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Mavic Echappée Cycling Knickers (For Women)

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Overview

About Mavic Echappée Cycling Knickers (For Women)

Closeouts. Designed for a more comfortable, not-so-tight fit, these Mavic Echappée cycling knickers still allow full range of motion in the saddle. The shell is a stretchy, super-breathable woven fabric, and the stretch-knit liner shorts have a built-in foam chamois for cushioning. A hidden-zip pocket at the hip secures your essentials.

Specs

Specs about Mavic Echappée Cycling Knickers (For Women)

  • Inseam: 18" (based on size L)
  • Leg opening: 13"
  • Lining: 89% polyester, 11% elastane (inner shorts)
  • Fabric: 88% polyester, 12% elastane
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry low heat
  • Made in Indonesia
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About Mavic

Mavic is a French manufacturer of cutting edge cycling wheel sets, rims, cycling components and bike computers. With its roots dating back to 1889, Mavic has been involved in the competitive cycling industry nearly since its inception. In the early 1930s, Mavic was one of the first companies to design and manufacture a dished aluminum bike rim, which would quickly become the standard over antiquated steel rims. Today, with over one hundred years of experience in the cycling industry, Mavic continues to produce groundbreaking wheel, rim, spoke and hub designs that push the boundaries of performance. The Mavic company has always had the steep, winding roads of the French Alps at its heart. This is where Mavic tests products like its Ksyrium road wheels and Crossmax MTB wheels; Mavic wheel sets are seen on these same roads every year during the Tour de France.