Made with Nike Dry wick-away material to keep you cool and comfortable. Inseam length is 3 inches and won't ride up during running. Convenient waterproof zip pocket is located at the rear waistband. Available in nearly two dozen colors.
Some reports that the sizing is a bit off, and it's recommended to size up.
Wide waistband is comfortable during activity, especially bending for weight training. Material has a good amount of give and dries quickly. Snug fit means these shorts won't shift, ride up, or chafe. Popular pick for team training gear with its extensive color assortment.
The waistband was a bit wide for many wearers, and there's no way to tighten it.
Designed with Nike Pro fabric to hug curves and flex in the right places. Waistband is mid-rise and doesn't dig into hips. With a 5-inch inseam, it's the ideal length to accommodate most wearers. Washes well and dries quickly. Popular for hiking or travel wear.
Waistband flips over during squats, which wearers found distracting and uncomfortable.
Lightweight, Dri-Fit fabric keeps sweat at bay. Designed with chafe-free flat-lock seams, making them ideal for those with sensitive skin. On the thinner side, so they're popular for layering. Fit is true to size and shorts don't stretch out like other polyester/spandex blends.
Occasional issues with the waistband seams popping and pulling away from the shorts.
Offers a decent amount of support and compression without being uncomfortable or restrictive. Breathable design features mesh panels for additional ventilation. Two-way waistband can be worn up to reveal the logo or rolled down for a low-cut fit.
Shorts run small, but sizing up means they might be a bit too loose to be effective at compression.
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