The Price Point underliner: Comfortable, affordable, high-performance cycling underwear. Constructed of 2-way stretch moisture wicking fabric, these liner shorts feature a 2-panel anatomical design, leg grippers and a seamless Micro-soft chamois.
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I typically wear these under unpadded mountain bike shorts to gain a little comfort in the seat aea. Might also be good for those that aren't comfortable in tight bike shorts but want t little bit of padding. These are liners NOT shorts.
As others have said, these are sized a little small. The pad is thin so it provides very little cushioning but it is better than nothing and does do the job for a while. For me they started feeling flat about about 15 miles on fairly rouged terrain in 85 deg temps. Other than that they're a fine pair of shorts to have on hand to go with a pair of baggy shorts.
These are so much better for long rides than cotton underwear. Slap these on under my shorts and I don't get any chafing. I climb and descend so if you're sitting on your seat for any long period of time with cotton underwear then it doesn't create a very pleasant experience afterward. These help a ton.
These shorts seemed to be good quality especially for the price, but were sized at least one size too small and were sent back.
These were my first padded liners - and I didn't know what to expect. On the quality - I have been riding them for a couple weeks and they seem to be very well built. The elastic seems strong and the pad is keeping its cushion. On the ride - they are awesome. Now I know why everyone else uses them - they really make a difference on long rides for comfort. They may be awkward to walk around it, but they are awesome on the bike.
Good shorts for the price . . .
good pair of riding shorts. Cant beat the price either held up for me fine still on first pair for two years now.
Its a foam pad and isnt very dense, but the fit is nice and the price is right. probably wont be doing a century with these on, but perfect for simple daily rides.
The chamois is a bit thin but it's enough to offer protection and not feel like you're wearing a diaper. At the price they are listed it's hard to beat these briefs but for the love of all things padded listen to the reviews when they say the sizes run small. I got some Mediums and wish I would have gone with the Large.
The chamois is a little bit thin but overall, you can't beat these shorts.
Good for the price, order a size larger than you normally wear though.
Good product for a reasonable price. Has held up well. Padding could be denser. Sizes seem to run a little on the small side, so if your normally border line between, say a med & large, probably go for the large.
These padded briefs saved my butt on many rides, very breathable and stretchy.
3.5 stars. Helped me get used to/break in my saddle when I bought a new mtb. Good comfort, but is a foam padding, so after a while on the saddle it kind of just stays compressed and isn't too much of a pad anymore. I haven't ridden my mtb on trails without wearing these, so I cannot say exactly how much better they are than just my normal boxer-briefs and shorts. I got these when they were 2 for ~$18. Fit well, kind of tight, but in a good way.