Retailers' Descriptions

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On Sale. Isis Women's Corsa Short FEATURES of the Isis Women's Corsa Short Stretch waistband construction for superior comfort and freedom of movement Hidden inner pocket for convenient access to essentials Lightweight, non-compressive fit for active performance Mid-thigh length for maximum range of motion Inseam stretch panel for added freedom of movement SPECIFICATIONS of the Isis Women's Corsa Short Inseam: Medium: 9in. 86% Nylon 14% Spandex

- Moosejaw

Soft, smooth, and light, the Isis Women's Corsa Short was born to move with stretchy and gusseted abandon. Its stretch waistband and mid-thigh length give you comfortable coverage for high-kicking, long-leaping freedom; stash your keys or cash in its hidden pocket so you can race or roam far without limit.

- Backcountry.com

For daily runs, gym sessions and yoga workouts, you'll love the stretch and comfort of the women's Isis Corsa Shorts.

- REI

The Isis Corsa Short is the most comfortable and sleek shorts youll ever move in, with not a single extra seam or detail to get in the wayjust the perfect little hidden pocket. Hit the trail or gym in confidence and style.

- CampSaver.com

How did they get so light? These are the most comfortable and sleek shorts you'll ever move in, with not a single extra seam or detail to get in the way-just the perfect little hidden pocket. Hit the trail or gym in confidence and style.

- Isis

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previously retailed for:
$19.58 - $34.00

The Isis Corsa Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 2, 2014 at Moosejaw.

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