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Canari's gel pad uses a revolutionary technology that has continued to provide uncompromisable performance while maintaining flawless function. Gel will virtually eliminate unwanted nerve stress, moderate saddle pressure, and absorb road shock and abrasion. 100% polyester shell nylon/spandex blend liner w/ gel padding 2 side pockets 1 leg pocket with Velcro closure elastic waistband with drawstring, sizing guide.
The only merit i can give is the adequate padding. but even so, the positioning is not ideal.
The rest of this short speaks low quality. Read more
however the size of the shorts seem to run small. I had purchased a few other pairs, but had to send this one back. Go a size larger than what you would normally get.Published 1 month ago by LA
Biking shorts that don't make you look like an idiot. These are comfy and roomy. I would buy this brand again.Published 1 month ago by Ira Margulies
If you are looking for a casual pant to get into cycling I recommend these.
No issues and good quality
Not an accurate size. They say large, but fit more like a medium. Order the next size up for a more comfortable fit.Published 2 months ago by Lisa
Atleast that is my opinion. At first I thought they were a little tight, but after a couple washings they fit perfect now. Sure saves your butt on a long ride.Published 3 months ago by David Eicher
Don't know what happened, but shorts were kinda big from start. Weight loss had very little to do with it.Published 3 months ago by Mikell H.
After reading reviews I was concerned about sizing, but once I received mine and got to put them on and go for a ride, I was sad I didn't buy them sooner. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Harold K. Buckle
These shorts fit well and are of good quality. I don't know how long they will last but I have two pair by the same company that are similar that I have had for 5 years. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John T Zabel