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amb100340015wrote a review of on May 29, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I bought this tank because I saw one of the Juliana Ambassador's wearing one in Moab. I followed the sizing chart on the Juliana Bicycles Website as there wasn't any sizing info listed on the backcountry.com page and bought the size medium as I am a 34B and a bit leery of sizing since a lot of stuff runs small (e.g. Yeti Bike Shorts). I like the length but the chest area was too big. The fabric just flapped and poked out in the chest area. The fabric is quite stretchy by the way. I promptly am returning it and I exchanged it for a size smaller. FYI- for a size small the chest is 32.5 to 34.5.

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amb100340015wrote a review of on May 17, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I wore these shorts for the very first time at the Mag 7 Enduro MTB race in Moab. I love them. I found them to be very functional, stylish, and comfortable. These shorts are not as stretchy as the Caddoa. I own both styles of shorts (size medium) and the waist in the Norrie runs a tiny bit on the smaller side in comparison to the Caddoa. If you want a baggier fit, you will need to size up. I plan on wearing these shorts until they fall apart.

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amb100340015wrote a review of on May 17, 2013

5 5

I just absolutely love these shorts. In fact, I have them in both colors. I am picky about the fit of my mountain bike short . They are comfortable, functional, and look good at the same time. These shorts weren't overly baggy and I didn't feel like the bottom would get caught on my seat. I did find that the shorts are highly breathable and I liked the length. The caddoa shorts are a looser fit then the Norrie (I own both shorts).

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