Reviewed by sayNOtoMOMjeans from used in Utah on Saturday, June 16, 2012
the fabric was thin and soft, but still compressive. i road a solid 35 miles in Canyonland National Park in extreme heat without getting any chafing (withOUT any chamois cream). the padding is thin enough to not get in the way, but thick enough to prevent terrible saddle soreness. these were true...
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Reviewed by Casual hiker from new jersey on Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Having only a skirt for biking, the cooler weather forced me to tuck the skirt in to sweat pants to have the padded seat comfort. Found these on Clearance and treated myself! Glad I did... Fit great and the padding is even better than the skirt I had gotten at a Sporting Goods Store. True to size, I got a Medium.. wear size 6 pants
Reviewed by Angie V from Colorado on Tuesday, May 19, 2015
It would be nice if these were a bit more snug. I tried a large and felt those were too tight. Beyond them being ever so slightly baggy, these are great. I love that they go to my knees. These are the perfect in between cycling shorts I have used.
Answered on 9/10/2014 10:53:39 AM by Woolybully22 from TX
I am 5'5", longer in the legs than torso, and they fall just below my knees. The padding in the rear is substantial - good for riding, but not so attractive! I usually wear a long t-shirt over them to hide the "diaper" look! Hope this helps!
Answered on 9/10/2014 2:21:54 PM by pe-00 from wisconsin
Best to call and ask. I bought the Capri style which comes to the knee
Answered on 9/10/2014 5:37:45 PM by BGB from boston
Definitely knickers. They have a small split on the outside edge of the hem that makes them perfect for cycling. Light weight, not compression.
Answered on 9/11/2014 12:56:59 PM by Garagegym107 from Alabama