Vibrancy Women's Mid-Rise Shorts

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  • Regular price $45.49
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About The Art

Vibrancy

Setting your vibrance apart from others.

Product Details

With a comfortable waistband that lies flat against your skin, our sleek and stylish Women's Mid-Rise Bike Shorts are for more than just cycling. Handmade with exquisite stitching for optimal range of movement to perfectly flatter your figure.

  • Smooth, breathable fabric
  • Wicks away moisture
  • Comfortable waistband
  • Printed, cut, and handmade

Size & Fit

  • Fitted, four-way stretch
  • Sits just below waist
  • Inseam, size Small: 10.5"
  • Measurements vary, +/- 0.5" per size
  • Model is 5'11 wearing size XS


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