The North Face Chain Ring Shorts

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Seated or standing pedaling requires comfortable XC mountain-bike specific shorts designed for greater freedom of movement and less peddling interference. These versatile, 12.5 inseam stretch woven shorts have a removable, 9.5 inseam chamois liner short for breathable support and next-to-skin comfort during long rides through the backcountry. A DWR (durable water repellent) finish sheds moisture upon contact to keep you dry during epic all-day riding sessions. The elliptical hem at the openings of the outer shorts covers the knee cap for extra protection from the sun and low branches. Mesh inner-thigh vents and mesh-lined hand pockets improve overall airflow to keep you cool. Elastic high-back waistband prevents gapping as you lean towards the handlebars.

- The North Face

With a versatile feature set dialed for the XC mountain biker, The North Face's Chain Ring Shorts are reinforced and bartacked in critical places for your all day epics. Built from a highly breathable stretch fabric with ample mesh venting and a chamois lining, you get comfort along with all that toughness. A seamless crotch gusset and elliptical knee hem won't get in your way, the integrated sunglasses wipe keeps your vision clear.

- Mountain Gear

The North Face Chain Ring Shorts

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The North Face Chain Ring Shorts is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 25, 2013 at The North Face.

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