Closeouts. What in the world does Stirata Fondella mean? That's the name of Canari's comfortable, ergonomically designed chamois inside their Hybrid shorts -- it combines 5mm of open-cell foam with a soft, moisture-wicking cover, lateral wings and welded lines that won't irritate skin.
Reviewed by Sarah from Pittsburgh on Monday, June 27, 2011
These shorts are super comfortable. As a mostly swimmer, I usually buy tri shorts, but I got these because the canari tri shorts are super comfortable and I loved the color. They are also super comfortable! In the past 2 weeks I've worn them on 2 long rides on my road bike with an extremely hard ...
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Reviewed by cycling in pittsburgh from pittsburgh, pa on Tuesday, March 13, 2012
I bought the blue pair last summer, and loved them so much I got the pink pair too. They are so pink! These shorts are very comfortable and well padded.
A couple of things to consider: they are a shorter style, and go mid-thigh. I like em short, but if shorter shorts aren't for you, you might want to consider that. They also do not have a drawstring if that means anything to you.
Best Uses: Long Rides, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Warm Weather
Describe Yourself: Competitive Cyclist
Length: Feels true to length
Pros: Breathable, Comfortable, Good Fit, Good Padding
Reviewed by bicyclette rouge from Nashville, TN on Sunday, July 24, 2011
I've got a pair of these in pink that are not see-through, and I like those very much. However, I didn't even take these shorts for a test ride, as I discovered immediately when I tried them on that they leave nothing at all to the imagination. If you are a rider who wears undergarments under your shorts, prepare to buy a few pairs to match the color of these shorts and you'll be fine. Otherwise, keep searching for shorts that are less revealing.