Gore Running Wear X-Running 2.0 Short

Priced: $55.97 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Gore Running Wear X-Running 2.0 Short
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Because there's no such thing as a 'quick run' to you, there's the GORE RUNNING WEAR Men's X-Running 2.0 Short. The two-in-one design features a compression inner short and lightweight, relaxed-fit outer short that help you get the performance you need with the look you want.


  • Adjustable waistband utilizes a flat cord to eliminate the 'knot-bulge' caused by rope-style cords

Weather and Wind:

  • Fixed inner compression short features a minimal seam design to reduce discomfort


  • Relaxed outer short offers a traditional look and features gel- and key-specific pockets
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Gore Running Wear X-Running 2.0 Short Review:


I'm not totally sure whether I like these shorts, still. I've been wearing them for a few months now, and, while they haven't given me any negative feedback in terms of discomfort or chafing, they just feel...odd. These are usually the second pair of shorts I reach for; my Patagonia Nine Trails are the first. I do really like the centered back packet right below the waist band. If I could graft that onto the Nine Trails. they'd be the perfect shorts. The overall fit of these shorts is just a little strange. I have larger legs for a runner (being primarily a cyclist), so that may be part of the reason, but it doesn't seem like there's enough of a difference between the size of the inner and outer shorts to make sense. I'm also not in love with the drawstring.

Brian Bernard at Backcountry.com on 01/16/2013