Information about Canari Micro Pro Cycling Shorts (For Women)
Overstock fabric. Canari takes a pleasing break from those vibrant, primary team colors in their Micro Pro cycling shorts. Durable, breathable Micro Pro fabric with six-panel design and a seamless antimicrobial chamois for a chafe-free ride.
Reviewed by Pistol Packin' Mama from Marblehead, OH on Saturday, September 29, 2012
I ordered these on a recommendation from a motorcycling magazine. I'd been having difficulty in the lower lumbar region with numbness and this type of clothing was suggested. According to the size chart for waist measurement, I was to wear an XL. Once I tried them on, however, I realized L would have been fine. The waist isn't overly large, but it is well within comfort limits. The length is good but the shorts gap in the leg hem edge. That won't be a major problem to adjust as I can sew. The padded area is generous. I like the gripper edge at the leg openings very much! I'll be wearing these under my protective riding clothing on the motorcycle, so the gripper edge should keep the shorts at just the right position. The shorts laundered and dried well. I hope they'll be very durable. Time will tell. I would have liked at least one pocket for those times when I ride my bicycle. I am very satisfied with the purchase. I ordered this pair and two other different padded shorts by Canari figuring to keep one pair and return the other two. But, after trying each pair on, I decided to keep all three!
Best Uses: Long Rides, Prevents ~~~apos~~~numb Butt~~~apos~~~, Road Biking, Warm Weather
Cons: No pockets
Describe Yourself: Avid Cyclist
Length: Feels true to length
Pros: Breathable, Comfortable, Dries Quickly, Good Fit, Good Length, Good Padding, Gripper Edge At Leg Hem
Waist: Feels too big
Was this a gift?: No
Complete sizing information for this product is available on the product page.
Thank you for your inquiry. I am going to have our QA dept. check the measurement. These are made for us from overstock fabric and at times these special make-ups are not same as what current style is.
Answered on 8/14/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Kevin from Sierra Trading Post