Troy Lee Wmns Skyline Short Moka/Corsair XL


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Troy Lee Wmns Skyline Short Moka/Corsair XL
Troy Lee Wmns Skyline Short Moka/Corsair XL
Troy Lee Wmns Skyline Short Moka/Corsair XL

Don't let yourself be held back by uncomfortable, restrictive shorts on the trail, don the Troy Lee Skyline Short for Women and open up to limitless possibilities. These stretchy and tough shorts are designed for balsting berms, railing into sharp switchbacks, and weaving through trees with serious prowess. They're crafted from nylon and spandex to move with you on the bike, and hold up to rogue tree branches, or OTB crashes. Unlike last year's model, the new Skyline is a bit more subdued, skipping the bold black gusseted crotch for a more streamlined fit that passes at the pub when you wrap up your ride for the day. You'll find pockets galore on the new Skyline, with two drop in hand, two zippered stash, and one secret zippered pocket, letting you load up with gummy bears and beef jerky when you need fast sustenance on the trail.

Rally berms, chase down epic stretches of loam, and show the guys how it's done in the Troy Lee Designs' Skyline Women's Shorts. A far cry from the shrink-and-pinked, lesser quality apparel so commonly found in the industry, the Skyline shorts are built to keep up with the hard-charging paces that badass female trail riders will put them through. They're rugged enough to handle snags, slides, and week-long riding trips without wearing out, while at the same time offering the stretchy breathability needed to stay comfortable and move freely whether you're crushing the climbs or dropping your post and settling back for a wild descent.

  • Durable trail shorts for rallying berms
  • Stretchy fabric moves with you and dries quickly
  • Ample pockets offer a spot for every snack or gadget
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop waist cinches down the perfect fit
  • New improved cut for better movement and comfort on the bike