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The Pearl Izumi Men's Escape Quest Bib Short is a biking short that won't fall down during the ride. When you've gotta cover your lower half and don't wish to show any crack as you're racing down the road, opt for a pair of bib shorts. The upper straps hold onto the lower half, utilizing those glorious shoulders of yours to prevent any mishaps. What's more, the SELECT Escape 1:1 Chamois features a blended thickness, which not only offers padding between you and the saddle, but prevents chafing. A nine-point-five inch inseam plus silicone at the inside of the hem stays in place and won't show too much thigh.
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Rated 5 out of
The cham so nice I bought it twice[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought one of these a year ago, loved it, and decided to grab another. I used to rock the cheap chamois from that place that gives fast shipping, but this is a legit night-and-day difference for muh bum. The pad is durable, and firmer, and stays where it needs to. I have ridden XC in Marquette and Brown County in these babies and have no regerts!
Date published: 2021-07-12
Rated 4 out of
Bison John from
Comfortable, but I have a question[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Good quality, good product, but I've never figured out how to wiz in a bib riding short. Pulling down puts a lot of pressure on the shoulder straps.