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ZOIC
Carbon Liner Short - Men's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Carbon Liner Short

Zoic's Carbon  Liner doesn't actually use carbon, but it does rock an Italian-made Elastic Interface MTB Performance chamois that helps your undercarriage stay comfortable on long rides and races. It's designed to be stretchy, moisture wicking, and anatomically padded, with different foams in different places for extra comfort and an ergonomic profile made for long days in the saddle.


Details

  • Mountain bike liners for optimal comfort in the saddle
  • Chamois cushions and supports your sit bones
  • Breathable, stretchy fabric keeps you cool and comfortable
  • Reverse stitching prevents chafing and irritation
  • Soft waistband ensures all-day ride comfort
  • Gripper elastic in the leg bands for a stay-put fit
  • Item #ZOIZ13A
Material
84% polyester, 16% spandex
Fit
form-fitting
Inseam
9in
Chamois
Elastic Interface MTB Performance
Pockets
1 Quick Draw
Waist
elastic
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 12, 2022

Very confortable

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These fit great and are very comfortable. Much better than the red trimmed ones that came with the Zoic bike shorts.

Daniel J
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com