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Zoic Antidote Shorts

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Don't let the brutal heat of August slow your riding. The Zoic Antidote Short is loaded with 4 vent panels and comes with Zoic's RPL removable liner with chamois to keep you dry and comfortable all summer.Nylon fabric is super-soft to the touchIntegrated webbing belt for secure custom fitPlenty of pocket space for keys, snacks, etc Media pocket with audio port for your music

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