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I've worn them a few times now and i have to admit that they are comfy...i don't keep anything in my pockets when i ride for fear of whatever falling out of them but i don't think you'd be able to keep much in them in the first place. I wear a size 34 waist and have a little bit of a butt and good sized thighs and purchased a large in gunmetal and the chamois liner that is sewn in place is a nice touch, but i had to remove them to make sliding on the shorts a helluva lot easier. the liner is attached only at two points, which among other things causes them to get tangled all the time. I cut out the liner, but still use liners when riding and i noticed that getting the shorts on and off is so much easier!

good shorts, dry quick, non-restricting in my pedaling stride - not much more to describe...

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5 5

I'm not one who runs for fun...running for me is a part of sport and outdoor activities. These tights are made for more than running. the first time i put them on, honestly took about 5-10 minutes, but once they're on, they are easily forgotten and they work their magic. I've worn these during bike rides, workouts, hikes, snowboarding, and even during paintball outings. they work, but you still have to stretch/roll out your muscles or else you will tighten up. no pair of tights will ever solve that on their own. that being said, they run from the arches of your feet up to above your butt...yes, i said arches. I'm flat footed and their compression on the arches feels incredible during activities.

I have a 33/34 waist with a 32/33 inseam with muscular legs and thighs and their fit perfect with a size 3

what else is there? I like them!

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