The highly coveted and anxiously anticipated Southern- Hemi Shorts are back! The only pair of shorts you’ll ever need or want. Bringing back the durable 10oz. 100% Cotton Duct Canvas. So tough it stands alone and breaks in like your leather boot. Designed with crotch gusset (diamond crotch) and extra layer of canvas on rear. Crotch gusset, double layer butt guard and fly shield are lined with Poly/Spandex Max-Dri Wicking Anti- Microbial Performance Spandex for extra comfort. Zipper Fly front and triple stitch seams on center back, side, and crotch seams. No busting this short.
The Southern Hemi is also coming back in 100% Corduroy for the more fashion forward rider. Keeping with the same design details as its Canvas counterpart. The perfect pair of shorts to take from Summer into Autumn.
- 100% Cotton Shell ( 10oz Duct Canvas or Corduroy)
- Poly Spandex Max-Dri Wicking Anti-Microbial Performance Spandex
- Durable 100% Cotton Front Pocket Bags
- 4.5″ Inseam
- Hidden snap back pockets with skull rivets
- Multicolor CRUST embroidery.
Designed by Casa Verde, in collaboration with Crust. MADE IN PERU/NYC/NJ.
I used to ride in Patagonia stand up shorts, but I did not like a couple of things about that short for riding, what I did like is how long they last and how easy to get repaired they are. So with the Stand up short as the foundation of the idea for the Southern- Hemi short, we (Cheech and I.) set about making improvements to my favorite short for riding in.
Long wearing was key, so these things are not some light weight race short, or some horse shit labeled as a commuter short, that blows out in the ass after a couple of hundred miles of pedaling. (I guess by commuting they might have meant train and bus.) The Southern-Hemi are designed to last and be repairable if need be. I dont wear underpants and ride with a brooks saddle, these shorts are perfectly comfortable for long continued days in the saddle. I understand everyone’s body and position on a bike is different, but for me these are perfect and I could not be happier with how they turned out.