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Mission Short - Slate

33 reviews
    • Our mission shorts feature a versatile style and a slim fit, ready for any adventure. Pair them with a tech shirt for a day full of adventure or dress it up with your button-down shirt. These shorts are perfect for traveling the country, shreddy dirt sessions or obligatory Sunday yard work. Stash your valuables in the rear zippered pocket and get lost. Sewn right here in the SF Bay Area. You could wear it on your bike, Ornot. 

    • Our shorts are designed to be fitted and run slightly on the small size. If you have questions about sizing send us an email.

    • Designed and sewn in San Francisco. 

      + Full panel gusset.

      + 8 "inseam.

      + 4 way stretch 94% Nylon / 4% Elastane fabric for durability and mobility.

      + Rear zipper pocket.  

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4.9 Based on 33 Reviews
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    01/19/2020
    Aaron
    United States United States

    Stylish Functional Shorts

    These shorts fit great and have all the mobility required to bike in them. Even for my slender build they look and feel great!

    AK
    01/11/2020
    Andrew K.
    United States United States

    Wore them all week

    Got them, tried them on, never took them off. Would love ~10 more colors to add to the wardrobe!

    JP
    01/10/2020
    Jeffrey P.
    United States United States

    Best Shorts. Period.

    Fit is beyond dialed. I’m 6ft, 175 lbs. 31 was consisted to size and spot on. They are super fitted, without feeling tight and move great on and off the bike. Fabric is cool in that it looks like Carhartt canvas, but it’s stretchy and smart/synthetic so it’s light and moves moisture. My only wish... MAKE MORE COLORS BEFORE SUMMER!!!!

    We could send you email, Ornot