RailRiders Adventure Clothing has once again delighted their customers with a new product launch. Known worldwide for “making the toughest clothes on the planet,” the apparel company has met the requests and demands of their loyal customers with its VersaTac Short– the ultimate , tough, durable and stylish, these new shorts will be essential for any hot and humid adventure.
“You won’t find better designed shorts anywhere”, says RailRiders president and founder John d’Arbeloff in his office in Belmont, Massachusetts. “Due to our overwhelming success of our Versatac pants in 2008, we have expanded the line to include these shorts in two different weights. These shorts wear like steel and show virtually no wear or tear.'”
RailRiders worked for months with military clothing experts to create the Versatac pants back in 2008, so built into every pair of these shorts are the same features which have made RailRiders a favorite among serious outdoor enthusiasts. The shorts are rugged, lightweight, durable, quick-drying, comfortable, and tricked-out with amazing details like hidden pockets and double-reinforced pockets and seat.
“The Versatac Shorts are currently in our warehouse and ready to ship to any true outdoorsman,” says d’Arbeloff. “I’m convinced that after testing these shorts extensively, once a customer experiences all the benefits of this product and all the well-thought out features, they very well may order one in every color and weight.”
The VersaTac Shorts comes in two weights. The Mid Shorts are heavier and are made with extra-durable 6.6 oz Yukon canvas Weave nylon fabric, weighing a total of 16.0 oz. The light shorts are made with super tough yet lightweight 3 oz Duralite nylon fabric and weigh a total of 11.0 oz.
Founded in 1990, RailRiders has always been at the cutting-edge of technical outdoor apparel for extreme conditions yet ideal for the active lifestyle. Its clothing has been worn by Everest climbers, Amazon jungle doctors and scientific researchers, Appalachian Trail and Pacific Crest thru-hikers, Sahara desert ultra-runners, Mexico canyon explorers, and world-champion adventure racing teams. Many of their stories and interviews are archived in the Adventure Seekers section at RailRiders.com.