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Yeti Cycles
Antero Short - Men's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$57.00 - $95.00
Up to 40% off


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Why We Like The Yeti Cycles Antero Short

Long days on the trail call for the Yeti Cycles Antero Mountain Bike Short. Yeti made it out of lightweight, woven Toray fabric for a four-way stretch, and the modern trail fit includes a gusseted crotch to ensure freedom of movement. A DWR treatment sheds mud spray and unexpected wet weather right off the fabric's surface.


  • Technical trail short stays comfortable on long mountain bike rides
  • Water-resistant, Toray fabric offers a four-way stretch
  • Modern slim trail fit with gusset to ensure freedom of movement
  • Low-profile webbing waist adjustment dials in a quick-and-easy fit
  • Two open hand pockets and two zippered side pockets
  • Item #YTIR1EC
100% polyester, DWR treatment
slim, gusset
two open hand pockets, side zip security pocket
Claimed Weight
[medium] 6oz
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
trail, all-mountain, enduro

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 6, 2024

Would Get Another Pair if I Could

I've used it several times

I am a slender woman and I love the fit through the hips and room in the waist with the option to adjust with tabs. I use them for pickleball and biking. Sadly, I was not able to buy a second pair in navy (out of stock everywhere) because they are my go to favorites.


Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com