@ Angus - they make an anti-fog insert that is said to prevent that from happening.
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I had a sale email setting in my inbox with all Thule @ 20% off. I waited until the last day listed for the sale to make my purchase....however the sale ended at midnight the day prior to the date in the email. Online chat with Chris Y and the rack was purchased at the email advertised sale price. Can't wait to rack up my bike on the back of my new Jeep with the T2.
I can find no faults with this product. It was great to have in Moab to ride up Burro Pass at over 11,000ft. Once we hit the lower elevations and warmer air the full zip let me vent until it was time to take it off and pack into the hydration pack.
They hit me just below my knees
maybe. I find them very comfortable but with only a few months use so far the jury is out on durability. If they hold up like Fox gloves then they will be worth the $.
purchased the large based on other PI shorts I own and found them too tight to even get on.
I am between a 36-38 depending on mfg for most of my pants and the Endura XL is almost too tight.
Run it 2.4 front and 2.25 rear on my bike. Works excellent in almost all conditions except mud. Runs very true to size and works great tubeless on Stans rims with Stans goop. I found it very PSI sensitive with best results around 28psi. I wish the 2.25 had the EXO sidewall but even though it is showing some wear it is still going strong.
Wish they had a resealable pack but other than that it's all good.
Don't run them through the dryer when you leave them in your shorts pocket!
These have proven to be comfortable for all but the coldest weather. I wear full-finger gloves all summer and the gel vents help to keep my hands cool too. The durability is better than most of the Fox gloves I've owned and the PI gloves have held up to washing and drying after every use.
Stretch panels in the shell make the waist snug and they stay up just fine.
These are not my 1st pair of MTB baggy shorts (I own product from most major brands) and I reach for these on most of my rides.
I've had them for nearly one year and they have proven to be durable as well as comfortable. The vented liner is great in hot weather (I live in the Southeastern US) and the front ventilation zips in the outer shell also assist in keeping things cool. The shell has stretch panels that keep the waist snug, which I was skeptical about at first, but has proven to work. The shell and liner wick moisture and dry quickly. The chamois pad is a very nice unit.
My only gripe with the shorts construction is the pocket placement which is a little to far up the leg and to the rear. The smallish zipper also makes it a little hard to get into.
They are not a cheap short but if you ride in hot climates it is one of the best options I have found.