MTB Pants Shelter 3L Hybrid Unisex

For unpredictable weather, sustainable materials

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Bike Pants Shelter 3L Hybrid unisex - 795 cosmic-blue
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The 3L Hybrid Shelter pants are the ultimate blend of outdoor resistance and bike-specific functionality. Extra stretchy and waterproofed 3L material is placed on the most exposed areas, while the whole body is treated with water repellency with 10k/10k water column/breathability. An additional C0 DWR water-repellant coating makes sure you can ride through any condition. Cordura inserts are placed for ultimate abrasion resistance during your rides. The new ratchet closure ensures there are no pressure points in any position.

  • Pre-shaped knees.
  • Elastic waistband insert
  • 2 front thigh pockets with mesh ventilation and inside phone pocket
  • Back rib insert
  • Leg zippers

The combination of stretchy and waterproofed softshell material with 3 layer fabric ensures freedom of movement in all directions as well as breathability and functionality.
Ratchet front closure
FC free C0 DWR finish
Durable water-repellency without harmful chemicals to nature and humans. Unlike conventual treatments, PFC-free DWR needs a little bit more maintenance and has to be refreshed regularly.
Abrasion resistant inserts
Extremely abrasion resistant and robust nylon fabric. True to our Body_Amplied_Technology it contributes to the sturdiness of our bikewear. Making sure your gear can keep up with all your bails, tries and achievements.
Pre-shaped knees
MAIN FABRIC/FACE: 63% Polyester (recycled) 37% thermoplast. Polyurethan BACKING: 100% Polyester (recycled) INSERT: 88% Polyester (recycled) 12% Elastan
  • 63% Recycled Polyester face and 100% recycled PES Backing
  • FC free C0 DWR finish
  • Bluesign certified
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