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Gravity Short - Men's

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$62.37 - $106.95
Up to 40% off


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Why We Like The Gravity Short

Rough riding is a lot more bearable when we embrace it with the Gravity Shorts from DHaRCO. The tough fabric and stretchy design instill a calming sense of confidence since we can easily nimbly maneuver our way uphill and dodge the fast-arriving obstacles of the downhill. Plus, its breathable design features a water-resistant finish to brush off the murky water that'll paint us when hydroplaning rivers and streams.


  • Tough bike shorts for tricky ascents and speedy descents
  • Strong nylon is breathable, quick-wicking, and fast-drying
  • Water-resistant finish helps fend off water from puddles
  • Four-way stretch fabric allows you to move to your fullest
  • Hook-and-loop waist adjustment for a proper-snug fit
  • Special crotch panel won't get caught up on your saddle
  • Two zippered pockets secure your on-trail essentials
  • Item #DHA000P
95% nylon, 5% spandex
[medium] 32
2 zippered hand
enduro, downhill

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

September 21, 2022

High quality

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
5' 10"

Very high quality, with a fabric that seems durable but with a lot of stretch. They fall just below the knee on me, but seem to be okay even with fairly chunky knee pads. However, they are a bit small for a size large (Large is also labeled size 34), and the pockets are useless (there are only 2, one mid-back will only hold your keys, the one in front was unusable for me as it's small and gets crunched while pedaling). I found the Norrona Fjora Flex1 to have just a bit more room to accommodate armor, as well as a bit more flex and usable pockets and vents, so I kept those instead. However the fabric on the Fjoras feels just a tad less burley than the DHaRCOs.

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