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Troy Lee designed the Ace Shorts to provide the freedom of baggies, while maintaining a functional, low-profile shape. After all, just because Lycra doesn’t cut it, it doesn’t mean that you won’t appreciate well-cut shorts that are slim enough to avoid catching on your saddle. The fact that they’re the shorts of choice for so many of the world’s best should only solidify the obvious fact that the Ace Shorts won’t hold you back.
The main body of the Ace is made with four-way stretch, lightweight breathable polyester, so they move with you through your pedal stroke, not to mention those dicey moments that require a little extra body English. A large stretch panel at the back gives you even more freedom of movement. The fabric wicks moisture away from your skin, keeping you dry. The low-profile pockets are located on the sides of the legs so you won’t feel the contents while you pedal. At the waist there are adjustment tabs that provide a perfect custom fit.
Welded intake and exit vents at the crotch keep air flowing, and additional thigh-and crotch-ventilation zippers are standing by to increase the airflow at a moment's notice. The included mesh liner short has a pressure-relieving chamois, which pulls moisture away from your skin to keep you chafe-free.
The Troy Lee Designs Ace Shorts are available in five sizes, from 30 to 38, and in the colors Black and Spek Grey.
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BC Employee and general bada$$ Uncle Vinny demonstrates both proper riding technique and the sleek silhouette of these Troy Lee Shorts.
These shorts run a bit small, size up
Just a mention to those interested in this short. The fit is a slimmer cut and the majority of riders would want to size up from their normal sizing to get the correct fit. IE if I usually wear a 32, I would want to order a 34.