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Intuit Women's Athletic Short Shorts

$34.00

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Going for a run? Fancy a swim? Perhaps both? Well, here's just the product for you! These athletic women's short shorts are so comfy and made from such a versatile fabric that you won't feel out of place at any sports event. And, of course, they have pockets. Need we say more? Grab a pair now!

• 96% polyester, 4% elastane (fabric composition may vary by 2%)
• Fabric weight: 4.7 oz/yd² (160 g/m²) (weight may vary by 5%)
• Four-way stretch water-repellent microfiber fabric
• Elastic waistband with a flat white drawstring
• Mesh side pockets
• 2.5″ (6.35 cm) inseam
• Blank product components in Mexico sourced from China and Mexico
• Blank product components in the EU sourced from China and Lithuania

This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!

Size guide

  WAIST HIPS
XS (inches) 25 ¼ 35 ⅜
S (inches) 26 ¾ 37
M (inches) 28 ⅜ 38 ⅝
L (inches) 31 ½ 41 ¾
XL (inches) 34 ⅝ 44 ⅞
2XL (inches) 37 ¾ 48
3XL (inches) 41 51 ⅛
  WAIST HIPS
XS (cm) 64 90
S (cm) 68 94
M (cm) 72 98
L (cm) 80 106
XL (cm) 88 114
2XL (cm) 96 122
3XL (cm) 104 130
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