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Feel feminine in the Moving Comfort Sprint Tech Skort.  A lightweight outer shell allows for full range of motion and offers modest coverage on your run, while the internal short brief provides additional support. The zipper pocket offers storage for essentials, a gusseted crotch enhances range of motion, and drawcords on the waistband and skirt sides allow for an adjustable fit.


  • Ebony/Black (078)


  • Approx. 4.5" inseam, 12" outseam liner short; approx. 12" outseam outer skirt (size small, unstretched)
  • Back zipper pocket (Approx. 4” zipper, 7”W x 3”H)
  • Wide, mesh-lined elastic waist band with infinity drawcord for an adjustable fit
  • Mesh panels on left side for breathability and contrast
  • Flatlock seamlines to prevent chafing 
  • Gusseted crotch for enhanced range of motion
  • Lightweight stretch outer shell fabric with side drawcords for an adjustable length and additional breathability
  • Stretchy inner short liner for coverage on the run


  • Main Body, DriLayer Eco Stretch (86% Polyester/14% Spandex), a lightweight, stretchy synthetic fabric that moves with you
  • Inner Short, DriLayer (90% Polyester/10% Spandex), a highly stretchy synthetic fabric that allows for full range of motion

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Compression
  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick

Customer Reviews

Comments: I really like this skirt, with the exception of one (albeit, critical) thing - the cotton crotch in the boyshorts is positioned incorrectly? I guess that would be the way to say it? At the risk of TMI, let's just say I had to buy a pair of wicking undies to wear with this skirt to protect my ladybits. I have worn Brooks skirts and Skirtsports skirts, and never had the "rubbing" issue I had with these. Still love the's cute and great for racing, but I do have to have that extra layer of protection. I run 25 miles/week, and am training for my first marathon.
From: Stacey L. Allen, TX