2023 NRS Women's Lolo Short Closeout

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Color: Gunmetal
Size: 12
Sale price$29.95 Regular price$69.95


Designed to handle the grit and grime of the outdoors, guides, anglers and everyday adventurers love the NRS Women's Lolo Short. These lightweight, rugged shorts are made for hot days on the boat and on the trail.

  • Recycled nylon/spandex blended material creates a lightweight short with optimal stretch for superior performance and comfort.
  • DWR-treated, abrasion-resistant fabric sheds water, dries quickly and withstands the abuse of the outdoors.
  • Zippered fly with waist button for ultimate convenience.
  • Five-pocket design, including a zippered cargo pocket, offers plenty of places to store essentials.
  • 8" inseam.

Fabric: 5.2 oz Recycled 95% nylon/5% spandex blend
Fit: Regular fit
Waistband: Zippered fly with waist button
Women's Rise: Low Rise
  • 2 - Front
  • 2 - Back
  • 1 - Side
Gender Sizing: Women
Style: Shorts
  • 8" inseam

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