Louis Garneau Fit Sensor Short 2 – Men’s Black Large

December 14, 2016 - Comment

Not every day can be 85 degrees and sunny, but that doesn’t mean you always need to layer up for winter to stay comfortable. Louis Garneau designed the Fit Sensor 2 Shorts to help your body regulate internal temperatures when the external temperatures are moderate, falling between the extremes of summer and winter. You get

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Not every day can be 85 degrees and sunny, but that doesn’t mean you always need to layer up for winter to stay comfortable. Louis Garneau designed the Fit Sensor 2 Shorts to help your body regulate internal temperatures when the external temperatures are moderate, falling between the extremes of summer and winter. You get all the LG fundamentals, such as a 10-panel anatomical construction, seamless inner thighs, back and bottom reflective logos, and flatlock seams, but it’s the fabric that’s the star. Fit Sensor is LG’s do-it-all fabric, presenting a nylon outer layer to the elements that’s abrasion-resistant and keeps out wind. The material’s inner layer is brushed polyester, whose soft touch insulates lightly and wicks moisture away from your skin. The high Lycra content ensures a comfortable fit and provides gently compressive muscle support to reduce the fatiguing effects of road vibration. LG also incorporates Powerbands at the cuffs to keep the shorts in place with yet more compression. The AirZone chamois features a smooth transition from pad to fabric to eliminate pinching and chafing. LG also reduces the size of the vents in the chamois, but doubles their number, which increases comfort and durability. The seamless, four-way stretch AirZone is finished with an anti-bacterial treatment and pre-molded wings to add comfort while protecting against inner-thigh chafing.

Comments

Chris says:

Perfect for long rides I did a 130 mile ride in these last week. While I know it’s not good to use new products on such long rides these shorts fit perfectly and were a gigantic upgrade over my old Tenn shorts. They are longer than you think. I am 6’0 and 155, ordered a medium and the product can stretch from my knee cap to an inch under my belly button. I personally like this feature, even if it took a little getting used to at first, because it doesn’t let you get the tan line on your lower back. Overall, really…

wktjr says:

Good shorts but don’t justify the cost I use Garneau’s for fit and comfort and have several shorts from a variety of price points. The Sensor Short 2 come up short. Not that they are bad in anyway but at $79 I expect more. I found these to be on par with some of the $40 shorts I have for LG. One difference I do not like is they ride high above the waist. All of my LG shorts are size Large and none ride as high as the Sensor 2. The padding is about the same as there lower priced line. I have a pair of Carbon’s that are fantastic and…

Tyler B says:

Very nice shorts I am 5’8″ and 157 lbs and the mediums fit very well in the thighs and a bit looser in the waist. Overall a decent fit. The size chart put me somewhere in the range of a small but I haven’t worn anything in a small size for years so elected to try the medium. The pad is good and the shorts have been very comfortable on many rides of 30-50 miles. No reason to believe they wouldn’t take me out to 100 miles in equal comfort. I really like the slightly heavier material as it really expands…

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