Women's Summit Shorts

Women's Summit Shorts

The go-to MTB short for daily riding and all-day epics

SKU #19212202H8B6
$45.50 $130.00
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$45.50 $130.00
$97.50 $130.00
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Description

It doesn’t matter if you’re heading out for an after work hot lap or gearing up for an all-day epic; the Women’s Summit Short is the right choice for every trail. These premium shorts feature an ultra-comfortable liner with our new Women’s Levitate chamois, and a tailored fit that works with your favorite knee guards. Perforated panels on the inside of the legs keep the Summit feeling airy, while dual Trail Access pockets keep the day’s essentials close at hand, yet out of the way, so they don’t interfere with pedaling. Chances are this short will become your go-to.

Features
  • Pedal to Zero™: Going by bike 24mi / 38km offsets the climate impact of this garment
  • Constructed from lightweight, fast-drying polyester fabric made from recycled materials
  • Adjustable waist closure for easy on-the-fly adjustments
  • Includes new premium Women’s Levitate™ chamois pad
  • Two zippered Trail Access side pockets shift contents to back of leg for pedaling comfort
  • Compatible with most knee protection
  • Standard fit
  • 12.5” inseam
Fabric

Main Body: 86% recycled polyester, 14% elastane Pockets: 100% recycled polyester Liner: 77% recycled polyester, 14% elastane, 9% polyester

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Technology
Chamois
Sport: MTB
Fit: Standard Fit
Pedal To Zero: 23.94 miles
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Pedal to Zero

Pedal to Zero

Pedal to Zero

We calculated the Pedal to Zero number using the EPA’s estimate that a typical passenger car produces 404 grams of CO2 per mile. For example, our Rove Short creates the equivalent of 9.8kg of CO2*. Therefore, if you ride 24 miles instead of driving, you’ve zeroed out the emissions impact of the Rove Short. This knowledge can inspire us to change our behavior. *This information was calculated by PEARL iZUMi using the Higg Product Module 2.0 at Higg.org. It includes cradle-to-gate impacts only.