Three, two, one...drop!
You'll be glad you're wearing the 100% Men's R-Core DH Short before dropping into wicked downhill courses with intimidating rock gardens, massive jumps, and steep roll-overs. This relaxed-fitting downhill short features rugged construction of 600D polyester for impressive durability when you're thrashing them on a regular basis. Stretch-mesh ventilation and laser-cut perforations rapidly expel built-up perspiration and body heat, meaning you'll feel utterly cool and confident during stressful downhill runs in warm weather.
To maintain a secure fit, the R-Core's adjustable ladder buckle dials it in, so you won't have to worry about these shorts slipping down as you ride. There's a zippered security pocket for storing your riding essentials within quick reach. Additionally, you'll appreciate the rear stretch panel for full mobility when you're getting rowdy on blistering downhill runs.
- Dedicated downhill short with rugged construction
- 600D polyester fabric for durability and lightweight feel
- Rear stretch panel for uncompromising mobility while riding
- Mesh ventilation and laser-cut perforations for active cooling
- Adjustable ladder buckle for a dialed fit without 'em slipping
- Zippered pocket for storing essentials within quick reach
- Item #OHP003G
- Q & A
Solid Pair of DH Shorts
They were a little bit heavier and bulkier than I was expecting. I donât think Iâd ever use them pedaling uphill on the trails. But great dedicated DH shorts.
Comfortable and Durable
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 34
- Height: 5'11"
- Weight: 190lbs
I don't usually wear what I would consider heavier shorts, especially for longer trail rides, but the 100% R-Core shorts have been great. They are pretty light and comfortable for the heavier denier, which add outstanding durability. The perforations on the inside of the legs add some breath-ability to dump excess heat, and the 1 side pocket is just enough to have the ability to fit what you need.
How "stretchy" are these?