Off Roads Shorts
2-in-1 running shorts designed for the trail
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Double the Distance
Long days on the trail demand shorts that combine pragmatism with performance. These 2-in-1 shorts feature a quick-drying UV-protective shell with a compressive short underneath. Designed for maximum carrying capacity, they include an adjustable elastic belt that’s exposed at the back for tucking in an extra shirt, plus two waist pockets for fuel and side liner pockets large enough to store your phone.
We cut these shorts with an eye towards mobility and all-day comfort. The shell has a relaxed fit with a dolphin hem, higher mid-rise and 4" inseam. An adjustable belt keeps the waist fitting snug and is exposed at the back to allow for looping a shirt or jacket through.
These shorts feature four pockets: two overlapped pockets on the back waist for fuel, keys or bear spray and two drop-in pockets in the liner for your phone or other essentials. Both ocean and dragonfly shorts feature a blue liner.
71% Polyamide Micro / 29% (Xtra Life LYCRA) Elastane — 155 gsm
Liner — 85% Polyamide Micro / 15% Elastane — 115 gsm
Machine Wash Warm
Do Not Tumble Dry
Do Not Bleach
Knit for More
For the shell, we used an Italian-made stretch knit that’s lightweight, quick-drying, and moisture-wicking. Below the shell is a compression tight liner made from a featherweight warp knit, featuring drop-in side pockets to hold a phone or fuel.
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Head off Roads
We venture Off Roads to explore. While our feet often carry us through the steady, dutiful cadence of training and life, they can also take us along for a glorious ride through nature’s stunning works. Up and away, above the clouds, to the tops of mountains, and through dense and winding forest trails, to places where the works of the world shine brightest.