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This is the latest update to our Balnna cycling shorts. This is a high end, long distance cycling short from the designers and engineers who work at Aero Tech Designs. Ideal for avid cyclists who need muscle support for intense cycling. The shorts have a light compression to compress muscles for a light massaging support.

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This is the latest update to our Balnna cycling shorts.
This is a high end, long distance cycling short from the designers and engineers who work at Aero Tech Designs. Ideal for avid cyclists who need muscle support for intense cycling. The shorts have a light compression to compress muscles for a light massaging support. The fabric is a blend of stretch nylon and spandex yarns that help the moving muscles and reduce movement from vibrations. The fabric we use in our All Day cycling shorts was tested on our Martindale Abrasion Tester and it passes the test perfectly. The fabric is rugged and stretches in all directions yet is soft to the touch. Add Chamois Material:this lines the crotch area and adds a protective layer of padding between you and your seat that prevents excess friction and heat, eliminates chafing, absorbs vibrations from the road and trail.
Why we use more elastic spandex?
Most Bike Shorts are made from a stretchy fabric. There are several reasons for using spandex in knitted fabrics one of which is the ability to move, the second is the ability to provide muscle support through compression. The fabrics used for road bike shorts are usually a six way, tricot, knit nylon or polyester. The lightweight fabrics are about 5.5 to 6 ounces per square yard. A medium weight is about 6.5 ounces and a heavy weight fabric would be about 8 ounces per square yard. The reason this fabric is used is primarily because of the freedom of movement and comfort during cycling. The higher the spandex content – the more compression on the muscles. High Spandex content is a sign of compression support for high end bike shorts. The higher the spandex, the more stretchy and supportive the fabric is. This compression massages the muscles to help work out lactic acid. The compression also helps to enhance blood flow to the muscles which helps reduce fatigue by keeping fresh blood circulating to the working muscles.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Not so good for road cycling This is from a road bike perspective. I am returning to the saddle after a long absence so I my backside has not been hardened. My saddle is a hard one, Selle San Marcos Aspide Arrowhead. My good pair of cycling shorts are an old Nashbar (pre-merger) with a faux sheepskin chamois (more like thin microfiber with a little padding). They do not chafe, and I wasn’t all that sore after riding. I just needed a 2nd pair to use when the Nashbar’s were in the wash.Spent over 2-hrs in the…

Anonymous says:

For short guys too I’m 5’3″ and 126 lbs (size Small), and these shorts are one of only cycling shorts that fit me comfortably, plus the waist band sits just at or above the hip, unlike some which come up too high on the waist. The shorts also end right at the top of my knees. Beyond the sizing factor, the colors are sleek and vibrant, and the shorts provide padding in all the right places. Overall, A+ for size, comfort, color, and quality.

Anonymous says:

Lots of padding, comfortable shorts These look even better in person than online. The shorts fit true to size according to the sizing chart. Make sure to look at the sizing chart. My husband normally wears L or XL but according to the measurements on the sizing chart I decided to order him a XXL. I am glad I did because they fit perfectly. So size up or look at the sizing chart before ordering. There is a lot of padding and my husband thinks they are comfortable. I love the design of the green/rainbow shorts. The material…

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