Pearl Izumi – Ride Men’s Canyon Shorts, Ecru Olive, Medium

October 4, 2016 - Comment

The Canyon Short has a bit shorter inseam with a design meant for casual trail or path use for those of the collection and finds use both on the trails or on bike paths for those riders less comfortable in form fit pieces.

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(as of April 19, 2020 8:41 pm EDT - Details)

The Canyon Short has a bit shorter inseam with a design meant for casual trail or path use for those of the collection and finds use both on the trails or on bike paths for those riders less comfortable in form fit pieces.

Comments

RCC says:

This short fit me a little bit tighter than I like, and ride higher on my waist than I … These fit me a little tight. Normally I wear a medium in Pearl Izumi shorts, with a 32″ waist. This short fit me a little bit tighter than I like, and ride higher on my waist than I am accustomed to. They are well made, with nice tight stitching and good cut. The blue color is sharp, in my opinion. The included liner buttons in on each side near the back/side of the waist. The included liner is OK, but I will likely wear a pair of road cycling shorts under this MTB short when I ride…

Amazon Customer says:

Finally, functional bike shorts I feel OK being out in public wearing These shorts have 2 velcro cinches that can tighten the fit a bit. They take me longer to put on then other bike shorts because I have to line up the legs of the liner with the pant legs of the shorts – but a few extra seconds is well worth it, I find these shorts super comfortable and I don’t feel like I’m offending everyone’s sensibilities wearing them in a grocery store. Really nice to have a zippered pocket as well. Love these so much I bought a second pair after my first week of use.

Dr. GnarPow says:

great shorts not super long/baggy (very un-Gnar) stretch material is … great shortsnot super long/baggy (very un-Gnar)stretch material is light and flexiblegreat for XC or commutingchamois is very comfortablenote-only 1 pocket

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