ZOIC Men’s Ether Cycling Shorts, Shadow, X-Large

August 16, 2017 - Comment

Best-selling shorts because they’re packed with features and built to last, delivering performance for all types of riders in any trail conditions: cross country, all mountain, free ride, downhill and even urban and commuting. Our Ether shorts offer the 3 for 1 value of the ZOIC Removable Padded Liner (RPL) System: a fully integrated baggy

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Best-selling shorts because they’re packed with features and built to last, delivering performance for all types of riders in any trail conditions: cross country, all mountain, free ride, downhill and even urban and commuting. Our Ether shorts offer the 3 for 1 value of the ZOIC Removable Padded Liner (RPL) System: a fully integrated baggy bike short that separates into a versatile technical short and a high-quality padded cycling liner.

Comments

J. Krakar says:

New favorite MTB shorts I’ve been using Fox Ranger shorts and was curious about how these would compare. I think the Zoic Ether’s outer short is actually a bit more comfortable and streamlined for riding. The stretchiness of the outer shorts is a definite +. These shorts seem to be sturdy as well. I’ve been using the outer short with a pair of Garneau lycra shorts, so I can’t really offer a critique of the liner that comes with these shorts. Overall, a very nice product design. Plenty of pockets, and there are lots of…

John B. Norton says:

good bike short that is comfortable to ride in As other reviewers may prefer the Ether over the Black Market shorts, I don’t. The Ether length come right down to the knee where the Black Market hangs a couple inches shorter. The outer shell of the Ether is stiffer than the Black Market but not uncomfortable. The liner is the same for both and is a quality liner that does it’s job without being overly bulky. Overall, a good bike short that is comfortable to ride in.

J. Parmentier says:

They are MTB cycling shorts, but are great all around, casual, and commuting cycling shorts. I’m returning to cycling after a long time away. I’m in that portion of the population which is neither hard core MTB or a road cyclist. And yet, to casually cycle for fun, or to do so for commuting, you need the right gear. The non-MTB, non-road cyclist, finds themselves in this strange middle ground where there are few options for good looking bike gear that also performs well and doesn’t force you to dress like you are doing Tour de France or are going out for a weekend to get covered in…

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