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Navaeh 7 Short - Women's

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$56.20 - $79.95
Up to 25% off
Color:Blue Haze


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Why We Like The Navaeh 7 Short

From the rocky spires of Sedona to Oregon's coastal range, the Zoic Women's Navaeh 7in Short dominates trails everywhere from Southwestern plateaus to Pacific Northwest old growth. It's the quintessential trail short in Zoic's line, drawing acclaim with its buttery-soft, flexible fabric. The 7-inch inseam is neither overly baggy, nor is it too short, striking just the right balance between pedaling mobility and optimal coverage on the trail.


  • Functional and stylish ZOIC trail mountain bike short
  • Polyester construction is abrasion resistant while spandex flexes
  • 7in inseam in a stylish and modern cut
  • Regular fit makes it easy to layer a liner underneath
  • Hook-and-loop waistband is easy to adjust
  • Item #ZOIZ17O
86% polyester, 14% spandex
2 front zip
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mountain biking, enduro, trail

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

June 26, 2022

Go to Comfy summer shorts

I've put it through the wringer

I love these shorts and not only wear them for biking, but for EVERYTHING else. You will need to size up, however. I bought a large back in 2019 that was baggy and comfy, and now the large fits like a medium, and had to return for an XL. Size up!

erin R

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com