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Lycra Shorts

Product Code: 105390-XS
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Description

Rooster Lycra Shorts are a higher density than traditional cycling shorts and are designed to be worn over the top of Neoprene.

The shorts are designed to prevent abrasive decks from damaging the surface of Neoprene and to provide just the right amount of grip on the deck to allow the user to move easily without unintentional sliding, they are very popular in many classes but especially so in the Laser class.

The Lycra shorts also feature a neoprene waist and leg band to keep them in position.

Please note that this product has been replaced by our Wear Protection Shorts - see related items.

Laundry instructions

We recommend hand washing in warm soapy water and allowing to air dry.

Features
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  • Discounted when purchased with Hikers

  • Ideal layer for protecting Hikers and wetsuits

  • Provides the perfect amount of grip for stable hiking with the ability to move around the boat freely

  • Neoprene waist and leg bands to maintain position

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  • Ieuan Reed, Marks Tey, 03 May 2015
    the sizing on these are incorrect and come up larger, pick one a size smaller than what you think you need and then give them a few good washes before using to remove any production treatments, the fabric is very slippery when new and wet and needs to roughen up a bit or you,ll slide off when hiking.
  • sandy day, Glasgow, 25 August 2012
    I wear these with the shin-tech long-john with hiking pads on a laser. The long john is pretty stretchy so the hiking pads move around a bit; the shorts definitely help prevent that. They also help keep the top edges of the pads from catching on cleats etc and generally make the combination more comfortable. Only downside is that I find they continually slip down when you are hiking, so you have to keep pulling them up (usually on the downwind legs!). Would be better if they had shoulder straps or some other means of stopping them slipping.
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