Closeouts. Specifically contoured for women, Canari's Dream cycling shorts have a King Queen chamois that provides friction-free riding, and eight-panel construction with compression fit to reduce muscle fatigue.
Reviewed by road rider from Kalispell, Montana on Monday, July 30, 2012
I ordered a medium and a large and the large just fit (I'm an 8) so I think they run small. I use them to ride my road bike and they work, but aren't as comfortable as my favorite shorts. It seems like the chamois is too far back, so I have to deliberately pull it forward when on the seat
Reviewed by paddlegirlnj from nj on Friday, July 27, 2012
I'm just over 5'7", 160 lbs. I ordered an XL and they fit just fine. (I find that bike shorts usually run small). I just wish the padding was a little thicker. I won't be able to use these for distances over 40 miles, but the price was really good.
Reviewed by thebikechemist from wayne, NJ on Tuesday, July 17, 2012
I bike about 125-150 miles a week and have muscular legs. These shorts fit well and looked nice, but the grippers on the thigh were very very tight. I had to return these. I am 135 lbs and 5'5" so the medium fit perfect everywhere except the thighs. I cant comment about the padding, since I didnt try them on a ride. Too bad about the grippers, the material was nice, and not see through like some.
Reviewed by Peaches from Hood River, OR on Friday, June 29, 2012
These are great shorts. Comfortable chamois. Leg gripper isn't too tight. Waist isn't too tight. They do run a little big, so you may want to size down if you like your lycra tight. I did 300' of climbing over 2.5 hours, and didn't chafe a thing. All-in-all, a great product.
Reviewed by NOVAbikes from Virginia on Wednesday, June 20, 2012
These shorts are the slick lycra fabric, not the harder, compression fabric, and they have a comfortable chamois that's not too thick. It's a little stiff until washing, but that is typical. So far they've gone on 30 mile rides with no issues.