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Innak Biking Shorts | By Coldsmoke

Coldsmoke is a LA based brand with a focus on performance clothing, with clear influences from classic military and workwear. Their new Innak Biking Shorts are made with the latest technical materials, capable of dirt and water repellency, and generating a comfortable cooling-effect, essential for long rides. Other features include zippable leg vents, stash pockets, an articulated crotch construction for ease of movement, and ultrasuede waistband facing to prevent chafing caused by repeated movement. Available now in either Black or Nothern Moss.



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