Embrace gravity and find your flow in the Dakine Dropout Short. Built for gravity-fueled and enduro riding, the slightly looser fit is cut to overlap the top of your knee pads for a gapless setup. The durable build offers four-way stretch for unrestricted movement on and off the bike. Interior waist adjusters let you dial in the size, while a zip pocket holds your phone and keys.
Dakine Dropout Short Features:
- 235g bluesign® approved stretch woven
- 92% Nylon 8% Spandex
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- 4-way stretch with double-stitch construction
- Front hand pockets and zippered thigh pocket
- Interior waist adjusters
- Double snap waist closure
We design our Dakine mountain biking apparel from our home offices right in the heart of the Hood River wilderness trail system. We’re continually refining the fit and function of our shorts with input from our team of pro riders and daily product testing on the local trails. Only our favorite pieces make the cut.
Founded in Hawaii in 1979 and located at the base of Mt. Hood in Hood River, Oregon, Dakine builds backpacks, travel bags, accessories, outerwear and clothing for people who love to surf, snowboard, skateboard, mountain bike, ski, windsurf, kiteboard and travel. By 2005, Hood River had grown into a legitimate mountain bike destination, and those same friends started to bring a different set of problems into the shop: What’s the best way to load three bikes into a pickup without dinging the down tube? How do I ride down with full-face helmet and pads on, but ride up without sweating to death? Is there a way to carry a chain saw, hammer and set of loppers up a trail on a bike? The answer we found, was yes! We always try to answer those kinds of questions with the same resourcefulness, integrity and craftsmanship that Rob built into that first surf leash. All told, Dakine is responsible for hundreds of product firsts that have helped snowboarders, surfers, kiteboarders, skiers, windsurfers and mountain bikers grab more days on the mountain and in the water. Through every one, our approach has never changed: Build gear we’d be proud to give friends who love being on the mountain and in the water as much as we do.