Designed and refined for the core trail runner who loves to go long, the Strider Pro Shorts are breathable and flash-drying with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. The Strider shorts are even lighter than their predecessor.
They do run slightly small so you may want to consider sizing up.
Our most technical running shorts. Fast drying, light and built for long missions when utility is critical.
The new Strider Pro Shorts were built for our hard day, mile logging, endurance athletes. They were crafted side by side with our trail ambassadors in order to build the ultimate running shorts that can hold up during those 90-plus mile weeks off the beaten path. These shorts have been deconstructed down to the bare bones, and reconstructed to focus on the necessities of our long-distance runners.
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Patagonia's Strider Pro Shorts 5" are a lightweight, super airy short made to perform under high intensity. The material is super breathable, high wicking and fast drying, making them awesome for gym sessions, trail runs or simply wearing in hotter weather. With a nice split up the side, good venting and an in-built super-light brief, these shorts are supremely breathable.
These shorts have extra features compared to the longer Strider shorts. A single zip pocket on the rear of the waistband made with super stretchy material and a fabric key loop inside is all most people need for most runs but these give you a lot more options. With four more stretch pockets around the waist you can take all the gels, snacks and extras like your phone, with ease however, this can lead to you overloading the shorts which does nothing for comfort on long runs. The elasticated waistband has a durable draw cord for extra adjustability.
As you would expect from Patagonia the Strider shorts are made from recycled material wherever possible (100% on the body).
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear
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