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Shapemaster print High waist Biker Shorts - Grey marble

$30.00

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Get yourself a pair of these high-waisted, flattering biker shorts to experience true comfort and style. The versatile shorts will look stunning with all kinds of outfits—be it active or streetwear!

• 82% polyester, 18% spandex
• Fabric weight: 7.37 oz/yd² (250 g/m²)
• Double-layered waistband with a pocket in the back for a phone and keys
• High-waisted fit
• Butt-lifting cut
• Flattering length that looks good on all body types

Please note: contact with rough surfaces should be avoided since that can pull out the white fibers in the fabric, damaging the shorts.

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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