$140.00 - $150.00
The female version of our Farside short is a trim fit, 4-way stretch summer short built for bikepacking, gravel and all-road adventures. Made with a soft double-weave face for durability and a looped yarn at the back, the Farside dries fast and feels fabulous against the skin, even when you’re riding hard in hot conditions. For trail-side stops and evenings by the campfire, the short is trimmed with dual side hand pockets, and to the right and slightly to the rear, an extra zippered pocket to stow a smartphone, light snacks, or even a folded map. Whether you need extra space or like to keep the essentials close at hand, the position of the zippered pocket allows for unrestricted pedaling, and a barely-there feeling even over the most demanding trails. Clean finish laminated hems ensure smooth moves with every turn of the cranks, while reinforced crotch seams better resist the rough and tumble of the trail. Reflective details and a zippered fly complete the short.
Think of the Foundation bib as a base layer for your lower half. Made with an airy, open mesh and an innovative, free-feeling chamois, Foundation invites refreshing airflow right where it’s needed, and dries fast during even intense efforts in hot environments. At the rest stop, Pull2P technology - think straps that allow things to come down, without undressing - means you won’t have to remove outer layers to take a nature break. For extended expeditions, Foundation features two roomy back pockets to complement storage on the bike, giving you the option to wear a simple tech tee or regular top instead of a cycling jersey with storage.
Think of the Foundation as a base layer for the bike. Made with an airy, open mesh and an innovative, free-feeling chamois, Foundation invites refreshing airflow right where it’s needed most, and dries fast under intense efforts in hot conditions.
The perfect all-round overshort for mountain biking: light, durable, and comfortable.
Built on the proven MK3 platform, Cargo is a refined, long-distance road cycling bib short, built to take you further in total comfort. Spacious pockets on the legs and back of the bibs complement bags on the bike, or add to existing jersey storage options for multi-day expeditions into the wilds. With five pockets in total, Cargo swallows snacks and supplies in total security, giving you the option to wear a more relaxed tech tee or top, instead of a traditional cycling jersey. At the heart of the bib is a custom Elastic Interface® chamois designed to our exacting specifications with High-Density Foam through the centre channel, and a completely air permeable perforate top layer. Which means that from road to gravel and everything in-between, the MK3 breathes, cushions and feels amazing on sensitive areas, delivering unmatched comfort from dawn to dusk. Throughout the MK3, Clean Finish tailoring places seams and sewing lines away from action points to present smooth surfaces at every turn. Including at the straps, where soft, shoulder-friendly material blends with the bibs to create a supportive fit. In combination with a compressive body fabric, the MK3 also sports seamless raw edges detailed with printed silicon grippers. By extending the body fabric to the hem, the MK3 does away with overeager grippers, helping the bib to fit smoothly and evenly across the leg.
Since its launch in 2015, the 7mesh Revelation has become the benchmark for weatherproof cycling jackets, and now wet weather cyclists will recognize the same attention to detail in the fully taped Revo Short. Made entirely from waterproof breathable Gore-Tex®, the Revo is patterned for the riding position, and the unique construction of the crotch gusset moves seams to the side to prevent abrasion on the saddle from mud and grit. The Revo is carefully articulated to maximize freedom of movement without hanging low when you’re out of the saddle, and features scalloped leg openings that are longer in front to add protection while still accommodating knee pads. Features include integrated low profile waist adjusters, belt loops for riders who prefer a belt, and front hand pockets for easy access to smaller items.
When it's muddy hell on the trail, give your best in the very worst conditions with the Women's Revo Gore-Tex Short. A fully-taped waterproof, breathable and trail-durable mountain bike short, the Revo rocks a female-specific fit, with the added comfort and performance that comes from moving seams to the side and away from sensitive areas. Shaped for ease of pedaling with a cut that runs just below the knee, the Revo equally excels when the trail falls away - trigger the dropper, and the Revo's trim fit gusset won't interfere when you're off the back of the saddle.
$150.00 - $160.00
The WK2 is a supremely comfortable women’s short for those who prefer to ride without bib-straps. It is designed for escapes, races and week-long adventures.
Cargo’s safe and secure pockets provide much needed capacity for longer adventures, and quick access to a phone, small camera, snacks or shell depending on how you choose to fill them. Offering two pockets on the legs and two on the upper back, Cargo can be used to complement existing storage on the bike, or to transfer small items from a traditional cycling jersey, freeing you up to wear a more relaxed tech tee or normal top for a less road-specific look when the route heads off-road. Built on the WK3 platform, Cargo rides with complete freedom and supports where it counts thanks to thoughtful tailoring, soft, skin-caring fabrics and an Elastic Interface chamois that delivers unmatched comfort across the saddle. At the legs, seamless raw edges do away with overeager grippers, extending bib body fabric to the hems to encourage a balanced, tapered grip without compressing your thighs. On long rides, pulling up to take a nature break shouldn’t require a mini-Houdini, which is why the WK3 features patented soft, side-positioned straps that allow the bib to be pulled down without having to remove either your gilet or jersey in the bathroom stall, or at the side of the trail. We call it Pull2P - because adventure should be left for the ride, not the rest stop.
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