Leave the competition in the dust with the soft, stretchy, and moisture-wicking comfort of the Patagonia Women's Nine Trails Shorts. Bluesign-approved, the Nine Trails Shorts ensure the highest levels of overall sustainability through environmentally friendly production processes. Four-way stretch fabric conforms to your every move for unencumbered flexibility when you're blasting down your favorite stretch of dirt, gravel, or asphalt. The DWR treatment sheds outside moisture from dampening these shorts, should you encounter passing showers or run past dewy vegetation.
The brief-style liner provides extra support, keeping these shorts from slouching during fast-paced movement. Microdenier polyester mesh lining keeps perspiration build-up to a minimum. Polygiene odor control provides freshness, even after sweaty summer runs and long-distance efforts. The flat-knit waistband prevents irritation while tightly securing these shorts with its drawstring tie. Other run-friendly features include one-inch side scoops, a reflective logo, as well as a zippered rear pocket with key loop.
- Bluesign-approved fabric
- Four-way stretch body with DWR finish
- Brief-style liner with Polygiene odor control
- Flat-knit waistband with drawstring tie
- Zippered rear pocket with elastic key loop
- One-inch side scoops
- Reflective logo
- Item #PAT015O
- Q & A
My favorite running short
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
These are the perfect length! My booty is covered but the short isn't too long either. I wear between a size 4 - 6 and tried on the size small in the store. It fit but was in the smaller side, so I ordered a medium instead. I like my running shorts to have some room to bust a move. It is perfect! I want more!!!
Not for me
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
These shorts are too low rise for me to run in. If shorts don't come up over my hip bones, they are not going to stay on when I start running! I guess they'd be ok for casual wear, but I needed running shorts. I ended up with Marmot Circuit shorts, which worked much better for me.