Oakley Dreaded Shorts

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MSRP : $85.00

Product Description

Pull on the Oakley Dreaded Short, hop on the two-wheeler, and kick up some dirt. A wide waist band with a gripper securely keeps these shorts in place without cutting off circulation, and its wicking, breathable chamois will keep your rear end happy after long after legs have seized up.

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dreaded BB Creak

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