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Louis Garneau Equipe Short - Men's $0.00
The right equipment for the race.
When months of training culminate in a single race, you want to make sure you’re prepared with top-notch gear to match your work ethic. Suit up for miles of excellence in the Louis Garneau Equipe Short. Louis Garneau’s Airgel chamois features perforated gel inserts for maximum cushioning and breathability, so you’ll be as dry as you are comfortable during the long haul.
- Lycra Power fabric enhances compression and muscle support
- Moisture-managing Fit Sensor fabric keeps your ride free of sweat-provoked chafing
- Powerband compression grippers keep a snug, shift-free fit around your legs, while a HuggFit waist distributes support to the waist
What community has to say
Hey will RC beat or match another sites...
Hey will RC beat or match another sites price? Love to get this from you...
Yes, we try to price match as much as we can. Just call or chat in and have a link ready for the other site in question.
I spent a pretty penny on these shorts. On my third ride I noticed a big hole in the front of the croch. The padding is great but what good is that if your junk is hanging out? I am sure that there are other shorts out there for the same price that have much better quality. I will not buy another pair.
When purchasing a pair of riding shorts...
When purchasing a pair of riding shorts what are you supposed to look for. I dont want to buy something inexpensive that is not going to do the job, and I dont want to go to expensive or name brand just because it has a name. I need to be educated in this field. This will be my first pair of ridig shorts.
Rudy The most important piece of a short is the chamois (padding). Keep in mind that thicker is not usually better. Fit (# of panels used to make the short) and compression (material used) are two other characteristics to look at too. The Equipe is a relatively high-end short at a great price. It is the short that I wear most often from LG. It has our airgel chamois and excellent fit. In general, anything over about $120 is probably going to be worth picking up.
So, go highest level chamois you can afford, then pick the most panels you can afford then there is always how good the whole kit looks together!
Best of luck!
Equipe or Mondo? Which is the way to go...
Equipe or Mondo? Which is the way to go for longer rides? Both list "comfort" as a selling point.
Brad, you can't go wrong with either. But here is what I have to say. Equipe is proven technology from the material to the chamois. I ride these. Mondo is the next big thing. I so want to ride these, but my samples are in M and I wear a S (and I'm a lazy ass and haven't upgraded to the proper size). So while I haven't tried them completely yet, the anecdotal reports I get from my fellow reps is that they are phenomenal.
Proven Tech: Equipe
Newest Gen: Mondo
I bought a pair of the equipes and used them for the first time, on a 75 mile ride. They were amazing. If the Mondos are better, that is really saying something.