Zero Rh + Sprinter Shorts

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MSRP : $81.95

Product Description

It may sound counter-intuitive, but the faster you go, the cooler you'll stay when you're wearing the Zero RH+ Men's Sprinter Bib Short. That's because the bib is made from highly ventilating elastic mesh that allows the breeze you generate to circulate against your skin. The lightweight, wicking, and breathable Firedry fabric in the short doesn't hurt, either.

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