- 100% micro-fiber twill fabric is tough, wrinkle-resistant, yet incredibly soft.
- Seat and crotch stretch panels for unrestricted movement.
- Gathered, elastic waistband and independent belt help give a perfect fit.
- Two side pockets, two thigh pockets, and one back pocket.
- Made to match the Karma Jerseys and Karma Gloves.
- Shell-only design.
PROS: Comfortable, High quality sewing, Low Price, Nice and roomy pockets, Good Ventilation
CONS: no cons
BEST USES: Eliminator, Freeride, XC-marathon, Technical trail
I like the fact that they have a full elastic waist with a belt: lets me dial them in, even if I gain/lose a couple of pounds. Unless you ride with your shirt tucked in, nobody sees the waist anyway.
Overall, I like 'em. Comfy, and lots of pockets, too!
PROS: Easy to Use, Fasy Drying, Versatile, Durable, Lightweight
BEST USES: Long Rides, Mountain Bikes
Firstly, they fit true to size - I have a 32 waist, and these fit perfectly.
The stretch panels ensure that the shorts are never snagged on my seat, and the zip up side pockets work well.
Overall, I'm really pleased with them, they're well made, and great value.
It's worth noting that with the elasticised waist, there's no fly at the front, so you've got to undo the belt that comes with them whenever you need to make a pitstop in the bushes.
PROS: Comfortable, Well Made, Accurate Sizing
CONS: No fly
BEST USES: Post Ride Chilling, Mountain biking
I got 34s and I usually wear 32 and since they have the elastic waist band they fit just right.
Sometimes a bit of static. Nothing that bad.
Some of the threads were lose but nothing that affected it performance.
PROS: breathable, Long
CONS: No Chamois, Static-e
PROS: Belt to keep them up, Soft, Seems Breathable, Comfortable
CONS: One Size Fits All Style, Too Long
BEST USES: Very Tall Thin People, Sleep overs, driving
For the price of this short, I thought it would be at least a good shell. But after opening it, I swear it feels like something I sewn after taking a middle school home economics class.
The belt tightening system is such a cheap cinch clasp and bundles up the waist.
The material is super light and thin, so it feels like it'd be good if you just want a super light and thin pair of shorts, but not sure how durable it is. Also it's SUPER baggy. I don't know why you would want something this baggy.
If this thing was $20 then maybe... but for the $50-70 range, there's so many better options.
CONS: Poor Quality
PROS: Lightweight, Its Got A Belt
BEST USES: Mountain Bikes, Commuting
PROS: Lightweight, Comfortable
BEST USES: Long Rides, Commuting
My only complaint would be the belt loops are fraying on the inside. They arrived like that so I'm putting it down to quality control issue. This doesn't affect the shorts though although it might become an issue when I actually need to use the belt.
PROS: Comfort, Breathability, price, Length
PROS: Easy to Use, Lightweight, Durable, Versatile
CONS: One Inner Pouch Not Sewn, Poor Quality
CONS: Flimsy Construction
CONS: Bad Stiches
the first activity with the pants was 70 KM riding..
i even swim with them after and they dry almost immediately.
i have to Mention the i asked the story about the shipping...and in the meantime they were "fix" the price in 10$ up--> NOT COOL!
PROS: Lightweight, Easy to Use, Durable
BEST USES: Long Rides, Mountain Bikes, Road Bikes
CONS: Poor Quality
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