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Through its high breathability it does it also from the outside as from the inside. Its robust material makes the rain shorts impervious and the loose fit does not restrict while pedaling. The high waistband with an adaptable belt takes care of a comfortable fit, the waterproof stretch-segment on the back provides absolute freedom of movement on the trail. The trailscout waterproof is fully equipped with sealed seams and waterproof zippers. The two waterproof pockets offer enough space for the most important things and the area between the legs is enhanced by a seamless, robust material.
Features - Trailscout Waterproof
- Water column 20,000 mm
- Breathability 10,000 mvp
- Waterproof pockets
- Stretching segment
- Robust materials
- Reflective details
Functional and casual
Durable through robust, high-quality materials and brilliant workmanship
Additional to the seven generous air inlets, 10,000 mvp (g/m2/24h) care for a good breathability
Never again worry about dirt between your shorts and jersey. And afterwards just undress and be relatively clean
The reflective lettering on the back cares for visibility in the dark
Just like new
The short is fully machine washable up to 30°C.
High-quality material and sealed seams brace themselves against the wind.
With 10,000 mm water resistance and seald zippers you are prepared for a monsoon!
dirtlej Trailscout MTB Shorts Review
Designer meets engineer: dirtlej was founded by two brave people with a great deal of passion for mountain biking. It all started with the dirtsuits, which originated from a simple but ingenious concept and embody the MTB style like hardly any other piece of clothing. The young, up-and-coming Wittlingen-based company presented a whole series of shorts this season, called trailscout. These outdoor shorts, which are not only suitable for biking but also for hiking, have a lot in store in terms of design and function. The 3 versions cover the most diverse demands and weather conditions. Since Steffi doesn’t do things by halves, she decided to test all variations herself. Read more...To the review