Sombrio Pinner Shorts

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MSRP : $124.99

Product Description

When you mount a downhill bike that resembles a motorcycle without an engine and proceed to defy gravity against the wishes of your dear mother, make sure you have the durable and comfortable Sombrio Pinner Shorts on. The longer-length cut keeps your knees hidden from rocks that want to have their way with your patellas, and the breathable design ensures that no smell follows you into the bar after the ride. Sombrio's Pinner Shorts are made from a four-way stretch fabric with a DWR finish. The fabric creates a malleable short that follows your body's movement through the hits and jumps without chafing. For internal comfort, Sombrio incorporated a seamless crotch panel, and added two zippered thigh vents to keep the swampy Florida effect at bay. You'll appreciate the close FRD slim fit and stay-put integrated waist belt when you're whipping through tight singletrack without fear of snagging on the pines. The Pinner also has ample storage with its ergonomically designed welt snap pockets. The Sombrio Pinner Shorts are available in sizes from Small to XX-Large, and in the colors Black and Wet Cement.

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