Information about Canari Veloce Cycling Shorts (For Women)
Closeouts. Canari's Veloce cycling shorts feature soft-touch leg grippers that won't slip or slide during your ride, and a seamless, molded and antibacterial chamois for comfort with a hearty dose of performance.
Reviewed by svn from Albuquerque, NM on Friday, July 15, 2011
I used these shorts for the first time on a 20 mile ride because the padding seemed to be shaped strangely and I wasn't sure how comfortable they would be. After the ride, I decided that they are now my favorite pair of shorts. Although the padding looked strange when I first put them on, the shor...
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Reviewed by Alli from Tahoe on Thursday, June 5, 2014
This short is perfect for a long or short ride. It has plenty of cushion, but also feels lightweight and not too tight throughout. I've been using it mtn biking and it has been the most comfy short with a chamy I own.
Reviewed by Sammy at the beach from California on Monday, May 26, 2014
The grippers on these shorts are too loose so they are not great for eliminating the slip or slide. I have purchased these Canari Veloce Cycling Shorts in the past and did not have this problem. These shorts also do not fit overall as well as the previous ones I've purchased. I guess this might be the reason for the "closeout" sale. However, these bike shorts will still serve my purpose as I am not a hardcore biker - I just ride my bike along the beach each day for 30 min to an hour.
Reviewed by birdnerd from North Carolina on Tuesday, April 29, 2014
I wear a size 10 and ordered the large. It fits pretty well, but when standing the leg holes are a bit large on me. Works out fine when sitting on the bike as the silicon band keeps the shorts in place. If you are looking for lightly padded shorts, these are NOT for you. As others have said, the padding is quite large. Not terribly comfortable while standing (and I do laugh at myself in the mirror as flattering is not a term i would use), but oh so comfy while riding--and that's what matters, right?