Baleaf Men’s 3D Padded Mountain Bike MTB Baggy Cargo Cycling Shorts Grey Size S

December 13, 2018 - Comment

Baleaf Men’s 3D Padded Mountain Bike Shorts are special for off-the-road cycling, it will prove to be an essential equipment for your toughest ride. Premium Material: Outer layer: 100% polyester, lightweight, durable, quick-drying, stain repellent Liner: 92% Polyester / 8% Elastane, elastic, breathable, mesh fabric   Special Feature: Flexible mesh liner Built-in 3D Chamois Elastic waistband with

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Baleaf Men’s 3D Padded Mountain Bike Shorts are special for off-the-road cycling, it will prove to be an essential equipment for your toughest ride.

Premium Material:

Outer layer: 100% polyester, lightweight, durable, quick-drying, stain repellent

Liner: 92% Polyester / 8% Elastane, elastic, breathable, mesh fabric

 

Special Feature:

Flexible mesh liner Built-in 3D Chamois Elastic waistband with inner drawcord 2 zippered pockets and 1 velcro pocket key string in the back pocket Reflective logo

 

Care: Machine wash cold, tumble dry low or hang dry

 

Try it now without hesitation, feel free to contact us if you have any question, we will do our best to satisfy you.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Get a bigger size than you think and then get riding! I’ve now used these shorts for a couple of 25-30 miles rides and they’ve served me well. Before, if I would try a longer ride like this with just normal shorts and underwear, I’d come home with a rash and sore. After my rides with these shorts, I’ve been impressed with how well I’ve still felt at the end. I’ll be looking for some opportunities for even longer rides now.I appreciate the other reviews noting that these run small and I agree. I ordered a XXL based on that and on…

Anonymous says:

Waist size was baggy, everything else was way too small. I ordered the largest size they offered. Waist was huge but legs were tight. I was expecting the waist to be huge. I have very large quads (i’ve been riding for decades) but the goal was to have the legs baggy. These are advertised as “baggy.” They are nowhere near baggy. The waist per inch is much larger than the legs in relevance to the waist. You would have thought that the legs would have been large and baggy as well. Nobody on a bike has a 48 inch waist and then the legs of a…

Anonymous says:

Good shorts I am a solid 38″ waste and the XL size fit very well. Like the pockets and weight. I usually ride with baggies where the liner is sewn in. The separate liner/short was new, but worked okay. It did seem like the shorts moved around a bit on the ride, but everything stayed in place. The liner and pad are heavier than what i have had but the cushioning was great.

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