Inbike Men’s Foam Padded Cycling Underwear Womens Road Bike shorts MTB Bicycle Boxers Cushioned Underpants (Foam pad, 2XL)

May 27, 2016 - Comment

What shall we consider when select an appropriate cycling underwear? 1.Shock resistant performance 2.Anti-sweat performance 3. A fit size. Shock proof performance should be put on the FIRST PLACE when comes to buy a cycling bottoms. The thickness of a cushion can be moderate. Either over-thick or over-thin will influence the comfort. Material is one

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What shall we consider when select an appropriate cycling underwear?

1.Shock resistant performance 2.Anti-sweat performance 3. A fit size.

Shock proof performance should be put on the FIRST PLACE when comes to buy a cycling bottoms. The thickness of a cushion can be moderate. Either over-thick or over-thin will influence the comfort. Material is one of the elements. Pure foam pad is better than gel pad in heat releasing, while gel does better in anti-shock. We offer both cushions to you, you could pick according to your perference. Both cushions are perforating processed, which helps heat releasing.

Most of cycling underwears on Amazon are made by polyester, so ours are. As a common sport wear fabric it features fast drying, durable and good elasticity.Which could satistied most customers¡¯ demands. The fabric is a very thin mesh structure. Holes of the fabric add to the vent ability greatly and accelerate sweat releasing.

We refered to reviews from other competitors, found that the sizes offered by some sellers are smaller. Don¡¯t worry about this issue if you buy from us. We offer right US size. You could return them for free if the size have problem.

Comments

Dan says:

Not really doing it right I did not like these. I just finished 30 miles with them and they’re missing 1 key design and they also fit, but don’t fit… they’re weird. 

Edward Hoge says:

is what I imagine wearing a maxipad might be like. It puts a hitch in my giddyup is … First off, I wear these under some looser nylon shorts, so I’m not so worried about leg coverage or something. The padding seems to work well on the saddle…it doesn’t get in the way and I don’t get sore as fast. Walking around in these, though, is what I imagine wearing a maxipad might be like. It puts a hitch in my giddyup is what I’m saying, so if I’m cycling someplace with the expectation of chaining up and walking around, I prefer not to wear them.

Kevin Wilson says:

Good fit. You can tell it’s a bit cheaper Good fit. You can tell it’s a bit cheaper. Would be great if there was a draw string for the waist.

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