Ion Short In-Shorts

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These in-shorts looks like regular, tight boxer shorts but they are, in fact, bike inner shorts with integrated high-performance chamois for more comfort even after hours of riding. The slim profile and high-density foam provide superior comfort and prevent friction. The silicone gripper at the waistband holds your base layer where it belongs. Anti-bacterial treatment helps to prevent stank and dreaded saddle sores from developing.


  • Rekord high-density foam chamois: Rest your butt on this integrated soft cushion and enjoy the ride.
  • Channel Flow Lite: The lightweight sibling of Channel Flow with vertical channels through the fabric for superior moisture transport and great wearing comfort.
  • High recovery stretch fabric: Doesn't lose its shape even after many uses.

Materials: 97% polyester, 3% elastane

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