Sherpa Adventure Gear Gaurav Shorts

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sherpa Adventure Gear's Gaurav Shorts page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Spend more time exploring your world. The Sherpa Men's Gaurav Shorts are equally suited for hiking or adventure travel. Travel addicts know that packing light is crucial. So every piece that goes into your bag better be light, adaptable and comfortable. The mini-grid fabric wicks moisture away from the skin, dries quickly and stretches to move with you. The 13-inch inseam is gusseted for comfort during long hours in vehicles of transport; it also accommodates long strides and wide-span climbing moves. The curved back yoke arcs over your rear for a truly flattering silhouette.Fabric: 93% nylon, 7% spandex.Stretch fabric ensures complete mobility and a great comfortable fit.Side-thigh cargo pockets, with snap-flap and zipper closures, are pleated, so contents expand outward rather than digging into your legs.Zip-close pockets keep valuables secure.Stitching is reinforced in areas prone to high wear.Two on-seam back pockets have snap-flap closures.Zip fly and double-snap waist closure.Inseam gusset for complete mobility and comfort. UPF factor of 50+ shields skin from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. Inseam: 13".Avg. wt. 11.3 oz.Import.

- Campmor

Sherpa Adventure Gear Gaurav Shorts

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The Sherpa Adventure Gear Gaurav Shorts is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 14, 2011 at Campmor.

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