Pearl Izumi Men’s Liner Shorts, Black, Medium

April 16, 2014 - Comment

Stretch mesh liner as found in our top end Veer Short, MTB 3D Chamois powered by Minerale provides optimal moisture transfer, dry time and odor resistant.

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Stretch mesh liner as found in our top end Veer Short, MTB 3D Chamois powered by Minerale provides optimal moisture transfer, dry time and odor resistant.

Comments

T. Hanson says:

No support, not comfortable I ordered these for mountain biking, to wear under some shorts. I have other Izumi Pearl padded thermal tights that are awesome, so I thought these were a sure thing. The problem is, there is not much support for the boys. Forgive the details, but your man parts start to slip down where they shouldn’t be and rub both on the bike seat or between your thighs while walking. So I can only wear these with another pair of undies under them, which is fine in cooler weather, but not acceptable in…

Honest Reviewer "James A. Dobson" says:

BEWARE! Quality and workmanship MAY be shoddy. I already own two pairs of these that I ordered in 2011 and 2012, so I thought this order was a sure thing. I expected to receive the same 5 star product that I have been ordering in 2011 and 2012. Boy was I wrong!!! The workmanship on these is terrible. The stitching is crooked and faulty. As a result of the poor workmanship the sizing and fit are discombobulated. This is a perfect example of how a manufacturer who outsources to Taiwan can let outsourced poor or no quality control turn a…

Crispy MTB says:

2nd Skin I now own 6 pairs of these liner shorts going back to the 2010 version. 3 pairs came inside of baggy PI shorts I purchased and the other 3 I got just as liners. Dick’s sporting goods carries some PI shorts in the store so you can try them on. As long as you get the right size they are great. Definitely reduce chafing, wick away moisture and add just the right amount of padding without leaving you feeling like you’re in a diaper. I wear them for mountain biking and sport cycling. The…

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