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Perfect fit, nice feel and they allow the back of your hands to breathe on long hot climbs. Just enough padding for the pedaling, but not so much it hinders during descending. Haven't crashed on 'em yet, but seems well stitched and sturdy. At half price, the bomb! BTW, love the graphics.
I've worn helmets made by Bell, Giro and LAS. Prior to the Trabec Race, I was sporting a Xen. It stayed on, but didn't fit quite right on my head. I had to tighten it down quite a bit on the rocky dh and loosen it up for the uphills to get blood flow.After a year and half of this ride ritual, I decided to use my coupon code and scored one of these babies.
This the best half lid I've ever had. The straps were the easiest to adjust and the retention system did its job. Best of all, it fit like a glove. I didn't have to overtighten it to keep it from jostling around on the rocky descents.
I wear a S in Giro and got a XS-S Trabec Race. So far, can't complain about a thing.
This was my first pair of Luna shorts. Bought them because of the reviews and the price slash. They fit great and the chamois felt right on a grueling and unrelenting 2 1/2 hour climb. The fabric feels great and vented well on a warm SoCal day. I love the wide waistband. Luna was spot on with these shorts. Outstanding fit, comfort and eye catching in a good way.
I've got quite a few mountain bike shorts (Descente, Fox, Sombrio, Zoic) and decided to try these since my buddy raved about the Men's version.
These shorts get first dibbs when I go for a ride. There's a softness to the fabric that makes it feel good on the skin. I'm 5'4" 125/130 and the small fits perfect with a little room to spare for comfort of movement. The rise is just below the navel up font and has anti-crack rise in the rear. The length just covers my knees.
The rear pocket holds my cell during a ride and the front pockets stash gel packs. The belt loops allow me to attach my camera on my belt for quick access. The thigh vents kinda work. The mesh liner is the softest, thinnest I've tried and the padding was good enough for a couple of hours on the saddle.
Looks great lounging around after a ride, too!
I bought these shorts because of the previous reviews and it was half off. I wasn't sure what the fabric would be like or if the back pockets were going to be big enough to practical.
Well, its my new favorite pair of mountain biking shorts! I'm 5' 04" and about 130, athletic build. I got the small and it fits just right. The rise is similar to Sombrio, just below the navel, which means no crack exposure when pedaling long uphills. Semi-fitted on the thighs, but not binding, since the fabric stretches. The length just touches my knees. Once I put it on, it stays in place. The back pockets are easy to get to and are made of mesh. It was large enough for me to keep my cell in one pocket and my little wallet in the other, while on a short ride. It didn't bother me riding with stuff in the pockets. The mesh liner is a nice bonus. Wide waistband, padding is not too thick and did it's job. The belt loops is another nice touch. I wear a belt and loop it to my camera case for scenic rides.
Great job Descente!
This shirt is the softest, silkiest merino I've worn and I have a few from 3 other brands. Works like merino should-wicks with no stink.
The fit is great. Not one spot where it is too tight. Kinda long, but because of that, great for mountain bike rides. I'm 5' 04" and about a buck 30 with an athletic build. The medium fits perfect.
The black color is a shade lighter than other black shirts, but if fine.
For $20, it's definitely a best buy. I would've paid twice the price if I knew how comfy it is.
I need a size chart for these Maloja shorts. I was also wondering what type of rise they have or if they fit more like Fox or Sombrio shorts for women.