Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Isis Winona Short has become one our most popular shorts simply because it fits and looks great. The stretch nylon fabric is rugged enough for hiking yet comfortable for to wear everyday. Attractive print microsuede-lined waistband. Lots of pockets including: Coin pocket, Welt side pocket and Back pockets. Modern rise sits just above the hip. Inseam: 8 inches. Material: Expedition LT fabric made from 96 percent nylon and 4 percent spandex. Available colors: chocolate, putty and moss

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Back for another season, the best selling Isis Winona Short for Women had gained its popularity because it the fit is perfect and the style unbeatable. Built with quick dry, moisture wicking stretch nylon fabric, the Winona Shorts are rugged enough for hiking and backpacking, but look great around town. With a modern rise and regular fit, these women's shorts provide all-day comfort for your active lifestyle.

- Altrec Outdoors

All-day comfort and a smooth fit are icing on the cake for these Isis Winona shorts made with a technical fabric. Expedition Clothâ„¢ nylon and spandex blend resists abrasions, and stretches when you do. It's also lightweight and quick to dry with a wicking finish. Low-rise, regular fit style features zipper fly with button closure and microsuede-lined flat waistband. Pockets include front hand pockets (one with coin pocket), back pockets and side welt pocket. Closeout.


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The Winona Short has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$24.93 - $58.00

The Isis Winona Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 13, 2011 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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