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Gore Men's Flash Running Shorts

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Gore's™ Flash Running Shorts are short without being too short.

• Seams are shifted for comfort and reduced skin irritation.
• Zippered back pocket.
• Elastic waistband has a cord for stability.
     - Waistband width is adjustable.
• Comfort fit.
• Recommended for runners who aren't fans of split shorts.
    - Shorts that aren't too short.
    - Straight leg.
• Reflective logo on the hem for visibility.
• Inseam: 6cm or 2.5 inches.
• 100% Polyester.
• Mesh: 100% Polyester.
• Inner pants: 100% Nylon.
• Imported.


  • 5 star rating (Based on 1 Review)
    100% of Fit Survey Respondents said this item "Feels true to size"

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    By from
    on 10/1/2012
    Feels true to size

    Great looking, great feel and a sexy look



Gore Bike Wear™ uses multiple technologies to create some of the most efficient and comfortable bike gear. With Gore-Tex® fabrics, your bicycle gear is waterproof, windproof and breathable. The Gore Windstopper® fabrics keep you comfortable in spite of the weather. In addition to these new technologies, Gore also uses 15 other types of materials so they can find the perfect combination of materials that will keep cyclists comfortable and ready for the road.

With their selected fabrics, there is Gore bike clothing for compression, thermoregulation, moisture management and cooling and venting. Among there many bike gear products, they carry Gore bike gloves, Gore cycling jerseys, Gore cycling bib shorts, Gore cycling shorts and Gore arm warmers.

As new technology is created and more research is done Gore continues to improve. To help their cycling gear advance, Gore also studies athletes in action. When the athletes are done cycling and running, Gore even interviews them to be as thorough as possible. Gore keeps its focus on what's most important: The athlete.