short is made of Bamtex, an eco-friendly fabric because of Its bamboo content. Bamtex Is abrasion resistant, allows wicking of moisture, and is anti-odor. Comes with a mesh inner short featuring our new Perfo HD chamois. LT-

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Last week, I saw workers building a new fence along the bottom portion of Hoffheins Connector(where you climb up a hill), and I wondered what that was for. Today, I encountered a bunch of cows on the trail near the fence. If the cows walk up Hoffheins, then it's going to be dangerous riding down Ho ... Read More »

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