Patagonia Pliant Shorts

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Patagonia Women's Pliant Shorts - 3 1/2" - Closeout - Stay steady in tree pose in the Pliant Shorts. These flattering hot weather, hot yoga shorts are made from our quick-drying, highly technical nylon/spandex blend. The powerful knit fabric offers compression, holding you and your shape in place. A gusset for mobility, and a wide, flat waistband hides a small pocket. Inseam is 3 1/2". Details Soft synthetic knit is substantial and stretchy; it holds its shape, wicks moisture and dries quickly Waistband is wide, flattering and supportive Angled side seams and contouring through the hip and thigh provide a great fit Gusset for mobility Small pocket in waistband 3A 1/2" inseam 8.7-oz 84% nylon/16% spandex 113 g (4 oz) Made in Mexico.

- Massey's Outfitters

Stay steady in tree pose in the Pliant Shorts. These flattering hot weather, hot yoga shorts are made from our quick-drying, highly technical nylon/spandex blend. The powerful knit fabric offers compression, holding you and your shape in place. A gusset for mobility, and a wide, flat waistband hides a small pocket. Inseam is 3 1/2".

- Patagonia.com

Show some skinbut not too muchwhen you wear the Patagonia Women's Pliant Short on your next run or to your weekly hot yoga class. Beefy, super-stretchy nylon-spandex knit stays in place when you move into a deep pose, and the gusset provides extra mobility. Stay cool and comfortable, without worrying about your shorts crawling up your legs.

- Backcountry.com

Patagonia Pliant Shorts

previously retailed for:
$13.50 - $45.00

The Patagonia Pliant Shorts is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 8, 2015 at Massey's Outfitters.

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