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Fox Racing Evolution Ride Liner Shorts

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Item # FXR0631

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Item # FXR0631

Turn streetwear into bikewear.

Wear the Fox Racing Evolution liner short under your baggies, your pants, a banana hammock, or a kilt. The Evolution Liner turns any bottoms into technical cycling wear. If you go with the banana hammock, though, you might not have anyone to ride with tomorrow, though.

  • Spandex body adds support to fight fatigue
  • Evo chamois cushions to reduce fatigue and manages moisture
  • Flatlock seams reduce chafe and irritation
  • Multi-panel design for a natural fit and feel
  • Technical mesh paneling promotes airflow to cool you down

Tech Specs

Removable Chamois:
yes, Evo-M
88% nylon, 12% spandex
Recommended Use:
mountain biking, freeride, all mountain, cross country, trail, downhill
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Size chart

Fox Racing Men's

Chest 32-33in
Sleeve 31in
Waist 26-28in


Inseam 30in
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Natural Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Measure from the center of your back to your wrist with arms held out.

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Here's what others have to say...

4 5

Good Liners

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I have several different liner shorts and I believe these are my second favorite...
The Pearl Izumi seems a bit cooler. . I would not hesitate to buy these, they are a just a bit heavier fabric than the PI shorts.

I'm 5-10" 170 34 waist & the large fits perfectly.

4 5

Fox Racing Evolution Ride Liner Shorts

Comfortable shorts for riding long distances on my bike. I wear a a size 32 in jeans and got a pair in large that fit extremely well.

5 5

Stop reading, just buy them already

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been wearing these things about x3 a week now. Each for an avg of 15-20 miles for 2 months now.. Sweet Brown these things are awesome. I like the non-slip lining at the ends that keep them in place. I wear a 32 and got a med, fits great. These are very breathable as well with the mesh pattern through out the shorts.

Under the Hood

Full coverage chamois padding, Non-slip strip on the bottom of the legs.

Under the Hood
4 5

Comfortable, Adequate Padding

My sit bone measurement calls for a wide saddle. The padding on these shorts extends beyond my sit bones and that means wherever I'm positioned on the saddle, I have coverage. The padding is not the thickest of all the liners I own. The good thing about that is that it will not bunch up and chafe the area that it's supposed to protect. A non-slip strip is sewn on the bottom of the legs to prevent them from creeping up the thigh. To get the most out of these liners is to get the right size. The fox charts are pretty good. My measurements are between Large and Extra Large. I went with Large and it worked out for me.

5 5

Comfortable Liner Shorts

The Fox Evolution Liner short has a very comfortable chamois pad that is better than the liners that are included with Fox Ranger shorts. The open mesh weave makes them the coolest liners I have worn. Like most Fox items, they are very well made.

3 5

So, they're not bad...

So you want a pad for your saddle sores that won't run you $50 or more? This one is worth checking out, they work well on a budget.

I just finished a 50 mile pavement ride on my hardtail mb. I had two complaints: 1) the shorts seemed to chafe or cut into my adductor longus - a muscle that runs from the center of your crotch to the inside of your thigh - on the right leg only. I'd never had a pair of shorts do that, this hit after about 25-30 miles in and stayed with me to some degree, but I probably could have made some better adjustments if I'd taken the time in a restroom. So it wasn't that bad. 2) When shifting back on the saddle and sitting on my hip bones instead of the crotch, the padding seemed nonexistent. So if you plan to ride like that, keep searching or grow some callouses.
On the bright side, 1) the leg elastic on these performed well without being annoying. 2) they're not hot (liners should never be) and 3) I could have gone longer with these shorts - my legs muscles were just giving out