Asics Split Shorts

Priced: $21.93 - $32.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Asics Split Shorts
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The lightweight ASICS Split shorts provide silky comfort during long training days.



  • Quick-drying featherweight stretch fabric provides breathability, air circulation and moisture management


  • Split outseam enhances fit and extends range of motion
  • Elastic drawcord waist personalizes fit


  • Lightweight liner with key pocket wicks moisture to keep you comfortable


  • Semifitted garment is not too tight and not too loose
  • Reflective highlights improve visibility from any angle
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Fabric:Polyester / polyester blend
Inner liner:Yes
Inseam (in.):3 inches
Liner fabric:90% polyester/10% spandex
Moisture wicking:Yes
Quick drying:Yes
Side cargo pockets:No
Sun-protective fabric:No
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Asics Split Shorts Review:


Quality Short - Not for the Modest

When I run road or trail I like something a bit longer (Asics ARD, TNF Better than Naked series, etc). But for hot yoga and deep woods summer trail running, these fit the bill rather well.

They are comfortable and very lightweight. As such, gels will need to be carried via other means. For hot yoga, they are a great length to not get caught up on your quads during chair or other poses. The side seam does ride high so take caution so your neighbor on the mat next to you doesn't get a eye full.
Kevin K. at REI on 12/12/2013