Baleaf Women’s 3D Padded UPF 50+ 3/4 Cycling Compression Tights Capris with Pocket Black Line Size XL

November 29, 2018 - Comment

Baleaf Women’s 3D Padded 3/4 Cycling Compression Tights merges 3D Chamois with stretchy, breathable fabric and anatomic fit, will keep you riding in comfort all day long. Special Features: High Performance Fabric-80% Nylon / 20% Spandex-UPF 50+ Sun Protection-Moisture-wicking fabric breathes well and keeps you dry and cool Comfortable 3D Chamois-Multi-density chamois in ideal place

More Information $28.99Amazon.com Price
(as of April 20, 2020 12:40 am EDT - Details)

Baleaf Women’s 3D Padded 3/4 Cycling Compression Tights merges 3D Chamois with stretchy, breathable fabric and anatomic fit, will keep you riding in comfort all day long.

Special Features:

High Performance Fabric
-80% Nylon / 20% Spandex
-UPF 50+ Sun Protection
-Moisture-wicking fabric breathes well and keeps you dry and cool

Comfortable 3D Chamois
-Multi-density chamois in ideal place reduces vibration on long rides

Arc-shaped waistband
-Arc-shaped design avoids ride-up, elastic and wide waistband for a snug and comfortable fit

Anti-slip leg hem
– Leg grippers with silicone dots inside keep shorts from riding up

Reflective elements
– Enhance visibility in low-light riding

Recommend cycling jerseys:
Short sleeve jersey – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H53X1MS
Long sleeve jersey – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IQUWMJ2

Comments

Anonymous says:

Comfortable and good price Overall they are comfortable and I like that come up higher so that during spinning they do not slip down. They run a little small, and based on recommendations from the reviews, I went up a size. Which I’m glad I did. they are not too bulky and I feel comfortable walking around in public with them, and not worrying about the back end. For the use in spin class, they work fine. I have not used many other types of padded bike pants, this brand is my first. I use them 1-2 times a week…

Anonymous says:

Really impressed Really impressed by these cycling tights. I bought them to replace a 5+ year old Pearl Izumi (read: MUCH more expensive) pair that had started to develop holes around the seams and I had pretty low expectations. But, these had mostly great reviews and for $20, what did I have to lose? So I ordered them. I wore them to a spin class last week and WOW. They as every bit as good as the more expensive pair. The fit is nearly identical (nice high, wide waistband), the material doesn’t go see through…

Anonymous says:

Can’t beat the price! This was my first pair of cycling bottoms I have every bought. At this point I’ve worn and washed them about four times. I’m not a fan of shorts when working out so I was happy to find a capri option at an affordable price. Because of the reviews I ordered these in two sizes, my regular size and the next size up. My normal size did not fit at all so I would suggest sizing up. The only issue for me in sizing up was it made the bottom a little saggy so I have to be cognizant when I stop and…

Write a comment

*