Closeouts. Long-distance rides are no match for Canari's Ultra Pro cycling bib shorts, which keep you cool and comfortable with an anatomically molded chamois and moisture-wicking, quick-drying Dryline® fabric.
Reviewed by Recreational Cyclist from Lake Tahoe on Tuesday, March 12, 2013
I am a recreational cyclist (100+- miles per week).. These bibs are good quality, true to size, fit well. comfortable, and durable. Like all personal products, I suggest that you try them on at the store before purchasing. They are an excellent value.
Reviewed by Motobacon from New York, NY on Tuesday, July 24, 2012
I bought these because I've read a couple of good reviews and the price seemed to be right. I am always very sceptical about things made in [*], but I thought I would use them for my commutes. These were cut for a short bodied rider. I have not problems wearing European made Bibs, bt these pull me down to the Earth. The chamois feels too synthetic and probably were belongingto a plush bear in their previous life. Add $20 more and buy something decent. I am returning these.
Reviewed by Kit from Littleton, CO on Tuesday, May 15, 2012
I like these shorts. The leg grippers are very good so they stay in place. I have short legs (30" inseam (OK it's really 29-1/2")) and these come down to just above my quad which I like. On the bike these shorts are very comfortable, no chafing or other issues. My only complaint is that the chamois/crotch area feels weird when I am off the bike. The shorts are very tight in the crotch area, and as I commute to work, is not the most desirable quality when walking into the office building. The shorts fit great everywhere else and feel great on the bike which, to me, is the most important thing. I am sure I could have gone XL, but I think the legs and straps would have been too big.
Best Uses: Long Rides, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Warm Weather