The North Face Eat My Dust Short


Inseam 3.5 in
Body Fabric 92 g / sq m 86% Polyester, 14% Elastane Stretch Woven
Panel Fabric 140 g / sq m 90% Polyester, 10% Elastane Knit Mesh, 198 g / sq m 100% Polyester Jersey
Short Liner 140 g / sq m 90% Polyester, 10% Elastane Knit Mesh

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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Women's Eat My Dust Short FEATURES of The North Face Women's Eat My Dust Short Wide mesh waistband Secure-zip rear pocket MP3 compatible Reflective logo

- Moosejaw

Loaded with high-performance features, The North Face Eat My Dust Shorts for women help you lead the pack on tough training sessions.


Keep cool during long-distance runs in comfortable, stretch-woven running shorts that feature a quick-drying liner for additional coverage, a wide mesh waistband and a 3.5 inseam.

- The North Face

The Eat my Dust Short from The North Face keeps you dry and comfortable on your run with a moisture-wicking fabric liner, mesh-ventilation panels, and a wide-mesh waistband. A rear pockets secures a gel and your keys and provides MP3 compatibility.

- Mountain Gear

The North Face Women's Eat My Dust Short might seem fun and flirty to others, but you know that it's one of the things that keep you ahead in the race. Made out of a polyester and elastane blend, the short dries quickly when you run in the rain, manages moisture in warmer weather, and has a touch of stretch to keep you running freely. Mesh panels in the wide waistband bring all the breathability you need to keep on running. So store your MP3 in the zippered back pocket and live up to this short's name.


The North Face Eat My Dust Short

previously retailed for:
$21.83 - $50.00

The North Face Eat My Dust Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 19, 2016 at Moosejaw.

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