There's a reason you're riding fifteen miles into the wild on a skinny dirt trail, and it's most likely to get away from annoying distractions of modern civilization. Helping you find your happy place without disturbance, the Giro Men's Arc Short opts for a clean, no-nonsense design that's purely focused on unencumbered comfort instead of flashy graphics and gimmicks.
Lightweight, tear-resistant ripstop fabric withstands the rigors of daily jaunts in the hills and rolling forests outside of town. Best of all, it's completely silent, so you can tune-out to the sound of birds chirping and tires rolling over trail impediments. For greater comfort on rainy rides and dewy mornings, the DWR finish repels outside moisture and flinging dirt from soaking through and staining this short.
- Plot your trail escape in no-nonsense comfort
- Slides over your padded liner short (not included)
- Lightweight, durable, silent ripstop fabric
- DWR finish repels light rain and flinging dirt
- Adjustable waist tabs for a fine-tuned fit
- Zippered pocket holds snacks and accessories
- UPF 50+ ensures protection from harsh UV rays
- Item #GIRZ324
- Responsible Collection
- Bluesign Approved
- 100% polyester, DWR coating
- 2 hand, 1 zippered
- UPF Rating
- Claimed Weight
- [size 34] 7.2oz (204g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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June 3, 2020
Nice, basic short
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Nice, basic short that can be used for riding or casual wearing. Belt loops are a plus as velcro adjusters just don't help with keeping shorts in place. Very thin/light weight material will be great during hot weather but prolly won't last if I take a digger or two (I try to stay upright as much as possible). Nice color, good fit (slim not baggy).
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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