Outdoor Research Expressa Skort

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Women's Expressa Skort FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Women's Expressa Skort Lightweight Quick-drying Drawcord Stretch inner short with security pocket Standard Fit SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Women's Expressa Skort Weight: 6.4 oz / 182 g Length: 15in. / 38 cm Fabric: 100% Polyester This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The breathable, super-light fabric and four-way stretch of the Outdoor Research Expressa Skort is wicking, comfortable and allows body heat and perspiration to escape. Whether your hot-weather hike takes you into dry desert sky or winds through a humid forest, this is the skort for all your warm-weather adventures.

- CampSaver.com

The Outdoor Women's Research Expressa Skort features breathable, lightweight polyester fabric so you can wear it on trail, to the gym, or around town.

- Backcountry.com

With four-way mechanical stretch, there is no movement this skort won t accommodate. Breathable, super-light fabric provides comfort and allows excess body heat and perspiration to escape. Whether a hot climb takes you high into the desert sky or a mind-clearing trail run winds you through a humid forest, these are the shorts for your warm-weather adventures. An elastic waist with drawcord keeps these shorts in place when you re on the move, and the zippered thigh pocket holds crucial keys, energy bars and other crucial items on the trail.Closeouts

- Second Ascent

Whether you're out for your Saturday morning trail run or you're tackling your first marathon, Outdoor Research's Expressa Skort is the way to go with a 15-inch length and inner shorts for modesty. The soft stretchy polyester fabric allows you to move freely and the simple attractive design, complete with a pocket for keys or cash transitions easily to your around-town errands.

- Mountain Gear