The North Face 29er Shorts

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Built specifically for men,These shorts are constructed from eight panelsTo ensure a perfect fit.These shorts can be worn alone or with an outer short. Ultraviolet protection factor (UPG) 50 Eight panel design Elastic comfort waistband Laser – cutThigh grippers Four way stretch seamless chamois has plush microfiber paddingTo reduce friction points and relieve pressure in key areas Chamois features Coolmax fibersTo reduce odors and regulate heat buildup Reflective logo

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