ZOIC Uptown Knicker - Women's $63.95
Uptown and all around.
Knickers have quickly become a favorite among dedicated cyclists because of their ability to ride the fine line between warmth and ventilation. The Uptown Women's Knicker does just that, except it gets a dose of Zoic cycling knowhow to boost comfort and usability.
The Uptown features a blend of polyester and elastane to provide stretch for freedom of movement and wicking performance. They have a stylish cut that works both on and off the bike, and elastic side-adjuster tabs with hook-and-loop closures help you dial in fit. The 18-inch inseam falls mid-calf, so you won't get the Uptown tangled in your drivetrain.
The inseam features a gusset for superior range of motion and to eliminate seat hang-ups. The two front pockets and one rear pocket are zippered to keep essentials secure. Each leg also gets zippered cargo pockets for added storage -- the one on the right leg is equipped with headphone cord port and loop.
The Zoic Uptown Women's Knicker has reflective logos for low-light safety. It's available in sixes Small through XX-Large and comes in three colors; Castle, Black, and Wisp.
(91.4 - 96.5cm)
(97.8 - 102.9cm)
(104.1 - 109.2cm)
(110.5 - 115.6cm)
(116.8 - 123.2cm)
(68.6 - 73.7cm)
(76.2 - 81.3cm)
(83.8 - 88.9cm)
(91.4 - 99.1cm)
(101.6 - 109.2cm)
(111.8 - 116.8cm)
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Natural Waist:
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
What community has to say
Great on the trail and around town
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I am the kind of lady who likes all of her clothes to be multifunctional. If I can't wear it on the trail and in town, I usually don't want it. The Zoic Uptown pants are great. Although the fabric feels a bit flimsy, it holds up really well. The thing I like most about these pants is the articulated knees. When you are riding the knees stay in place, so you aren't fighting with the fabric. The waist also deserves a good word. Snap closure, drawstring inner, and belt loops give you lots of options when it comes to keeping your pants on. I've used this on the trail, riding around town, and even while working in my yard and love them a little more every time I put them on. I'm 5'9", 125, mostly legs and slender hips, and I wear a medium in these.
One in a million cycling pants!
I am about 5'7", 130 lbs, and very curvy (meaning wide behind, narrowish waist). I had a hard time finding cycling bottoms that don't pull down and expose all in the back. I have lycra and wool tights that work great for long rides, but I needed pants that I can walk around in when I get to destinations around town. These are the ones! They are form fitting but not tight; thin enough to wear in hot weather; roomy enough for a base layer if called for; and they just look like pants.