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Nema Telonix Shorts

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Telonix ShortTheTelonix has a split personality: It will become your favorite short onTheTrail, but snap outThe liner and it’s suddenly a lightweight shellThat can be worn all day without compromising style. LightweightTaslon Nylon Shell Front Zipper, Snap Waist, and Adjustable Velcro Waist Rear and Inner Stretch Panel ZipperedThigh Vents Two Hand Pockets andTwo Side Zipper Pockets onThigh Removable Nema Liner Alpha-X Liner Molded 3-Piece Chamois Sizing

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