Troy Lee Designs Ace Short - Men's
Troy Lee Designs Ace Short - Men's:
Serious hot weather calls for gear made for serious hot weather. More than just your garden variety, run of the mill shorts, Troy Lee Designs Ace Shorts are made to tackle the hottest of hot days without burning you up. Ace Shorts are generously ventilated, which means you'll be basking in gentle, cooling breezes as you hammer through techy singletrack in the blistering July heat.
Ace shorts are made for the dog days of summer. Welded intake and exit vents at the crotch keep air flowing, and additional thigh-and crotch-ventilation zippers are standing by to increase the airflow at a moment's notice. The chamois pulls moisture away from your skin to keep
you dry and cool while offering some protection. Anyone who has
spent three or four hours in the saddle knows the importance of both of
these functions. Just as important, however, is the fact that the liner
is removable. This means you can take off the liner and go straight to
work, the pub, or wherever you need to go without having to wear your
sweaty chamois. You can also wear Ace shorts as everyday casual
shorts until it's time to ride and then quick-change–padded riding shorts.
The main body of Ace Shorts is made with two-way stretch lightweight breathable polyester, so you won't ever feel it bind as you contort in mid-air. A large stretch panel at the back gives you even more freedom of movement. The fabric lets your skin breathe to regulate its temperature while it wicks moisture away. Pockets are located on the sides of the legs so you can't feel the contents while you pedal. At the waist there are tabs that allow you to adjust the waistband for a perfect custom fit.
Troy Lee Designs Ace Shorts are available in even sizes from 30 to 38. They come in Black, Green, or Red.
- polyester, spandex
- Removable Chamois:
- crotch, thigh
- 2 thigh
- Recommended Use:
- mountain biking
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 year
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- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.