Solano Chamois Tight
The Solano's have been a staple in Garneau's lineup for years, bringing protection and warmth to all of your fall and winter cycling endeavors. The stretchy softshell exterior keeps moisture and cold air out, while the brushed interior retains body heat and wicks away sweat when you're riding hard.
Garneau gives the Solano 3's a new HiTop waistband that sits taller in the back than previous generations. This enhances comfort and support, but also keeps the tights in place as you move in and out of the saddle during hard pedaling efforts. The AirZone chamois remains the same, a proven design that cushions your sit bones on longer rides while maintaining breathability and moisture-wicking comfort.
- Stay warm and protected with these cold-weather cycling tights
- Softshell fabric blocks cold air and the elements
- Brushed interior insulates and wicks away moisture
- New HiTop waistband improves comfort and support
- AirZone chamois relieves pressure from your sit bones
- Easy-access pocket on right thigh for storing small essentials
- Reflective accents front and rear to help you be seen
- Drawstring waistband lets you dial in the fit
- Item #LGN00N6
- [face fabric] Supra WindDry 4-way stretch 3-ply softshell, [lining] HeatMaxx 4-way stretch knit with brushed back, [inserts] Endurexx
- fall, winter, spring
- 1 easy-access at right thigh
- accents on front and back
- Recommended Use
- road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
5 based on 2 ratings
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April 13, 2021
Review of tights
- I've put it through the wringer
- Size Bought:
True to size but looks small when you first take out of the package. My husband is 6 feet tall and weighs 170-175 so the large fit him perfectly. We live in the south so these cycling tights were warm enough during winter months. Only thing that would make these better is zippers at bottom of legs to help get them on and off. I wash these in machine on "hand wash" cycle and air dry. They wash up nicely and still look brand new after wearing them this winter. Husband rides about 3-4 times a week approximately 20-25 miles a ride.
November 4, 2020
- I've put it through the wringer
I've picked up a new pair for the past few years to keep my gear fresh. Love these! I got my size dialled in perfect with Garneau gear which is a huge reason for returning even for my shorts. Fit is sweet, love the drawstring waist (all cycling lycra should have this), and the chamois fits in just the right place in the saddle. Newer versions seem thicker than my old (favorite) pair from past seasons. I've worn them into the 20's and stayed toasty even though I'm not very aero with a puffy keeping my core warm??. If need be, I toss a pair of soccer shorts or windpants over them for extra protection, or to run to the store. The chamois eliminates need for messing around layering over my summer shorts which feels wicked bulky to me. They are comfortable enough that I would probably wear them to lounge around the house if I didn't think it a little wierd. These will continue to be my winter cycling tights until I find a warmer pair that doesn't destroy my meager budget!
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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