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Ultra-lightweight, breathable but still extremely durable woven fabric. Material wicks sweat amp; dries really fast. Encased elastic waistband with an internal drawcord. Open hand pockets. Inseam: 8". No liner.

Under Armour Men's Woven Graphic Wordmark Shorts

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