Baleaf Men’s 3D Padded Cycling Bike Shorts UPF 50+ Blue Size M

March 2, 2018 - Comment

Top Features of the Baleaf Men’s 3D Padded Cycling Shorts – Material: 80% Nylon / 20% Spandex – Specifically designed for long distance rides – High quality fabrics – soft, stretchy, breathable and quick drying – Multiple density 3D Chamois supports Ischium sit bones while cycling – Soft surface of pad reduces irritation by chafing

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(as of April 19, 2020 8:42 pm EST - Details)

Top Features of the Baleaf Men’s 3D Padded Cycling Shorts

– Material: 80% Nylon / 20% Spandex
– Specifically designed for long distance rides
– High quality fabrics – soft, stretchy, breathable and quick drying
– Multiple density 3D Chamois supports Ischium sit bones while cycling
– Soft surface of pad reduces irritation by chafing
– Anatomic design offers unrestricted movement on the bike
– Wide waistband and elastic leg hem for added comfort
– Screaming color option for added visibility

Comments

Ricky says:

***Updated review after 1000 miles*** – – – – – 1000 Mile Updated Review – – – – -I put in over 1000 miles within 5 months of wearing these shorts. I realized that after about 3-4 months of use you really start to feel the soreness from the saddle when you start riding over the 2 hours. I’ve had these for 5 months now and I just started to develop a blister on my sit bone. So it’s time for me to find some new shorts with higher quality chamois padding.Overall, these shorts are not bad, the build quality is pretty…

Ravin' Mad says:

Back in Business! I bought these and a pair of Baleaf Men’s Cool Mesh MTB 3D Padded Cycling Liner shorts to use on my stationary recumbent bike. I had developed a saddle sore, so along with these and a donut, I was back in riding business. Fit: I got the medium. My waist is 33″ and my mid thigh (where the elastic in the legs should ride) is 18″. Both these and the Baleaf 3D are a bit tight around the thigh. This one is less so. It is also a better fit in the waist. The chamois inlay is a great…

crystalattice says:

High quality for a reasonable price Previously, I used Pearl Izumi biking shorts, but I’ve gained weight since I retired from the military and needed to order larger shorts. These shorts are cheaper than the Pearls, so I was hesitant to purchase them, as I was satisfied with the Pearl brand. However, I own several pairs of Baleaf active underwear and found the quality to be good, so I took a chance on the bike shorts. I am impressed.I didn’t think the 3D padding would make a difference, but it does. My Pearl shorts…

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