Canari Tundra Pro Cycling Tights (For Women)
About Canari Tundra Pro Cycling Tights (For Women)
Closeouts. For greater comfort in the saddle, Canari Tundra Pro cycling tights offer anatomical cushioning so you can ride longer and get the most out of your experience.
Specs about Canari Tundra Pro Cycling Tights (For Women)
- Inseam: 29" (based on size small)
- Leg opening: 8"
- Ankle zipper length: 9"
- Weight: 8 oz.
- Waistband: 1-1/2"
- Fabric: 84% polyester, 16% spandex or, 82% polyester, 18% spandex (color 27)
- Care: Machine wash, hang dry
- Trim Fit
- Just below waist
- Tapered leg
- Made in China , Unknown
- Visit our Cycling Gear Guide
Canari Womens Size Chart
|Bust||33 - 35||35 - 37||37 - 39||39 - 42|
|Waist||25 - 27||27 - 29||29 - 31||31 - 34|
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
been wearing this tights often (on 20-30 mile rides) since it got much cold... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by RB from Washington on Thursday, July 28, 2016I have not ridden in these yet as it is still too warm. They are nice and long. Maybe too long for some but I would always rather have too long than too short. I wear a 14-16 pants and XL fit nicely.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dory from Nebraska on Sunday, March 6, 2016I ordered these mainly from a review that said they were a long length, they fit well on my 5' 11" frame. As others mentioned, the padding is a little distracting if you wear them after biking but not enough to return. Love the length.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mary from Okahoma on Monday, February 29, 2016These pants were exactly what I was looking for, but unfortunately they were not available in Large, so they were returned. I'm 5'6" and the ex large were too big, but med was just a little too small.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Michelle Y from Indianapolis on Sunday, January 25, 2015Im rating this 4 based on my expectations. Im not as big a fan of the gel padding. always feels a little less flexible than the natural chamois style. Call me old school. There's also not as much compression as other pants Ive used...but again - I had certain uses for these - like the ability to wear them over a base layer in the cool. Im 5'8 and 127 lbs...athletic and not really thin.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kayo from PA on Friday, October 31, 2014I ordered these in a medium based on the reviews and previous experience with Canari sizing. I think they're pretty good, although they are a couple inches long because I'm only 5'4" and they are clearly made for taller women.. I just turn them under and they work fine for me.
Question & Answer
Yes. I haven't had other bike tights before (these are my first) but the chamois patch is rather big on this pair- looks kinda funny actually. But the tights worked great, if you don't mind. The zipper at the bottom is great too.
“Does anyone know how these compare to the Canari Veloce tights that STP is also selling? The Veloce tights fit me a little oddly, so I'm curious whether these differ. I'm also wondering which pair would be warmer, if there's a difference.”
The type of canair padding is called Queen Chamois and is made from microfiber and foam layers perforated with small 5mm dimples. These dimples provide ventilation, breathability and cushioning for lower extremeties. This cushioning should be good for a comfortable ride for long rides.
“what is the best temperature for these pants? i'm looking for something for when the temp drops below 70 in florida - like for 55-70 degrees.||thanks.”
These pants are good for 40 degrees and higher. So they may be a little hot for FL.|Unfortunately we are currently out of this item, but we suggest signing up for the My Updates as the best way to monitor incoming products. You will receive email notifications of our newest stock items. You can also access the "New Items" section of our website at anytime. (A link to the "New Items" section is located on our homepage under the "Search Index.") New Items are all products that have arrived within the last 21 days. |http://www.sierratradingpost.com/DeptNewItems.aspx|http://www.sierratradingpost.com/myupdates/myupdatesmanagement.aspx
Gee, in Oregon that'd be shorts! 45-55Â° is when I wear them.
These are mostly polyester...no mesh....I would say they would be perfect for 50 degree weather but may be too warm in 70 degree Florida humidity. It depends on how hard you will be running or cycling. I bought them for 30 to 50 degree weather in michigan