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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Ordered a large, I'm usually a 34/36 and it felt like it should have went further down my thigh. On the bike I noticed no difference to more expensive brands.
Wasn't expecting much for the price I paid but these were better than I had expected. I did go a size up like some others mentioned (I'm 34" waist and went with large). Pretty comfortable and happy overall with them. Not huge padding but sometimes you want a little lighter padding for the shorter rides.
Fits as advertised, and work greet to wear under your baggy mountain bike shorts. No need to spend big $.
These fit well and do the job they intend to do. Not too tight on the thigh and they are a bit short, so they are easy to have pretty much anything as the outer layer.
Purchased these as my I was beginning to no longer ride comfortably even after several months. Got these and put them on, the leg openings are kind of tight around my thighs, maybe I just have larger than expected thighs for these. Did not expect as much padding in the seat so I should be well covered once I started riding again with these.
Good price and enough padding for short rides that are not too intense. Hold up pretty well, but the seams separate after a few washings.
These awesome for the money. They are comfortable and fit well. The padding is slim, but if you want more padding, get the next line above these. For only $6 more...
They are good shorts for the price, but when I purchased the size of all the other shorts I owned, they just seemed a little small on me, like they didn't go all the way up the back. The elastic is a little on the weak side as well, with the padding being not quite as good as my pearl izumis and the fabric being a bit less stretchy. Good for the price, doesn't compare to my pearl izumis.
I picked up two pairs of these to wear under baggy mountain bike shorts. The pad is bulkier than a "good" pair of bike shorts, but for the price, I am not complaining. The shorts add enough padding to make my rides more comfortable. As far as sizing goes, I wear a size 32 waist in pants/jeans and chose a size large in these shorts. The fit is perfect.
great liner for the price. the padding is on the lighter side, which is great for those days where you don't necessarily need uncomfortable bulky padding or in the heat
These pads are bulky and uncomfortable compared to higher priced options. They do the job though, if you are on a limited budget
I took two pairs of these on the most recent NY Parks "Ride the Erie Canal" and used them for all 450 miles. Comfortable. Easy to wash and dry. Can't recommend them more highly.
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.