GoRuck Challenge Shorts

Aug 28, 2017

Category: Style

When the going gets tough and the time comes to get your hands dirty, GoRuck has released a pair of work shorts outfitted to help you get the job done right. That’s because they dry lightning fast, boast streamlined cargo pockets, and easy clean back pockets. Can’t go wrong there.

Dubbed the GoRuck Challenge Shorts, each pair boasts a ToughDry fabric – the same material used in their Simple shorts and pants line. Additionally, each pair of shorts are abrasion resistant, feature a two-way stretch composition, and horizontal front pockets to prevent your everyday carry items from falling out. And just like all GoRuck gear, they’re made right here in the USA and come with a 6-month guarantee. From the rear welt pockets, a diamond gusset, and a curved waistband for a better fit, the Challenge Shorts are here to complement just about any active outdoor lifestyle. Available now.

Purchase: $120

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