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Sugoi RSE Short - Women's $0.00
Take the sting out of many hours in the saddle.
Pull on Sugoi’s top-of-the-line Women’s RSE Short and head out for your weekly 70-miler knowing you’re wearing the coolest, most comfortable shorts around. Hours in the saddle are not a problem with the Sugoi FXE chamois, which features a women’s-specific design, VControl padding to dampen vibration, 3D mesh panels for increased ventilation, and four-way stretch side panels for unrestricted, chafe-free movement. The short’s stretchy Ultra Profi fabric features a textured grid against your skin to wick perspiration out to the smooth, aerodynamic surface. The RSE’s ten-panel, no-inseam construction, and flat-locked stitching give you the ultimate no-chafe fit.
Reviews & Community
I am a small woman and I need a size small...
I am a small woman and I need a size small in most shorts. I have tried medium and the pad gets hung on the seat if I get off the seat and then sit on it again. The other problem is that the waists are large or have the old string thing. I have large thighs and the bottom of the size small shorts dig into them. I ride an average of 40 miles routinely. I also do centurys and longer rides. I have been wearing knickers to avoid this issue but I would like to have a decent tan line. I tried on the Gore Power Lady today but they didn't have a small in the store. The medium was too big in the waist or I would have purchased them on the spot. I was looking at the Gore Ozone on this site but I am not sure if the legs are tight and my LBS doesn't carry them. Thanks.
Thought PI shorts were good until I tried these. No diaper effect. Unbelievable cushion. Rode from DC to Pittsburgh (320 miles) in less than 3.5 days. I had zero saddle issues. Can't say the same for my riding partners, who didn't have Sugoi shorts. By them; worth every penny if you are going on rides longer than 20 miles.
O so comfy
The Sugoi RSE shorts are the most comfortable shorts I've ever worn. While they are a tad bit longer than what I normally wear (I'm 5'2" and usually go for the "shorty" shorts) the chamois is the best I've ever come across. After 5 hours in the saddle, my butt isn't begging me for a break, and the next day, I'm ready to hit the trail again. Plus, the chamois doesn't get caught on the saddle when trying to reposition myself back on the saddle after a quick climb standing up, which is always nice!