Oakley Dreaded Shorts

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MSRP : $85.00

Product Description

The Oakley Dreaded Short has what it takes to keep up with you on the trail. The fixed 10mm thick chamois provides superior support and comfort on long trail rides. To prevent the shorts from coming loose, Oakley added a dual snap fly to ensure it stays on. The waist features an internal grip to keep them in place while riding. On the left side, the Dreaded Short has a small cargo pocket and a small, internal key pocket on the right side.

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