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Ventura Plaid Short
Club Ride Apparel makes a case for plaid belonging on the trail with its versatile Ventura Plaid Shorts. Cut with an 11in inseam, the Ventura will protect your legs whether you're sneaking in a quick ride on your favorite trail or spending the day riding lifts. Club Ride uses its stretchy, quick-drying double-weave fabric to construct the shorts, treating it with a water-repellent coating to keep you dry and paying careful attention to waist construction.
Extending the back of the waist higher than the front effectively prevents annoying gaps while you're stretched out over the bars, while Club Ride's inner adjustment system allows you to further fine-tune the waistband's fit to make sure it stays secure. You'll have plenty of space to store ride essentials in the Ventura's dual pockets, and zippers help ensure you don't leave anything behind on the trail. The shorts are finished with reflective accents that make sure you stay visible in case you find yourself crossing onto the roads on your way back from the trails.
- Mountain bike shorts for riding variable terrain
- Double-weave fabric is stretchy and fast-drying
- DWR treatment sheds splashes and light precipitation
- 11-inch inseam leaves room for knee pads
- Inner adjustment customizes the fit of the waistband
- Reflective accents maximize low-light visibility
- Item #CLB004H
- 95% polyester, 5% spandex
- 2 zippered hand
- adjustable inner tabs
- Ridelight accents
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
May 16, 2020
Great for Biking AND Hiking
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 5"
- 140 lbs
Lightweight, stretch fabric that's really comfortable to ride in. I wear them with the Club Ride Drift Short liner (size medium). And when I'm not riding, they easily work as hiking, or hang out shorts (without the liner, of course). First time buying this brand and I also own their Joanie Capri. Very happy.
May 1, 2020
Is there a chamois?