Designed for road work in a 5" silhouette combining lightweight comfort and coverage
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Long Day’s Work
There is a time and place for split shorts. As much as we love a “short-short,” they’re not ideal for days when the work is light or when we’re planning on running to the grocery store on the way home. That’s why we designed the all-new Twilight Shorts, featuring the same light-as-air fabric, Polygiene liner and three pockets as our split shorts, but in a longer and more relaxed silhouette for daily training.
5” Inseam Running Shorts
Polygiene Liner With A Wicking And Anti-Microbial Finish
Three Internal Back Pockets for Fuel
Bravio Blend: 85% Polyester 15% Elastane 115gsm
Liner : Polygiene - 91% Polyester, 9% Spandex, 155gsm
Machine Wash Warm
Delicate Cycle With Like Colors
The pieces in our Twilight Collection are made from an Italian-sourced knit we call the Bravio Blend. So soft and light it feels like it floats away from your body, this four-way stretch fabric is made on special high-gauge knitting equipment that engineers small pointelle holes. The result is a micro-mesh that enhances airflow and dries in a snap.
Line It Up
A running short is only as good as its liner. No sweat. We use a durable Polygiene® anti-odor, anti-microbial liner that won’t budge no matter how far you go. Plus, with three internal pockets for fuel, you're good to go for miles.
Our Twilight Collection is inspired by spring and summer twilight meets: under-the-radar and low-key races perfect for training through or achieving a new standard. Without the added pressure or intensity of a championship, we're free to test our limits: to fail spectacularly or take a few people by surprise. Given the understated spirit of these meets, we wanted to craft pieces that could perform at race speed, with the durability to handle the grind of repeated wear. With minimal trim and logos, these are pieces to inspire subtle confidence.
On the Road
We put the Twilight Shorts to the test over several days in Joshua Tree. From a morning shakeout to the Church of the Long Run and post-run hangout, they delivered, passing the essential test for any running short. 'Did you notice them at all on the run?' We asked. The answer, 'Not a bit.'