18% Spandex. The crotch pad is integrated.
👤I bought the 4600's a week before buying the 5605's. The 4600's are very protective but don't have a built in chamois. They went back. I decided to try the 5605's because they have a padded chamois, but I am very disappointed that the thigh and hip padding is useless. I put them on and poked my finger on my hip, and it felt like I was not wearing anything. I can't imagine hitting the ground like that. biking My search for mtb pants that are comfortable, protective, and have a chamois will continue. These pants have a rating of 2 out of 3.
👤Not the most comfortable shorts I've ever had, but I feel more protected with just non padded shorts. I can hear stitching popping when I put them on and pull them up. I think the stitching holds the padding to the shorts. We will see how they hold up. The waist band is not comfortable. I'll wear them until they're no more than that.
👤Troy Lees LPS 5605 was the most comfortable and the best protection I could get. The padding is minimal, I wish it had more padding for the hard falls. It is adequate for the riding I do and is better than a pair of shorts. I can't confirm on the protection because I haven't crashed since purchasing these. Knock on wood. I will update the review if I do. These shorts are a great buy.
👤It is compression shorts with no padding and thicker fabric on the sides. If you crash in slow speeds, it might protect you from simple bruising, but it won't do much else.
👤The padding in these shorts is very soft and thin, which would not provide any protection for mountain biking. The Troy Lee 7605 shorts are my go-to for mountain biking because of their substantial padding for the hips.
👤It's a foam liner. The foam is not dense. It wouldn't protect you from stones or rocks, but it might blunt the impact of a flat surface or gravel. It was comfortable. Would not double as a liner. I've been mountain biking for 12 hours on these shorts.
👤An older model is depicted. The current model does not have inner padding. I docked a star for the wrong information. I wanted the older model. The padding is very thin. Other models have too much padding, so I chose this version.
5 inch inseam with 4 panels of comfort fit. The construction is flat seam stitch. 2 inch waist elastic. The leg gripper has a soft touch.
👤I only used these shorts twice, but I love them! It is comfortable to ride in padding that is not excessive in size or thickness. The thigh elastic is not too tight and does not pull on my hairy legs, but shorts do not ride up at all. It seems like it's fine. The Medium size fits me perfectly, I'm 31-32" waist, 6'0" and weigh 175 pounds. I would recommend these to anyone looking for a cheap pair of shorts. You will like them. Right now, I'm about to buy another pair.
👤Me is 5'9" and has a 30" waist. The proportions were ordered and the fit was perfect. There is a Here's the deal with these. You're going to have a bad time if you expect these to be "century-day" padding or "all-day epic" comfy. I don't think Canari intended that, and they won't work for that. These liners are great for anyone who wants to add padding to baggies or turn street clothes into riding clothes. Thanks to the small padding, they fit well, are comfortable, and don't make you look bad. These are my go-to's for weekly 1-2 hour night rides, and did great for a "Tour-de-Brew" thing I did with friends recently where we rode our mountain bikes from brewery to brewery using all the trails we could within Phoenix. It lasted about 6 hours, but I was comfortable both riding and chilling, and didn't have to stay in a kit all day. There is a I'd be looking to get into some quality lycra if it was more than 3 hours. I was getting saddle sore in the last 30-40 minutes after wearing these for three hours. I'll probably buy a second one because they're always in the laundry hamper and I wear them frequently.
👤It's great in the hot weather in So Cal. I ride every day and just dry them out. I don't wash them often, they go in the wash with the elastic sport stuff once a week, and air dry. There is no dryer. I have a small hole in my last pair, which lasted a year like that. The pad is just right for my sit-bones, but it's like saddles, "your individual butt may vary." An excellent product. I have a 39" waist and the XL fit me perfectly. Can you wear them all day? If you take them off immediately after rides, you run the risk of jungle. They don't "breathe" very much.
The material is 84% nylon, 16% spandex. The gel pad absorbs road shock and provides extra comfort. Flat seam construction reduces irritation. The elastic on the cuffs keeps the shorts from riding up the leg.
👤Excellent quality for the price. I was shopping for sporting goods and bicycles. Most stores will charge the same amount. I agree with the other reviewer that the pad is a bit thick, but it doesn't affect riding. It will feel weird when you walk around.
👤Good construction. The pad is a little bit thicker than I like. It's a personal thing. Some people might like it more than I do.
The men's cycling shorts provide the perfect amount of compression and comfort for all of your cycling needs. They listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality. The leg of the shorts has a stay-put fit for greater freedom on the saddle. 3D foam chamois pads provide superior comfort for long rides. The shorts were designed with minimal seaming.
👤I like these shorts a lot. The shorts were good quality, good price, and had no issues with them. The fit provides a decent amount of compression without limiting movement. The inseam is shorter than most other bike shorts. Love, love that. There is a The down side... These shorts are warm. It's a heavier blend. I ride mostly in Hawaii and the desert. I notice the difference. It's still a comfortable ride and most people won't even notice it in their home climate. They are short in the waist. I wish they would come further up the back. Again, not a dealbreaker, but I don't like the idea of my jersey being over the shorts in the back. If it weren't for these two things, I wouldn't give it 5 stars. I now have three of these shorts. They are in rotation and I like them a lot.
👤If you want a basic pair of cycle shorts for spin class or just getting into cycling, these are the ones for you. They are superior to entry level Izumis at a fraction of the cost. If you want a killer pair of shorts and want to drop $150, then buy somePearl Izumis. Their high-end offerings are excellent. The cheaper shorts trade on the name. If you want to spend less than $100 on cycle shorts, buy them all day long. Line dry cycle shorts as they are washed frequently. Don't be that guy who doesn't wash his gear. You smell worse than you think. Don't do it.
👤I took a chance on these shorts because of the price, but I regret it. I wear an XL in most brands of cycling shorts. The shorts are too short in the legs and too loose in the torso. The shorts would fit on a person with a 36-38" waist. I was not happy with the quality. The cheap strip inside the legs doesn't prevent the shorts from riding up. The shorts are not comfortable on the bike because of the stiff padding. Black Bibs or Baleaf are good brands for a good economical cycling short.
👤These are ok. The comfort is ok for a padded bike short and the first time through the wash, a good number of the leg grips came off and reattached to our other clothes. These shorts are going back because of those reasons. I have had a lot of luck with the items from Amazon.
The fabric is made of nylon and 18%. The Spandex is MT. Pro. The nylon-spandex blend is durable and absorbent. The design has a flatseam construction for a sleek fit. There is a tall comfort waistband for added support in the ride position. The XRT band has a stay-put option. The G2 Pad has strategically placed gel inserts that diminish road shock and abrasion.
The material is nylon, spandex and lycra. Reducing the sweat produced sour riding is important for your health. The Jersey shorts don't stick to your skin when riding and make you feel more comfortable. Coolmax Pad is comfortable and Breathable. Please Cool iron, do not brush or bleach, wash with room temperature water. Put in a wash pocket when washing.
👤I ordered this jersey because I love the style and it's large, but I won't be ordering again because it's the 3rd time I've ordered it. That's it.
👤The front part of the shorts is too high, which makes this bib almost perfect. It is difficult to use the rest room when almost comes up to my chest. There is a lot of material there. I don't think it's necessary.
👤It gets washed about twice a week, and it hasn't fallen apart in the wash. Butt padding does the job, even though it isn't as thick as others. I should order at least one more pair of cycling shorts.
👤My husband is an avid bicyclist, these short bibs are perfect, I had to order a bigger fit.
👤I have never worn cycling shorts before. I ordered a bigger size up from what I normally wear. The colors are bright. I would recommend this and buy another one.
👤I got these as part of a Halloween costume and can't comment on the performance. It was odd that they came slightly dirty. The tag was damaged but I always wash it before I wear it.
👤The shorts were too small.
👤I love these shorts, I ordered the wrong size, but they are close enough that they work. I should have ordered a Large at the smallest waist. I love the colour and they might be a little see-through. I liked them so much that I bought the second smaller pair. It has been difficult to find something light colored that is not see-through. 5 stars
👤Rapidité de la livraison, matériel solide. Merveilleux, Merci beaucoup...
👤Buen producto, un poco bromo. So el soporte, pero in general.
The inner short has a multi level pad. There are side slit mesh pockets.
👤I agree with the reviewers that the shorts help the bike. My butt is on fire, these shorts are about a 4 on a scale of 1-10. I need to stop riding for a while. "OK, but still sore after a 20 mile ride, but that's better!" I sit in my comfy office desk chair all day. Key things to look out for are the manufacturer's size and length. 1. You will need to buy a longer drawstring if you buy the larger size. The waist is about 44 inches and the neck is 48 inches. I couldn't tie it. The waist band is so short that I had to remove the drawstring from it. This needs to be fixed by the company. I would have given them 5 stars if they had the correct size. 2. You can watch the price on these. The price of the first XXL size went from $34 to $42 and the price of the second size went from $32 to $22. They are $24 when I write this review. It's really strange. It was not a bad experience, but who needs to go through that again? 3. You should buy a bigger size than you think you need. It became apparent that not all manufacturers are the same when looking for a standard waist size chart on the web. The manufacturer is on the small end of the range, so if you normally use the XXL, you will need it. I would assume the same for the other sizes.
👤I work 20 miles a day on my bike. I wanted some cycling shorts that were cost effective, fit well, had a decent quality chamois and were styled as street clothes appropriate for an office environment. I stumbled upon these at a discount price and really like them. I bought two more. After six months, I don't notice any wear on the three pairs that I wear every week. I highly recommend these because they have been perfect for my application.
👤I enjoy cycling and ride 30 miles a week, but I am not a hard core enthusiast. I was looking for a pair of shorts to make the ride more comfortable without making me look like a freshly shaved goober. There is a These are comfortable, don't ride up, and don't make me self-conscious when walking around afterwards. I've been washing them on a gentle cycle and drying them off to be safe. I took the advice of other reviewers and ordered a larger size than I normally wear, and am happy I did.
9% of the material is Polypropylene.
👤The original order was lost by the carrier and I got this as a replacement. It is comfortable and thin. The waist line is high and it rolls up easily on the thighs. There is a Next time I will buy a longer one. It's a plus that it's made in Turkey.
👤A+. Gore items are expensive, but you get what you pay for. So comfortable. I forgot to wear these after I locked up my bike. These are not designed for a 50-mile ride. If you commute to work, are on the bike, or tour around the city, you will be happy with these shorts.
👤I'm kind of a guy. I needed something for my bike. It's like a boxer brief with nice cycling shorts. There is a I will write a follow up if they hold up.
👤I couldn't even try on it. I had to go back.
👤The bike shorts fit well. I have a 36 inch waist and bought 3 pairs of XL. Excellent quality product.
👤They are comfortable and fit as they should.
👤These are the best cycling boxers I've ever had. There are no negatives, they are very comfortable, and the pad is well positioned. They do well in hot weather. They aren't designed to be. If you can afford it, you can get cheaper alternatives that are better.
👤Good padding protection for the saddle is offered by the base layer shorts.
👤It is a personal thing. I am in the majority of cases between M and S. M is perfect here. Good for hot days. Both a second one.
👤It was very comfortable as expected.
👤I wore these as shorts on my recent cycling trip across Italy. It worked very well.
The gel pad absorbs road shock and provides extra comfort. Flat Seam construction reduces irritation. The elastic on the cuffs keeps the shorts from riding up the leg.
👤My husband likes them and they fit as expected.
👤I've never owned bike shorts. There were no complaints.
The fabric is made of nylon and spandex. Pro. nylon-spandex blend is made of nylon and spandex. The Blade Gel is a basic short that has a touch of color but doesn't skimp on features. The GEL pad and double banded gripper are very soft. Flatseam construction for a sleek fit is what the design has. There is a tall comfort waistband for added support in the ride position. GEL pads with a gel-fill system spread shock throughout the saddle region. This creates comfort for weekend warriors.
👤Nice shorts. The shorts are shorter in the leg than the shorts I have been wearing, so I have a funny looking strip on my legs where the sun is hitting skin that hasn't seen it for a while. These seem smaller than the ones I have been wearing for a couple of years, even though they are sold as having a tall waistband. The gel padding is better than the foam padding. I bought 2 pairs and plan to buy more. I bought more of these shorts from Canari and they were really disappointed. Canari has so far refused to do anything to make it right, despite the fact that I bought the same size. Since I washed them, Canari won't accept them for return or exchange even though they are mis-made. I won't buy from a manufacturer if they don't stand behind their product.
👤I commute daily for 30 miles. Over the last year, I have accumulated 5 pairs of these shorts. I can order the larger size that I would normally wear, and I can just throw them into the wash a few times a week, and then into the dryer, without any special care. They shrink over time. They are perfectly comfortable due to buying oversize. Even though they are oversizing when new, there is still enough give in the spandex that they fit comfortably. The gel pad is well-proportioned so it doesn't bunch up in bad places or be thin in others. The only thing that shows wear is the logo, which is a kind of appliqué that eventually has torn off on my oldest pairs of these shorts. The shorts are not a factor for their ease of use.
👤The "gel" padding has completely moved to one side after about 30 rides. There is no padding on one side and no padding on the other side. You can feel the padding is made of felt or foam that is not in place. These are a complete failure. The leg and waist grippers and material are perfect, but the pad was never put in place. I will have to throw them out. There is no way to fix them. It's better to buy a more expensive pair. I ride a road bike for 10 to 20 miles.
👤This is my first pair of shorts that are not just a liner. I have never done the tight cycling shorts before, but I usually wear compression pants when running. I wore these on a 25 mile bike ride and found them to be very comfortable on a hot day. I would expect a compression short to fit like that. There is a I would buy them again if I started riding more often because they are a good buy. I would wear them with shorts.
Polyamide is made of 70% Polyester/ 10% Spandex/ 15% Polyurethane. The lightweight, streamlined stretch mesh short has superbMoisture-wicking capabilities. High impact areas have high absorption and memory foam for padding. unrestricted freedom of movement is offered by the Integrated Noosfera multi-density Chamois seat padding. Silicone printing on thighs keeps protection in place.
👤I have had these for two rides now and I seem to be falling more than I used to. I have had at least 5 falls in these shorts. One of the "s**t dude are you ok" kind, and the rest of the "s**t, we gotta wait for you now" kind. I have a long history of mountain biking and at one point I was very aggressive and rode extreme frequently. I have had some falls. You can weigh my opinion of this product. There is a These are good for trail riding. They protect you from trail rash in crashes. They won't do much for you hitting a hard object with a glancing blow. You won't get hurt, but you could. If you ride hard, pushing your limits often, you may want to consider your terrain and go for something higher end. There are new foams on the market that are very strong and can protect you from impact. You will need to look for the names of the foam materials to make sure they are used in the product. These are a good savings if you aren't riding as described. There is a The material breathes more than spandex bike shorts and they are very comfortable. There is a Hope this helps.
👤I ride my mountain bike on moderately easy Black Diamond trails around the Charlotte area and these bike shorts offer great protection. The extra thigh and side padding doesn't seem to get in the way when I'm pedaling, but it does offer some protection and peace of mind. I have been wearing these a lot this summer and fall. I wore these shorts and no other cover shorts over top, and they breathed well. I put them in the wash and then put them on a rack and let them dry out for another ride. I put on a pair of shorts over top of these because the weather got cooler and I didn't have to wear any restrictions while pedaling, carving a berm, or huckling off the ledge. I don't have any complaints so far. I have the Alpinestar knee pads with me and I'm ready for the 5 foot drops. I'm into my second season with these shorts and they are as good as new. There were no tears, rips, or looseness. Some of the guys are optional and you can take them out if you want. I took the small pad out of my hip belt area. This made pedaling a bit easier, but I do a lot of pedaling and now I have a dropper seat, I might notice that pad more since I sit in a better position on my seat.
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