R5 2in1 Short
Carry yourself through long trail runs or short gym sessions alike with the Gore R5 2in1 Short. Built as a high performance short for running and training, this short includes a built in liner underneath to provide muscle support and mobility without sacrificing comfort. The zip pocket on the back holds any essentials needed during workouts and the reflective logo increases visibility during dusk or early morning runs.
- Running shorts that offer lightweight comfort and muscle support
- Quick-drying and breathable fabric offers a free feel as you run
- Supportive inner tights provide effective blood flow to your muscles
- Optimized seam placement and stretch construction increase mobility
- Reflective details keep you visible in low-light conditions
- Rear zippered pocket holds cars, keys, and gels
- Item #GWRG01J
- [face fabric] 86% polyester, 14% elastane, [insert] 100% polyester, [liner] 85% nylon, 15% elastane
- 1 zippered rear
- Claimed Weight
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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October 30, 2021
Good all around shorts
- I've used it several times
This review compares the Gore R5 2in1 short to the Gore R7 and Salomon Agile. I chose the Gore R5 because it balanced compression, comfort, and convenience for a range of activities including running, trail run/hike, yoga, and strength/crossfit workouts. It is a good value (especially on sale). In comparison the Gore R7 was lighter/thinner and had higher quality "finish" (e.g., zippers, ties, pockets, seams). The R7 material and stitching was so much thinner that I worried about durability. Also, the fit of the R7 was slimmer than the same size R5. Lastly, the description for this product says "2 side pockets" but these are really pouches along the waistband - good for gels but not much more. The Salomon Agile had a 'baggier' cut than either Gore product.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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