Canari Cyclewear Men’s Mountain Canyon Gel Baggy Padded Cycling Short (Black, Medium)

April 6, 2014 - Comment

The Canari Canyon II Gel Baggy Cycling Shorts are perfect for a day of training on your favorite mountain or any other types of riding you enjoy. The outer short is made with a tough and durable 4-Ply Taslon Adventure Nylon fabric that resists abrasion and fading while the integrated cycle liner is made with

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The Canari Canyon II Gel Baggy Cycling Shorts are perfect for a day of training on your favorite mountain or any other types of riding you enjoy. The outer short is made with a tough and durable 4-Ply Taslon Adventure Nylon fabric that resists abrasion and fading while the integrated cycle liner is made with a lightweight, moisture wicking polyester stretch fabric with a built-in Gel chamois pad that speads road shock throughout the saddle region rather than concentrating in one specific area. The Gel pad system reduces skin irritation and dissipates shock by forming a fluid barrier between the hard saddle shell and the rider offering a comfortable ride. An 11-inch inseam offers just above the knee coverage. Soft touch gripper elastic keeps the liner in place on your thigh and minimize bunching. Two side seam hand pockets and side cargo pockets with velcro closure hold and secure your essentials. Elastic waistband with drawstring tightener for security and comfort. The stretch gusseted crotch is unrestricting when on or off the bike. Rear yoke stretch panel for comfort and flexibility. Sizing (Waist Size):  S: 28-30″, M: 30-32″, L: 32-34″, XL: 36-38″, XXL: 40-42″.

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esteban stalgis says:

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A Florida Cyclist says:

Best Bicycle Shorts I’ve Found For Long Distance Riding I bought a pair of these shorts from my local bicycle shop about 12 years ago. I found I needed some padded riding shorts after I began to ride my mountain bike 25 miles on a local bicycle trail. After purchasing my original pair, I was very much releived from the pain of taking that bicycle on long rides.I’ve since bought a road bike and a touring bike. I’d been good for 50 mile bicycle rides without padded shorts for years, so the original pair got lost. Well, since I’ve been…

Neurasthenic "neurasthenic" says:

better even than I expected I’ve been riding for many years, but I’d never bought a pair of “casual” riding shorts before, always figuring that if I was going to need a padded crotch I might as well wear normal cycling shorts. I’ve discovered however that if I’m riding socially with friends who aren’t serious cyclists, it’s nice to show up in casual clothing, and if the distance is going to be more than 10 miles or so, it’s good to have pads.As a result, I’ve been using these shorts once or twice a week since…

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