Session Speed Shorts
Designed for speed work in a 3.25" silhouette and high-stretch knit
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Built for Fast
When it’s time to go fast you want shorts that get out of the way. That’s why these 3.25” inseam shorts are deliberately pared back to ensure they feel as light as air. Featuring an exposed elastic waistband and lightweight liner, the Session Speed Shorts deliver comfort and performance in a streamlined silhouette that is made for speed work.
'For a pair of running shorts that don't squeeze your thighs and provide lots of airflow and a super flattering cut, the Tracksmith Session Speed Shorts are the ideal loose-fit run short.'
Featuring a lightweight, exposed elastic waistband that sits snugly at the waist.
The Session Speed Shorts feature a secure zippered hip pocket
for valuables, and an internal liner pocket for storing the fuel you need for your workout.
86% Nylon / 14% Elastane, 110 gsm
Lining Fabric - 89% Polyester / 11% Spandex, 178
Delicate Cycle With Like Colors
Do Not Bleach
Coming in at a not-too-long, not-too-short 3.25” inseam, these shorts are carefully designed for a barely-there feel. From the lightweight, exposed elastic waistband that sits snugly at the waist, to the raw hem on the Polygiene liner. A zippered pocket on the right hip stores keys, credit cards or fuel.
Veloce For Velocity
For our Session Family, we needed a fabric that could combine comfort with durability. We found it in the Veloce Blend: an Italian four-way stretch knit with an extremely soft and silky feel that fits the body like a second skin and follows your every move. It's also UV protective, breathable and highly moisture-wicking. You won't want to take them off.
The Finer Points
A running short is only as good as its liner. No sweat. We used a durable Polygiene® anti-odor, anti-microbial liner that won’t budge no matter how far you go. In Flagstaff, Lyndsay and Amy put the shorts versatility to the test over a shakeout, fartlek and long Sunday run.