Why We Like the Ranger Rawtec Short
Minimalist and simple. That's the design of the Ranger Rawtec Short. Fox Racing stripped these shorts down to the bare minimum to make for a fully proven short that's dynamic and offers a precise fit. The Ranger Rawtec Short works as one with the rider and is durable enough to be a daily workhorse. Rocket down the trails and pump up the energy because these shorts are relentless.
- Mountain bike shorts that are simple and designed efficiently
- Ratchet closure offers a secure fit and easy adjustments
- Bonded waistband with perforations for breathability
- Bonded hem reduces chafing and TruDri fabrics wick sweat
- TruMotion all-way stretch increases mobility and freedom of movement
- DWR finish sheds moisture and repels debris
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- TruMotion all-way stretch fabric with abrasion-resistant panels, DWR finish (89% nylon, 11% elastane)
- 2 zippered hand pockets
- bonded waistband with race ratchet closure
- perforations on back of waistband
- Recommended Use
- cross-country, enduro, trail
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
May 30, 2021
Near fatal flaw and runs too large
- I returned this product before using it
- Runs large
- Size Bought
- 6` 3"
- 180 lbs
I definitely agree with Keith M. about the lack of fly closure not being very practical, albeit functional. Also this runs too large as I'm on the last ratchet of the waist. Otherwise, superb handiwork, great fit and attention to detail. Almost perfect.
May 28, 2020
Love them, with one critical flaw
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 6` 0"
- 165 lbs
These are skewing towards more premium short options on the market and they deliver. I really like the fit, fabric, and style. Fox dropped the ball though on one thing, there is NO velcro or zipper closure on the fly. With the ratchet closure at your waist, the overlapping materials around the fly, basically move and end up opening up your business to the wind. 3 stars because I'll still wear them, I'm looking at modifying them myself to address this flaw which is fairly dumb when you consider what these cost.