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What is the inseam measurement for these shorts in L or XL?
Could we PLEASE provide an inseam length for all shorts? It's kind of hard to gauge how they fit otherwise.
Inseam length? In fact, can we get an inseam measurement for all shorts? The images are always adjusted to the same size so you can't really know how they're cut.
Is it possible to consistently have the inseam measurement for all shorts? It's the only way to really compare their lengths.
Is the inseam longer on the bigger sizes? 16" doesn't seem that long.
Just bought some of these as I'm having trouble finding full leg pads that are comfortable and don't hang up on my shorts so much. These TLDs fit me great. Offer very good protection. Not very bulky. They run a bit below the knee to protect that area as well. They pedal well too. Very reasonable price compared to the POCs I also liked.
Long in the leg and pretty trim. They are almost too trim, much snugger through the thigh than my Raceface DH 3/4s and marginally shorter. The Demos will become my go-to short for shuttling and riding the bike park as they don't pedal as well and seem to be made of tougher material. The DH 3/4s will be my go-to short for everything else.
Sombrio T-shirts are awesome. Nice slightly stretchy material. Beautiful rich colours (people always remark how sharp they are). They last a long time (my last one is over a year old and still looking really good; this one is made of the same material). Trim rectangular fit (as opposed to short square).
Only remarkable thing is that they take a long time to dry (I hang my t's to dry). But really that's not a big deal. Best shirts ever.
Love 'em. They're long, tough and stretchy. Just just breathable enough.I'm pretty tall (6'5"+) so these are a bit on the short side for their intended purpose (DH) because they get hung up on the top of my pads. But for gnarly Vancouver XC riding (i.e. clipless and no leg armour), for me they're perfect.
Shorter riders shouldn't have the pad issues.
These look just like the Rev but without the stretch. Can anyone comment/confirm/deny?
Are they thick/heavy? Or thin/flowy? The Sombrio site says they're sturdy and ultra-durable.