Why We Like The Trail Short
Specialized's Trail Shorts host everything we need to enjoy our post-work session in comfort. They're designed with VaporRize, stretchy fabric that's lightweight enough to make us forget what we're wearing, and we like the side waist adjustment tabs that ensure we find our perfect fit. Deflect UV 50+ protects against harmful rays, and one zippered pocket provides secure space for essentials.
- Go-to shorts for tackling trails with ease
- Side waist adjustment tabs for a dialed-in fit
- Deflect UV 50+ protects against harmful rays
- 11.5in inseam falls around the knee for a roomy fit
- VaporRize woven fabrics are durable and stretchy
- One zippered pocket and a hand pocket for secure storage
- Item #SCQ00HS
- 100% polyester
- 2 front, 1 zippered back
- adjustable tabs
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
- enduro, trail
3 based on 2 ratings
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June 5, 2021
Runs -super- small
- I returned this product before using it
Insanely disappointed in the sizing of these shorts. If you have hips or any curved at all, don’t bother. The “fly” has no closure (velcro zipper etc) and is very short (maybe 1.5” tops) and is closed via the button. This short fly leaves no room to get these shorts on over curvy figures. For reference, usually wear XL or L in backcountry, fox, ornot and 7mesh cycling bibs and baggies. A friend tried them on as well, who is significantly less curvy but tall and wears an XL in some brands; They were too tight for her too. Do better, Specialized! You’re part of the problem of exclusion in the industry. The pro of these shorts is the color is beautiful and the fabric was nice and light. Bottom line- save your money or support a brand that’s interested in including -all- body types in the sport.
Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com
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