I received the Dynafit Transalper DST Shorts a few days ago, and after just a couple rides, it's clear that they are fantastic shorts for mountain biking. Typically, I have used Fox Racing Shorts over my chamois; however, I wanted to switch it up and try something new. The Dynafit Transalper Shorts were my top choice, and I am extremely pleased after just a few rides in Park City. They are very well made, and the lightweight material provides fantastic stretch without sacrificing durability - they have 3 well-placed pockets and adjustable Velcro tabs on the waist to allow you to get the perfect fit. Their length is generous without being unnecessarily long - they hang just over the top of my kneecaps - and have a nice, tailored fit, so there is no issue with extra material getting in the way of pedaling. While they don't come with a chamois, that didn't bother me at all, since I typically remove the factory spec'd chamois and use my trusty Giordana's. The Austrians at Dynafit have hit the nail on the head with the Dynafit Transalper DST Shorts, once you get your hands on them, you'll know what I mean - stoked to have the whole summer ahead of me to really put them through the ringer.