Patagonia Dirt Roamer shorts review

Patagonia Dirt Roamer mountain bike riding shorts

It’s hard to fault Patagonia’s company ethos, which promotes fair labour practices that include safe working conditions and environmental responsibility across the whole of its supply chain, and aims to use as many recycled materials in the production of its clothes as possible. The Dirt Roamer shorts are no exception, made from a recycled polyester and elastane mix that Patagonia hopes strike a good balance between durability and weight. RockShox 2020 Lyrik Ultimate RC2 first ride review Best mountain bike pedals — 13 of our favourites Santa Cruz Megatower first ride review Buy direct from Patagonia for £90 / $99 Patagonia Dirt Roamer shorts details and features The material mix is biased towards recycled polyester that makes up 87 percent of the shorts' composition. The remaining 13 percent is elastane, giving the garment four-way stretch properties to help it flex around your body’s movements. To top it off, the shorts ...

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