BALEAF Women's Bike Shorts Cycling Underwear 3D Padded Road Biking Bicycle Briefs MTB Spin Riding Peloton
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Since the padding is in the right spots, I wear them under my Lulu shorts and they do not show under the shorts, but I assume that if you wear something skinny they would show, but they really do not show that much because the padding is in the right places. Most of the part of it rests on the crutch because that's where the bike seat touches. A diaper look might be what they look like since they are up on your cheeks! My comfort level with them was excellent and when I wear them after a bike ride I don't worry about looking ridiculous. Likewise, you will be pleased with the outcome!
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The best Amazon purchase I have made so far is from this seller. I am not certain whether they are made in the US, however they are great. It is very helpful for me to work out on a stationary bike almost every day.
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My mountain biking is mostly done in hot, humid weather all year long where I live and bike. In a roundabout There are about 10 months in a year when it rains heavily. A key factor to maintaining a cool environment is wearing clothing that also offers functionality and protection. In an effort to address part of the issue of body heat, I tried the Baleaf Pure Black underwear style. It was a little tender in the crotch area after a short 8 mile ride due to chafing on my legs. At first, walking around in underwear was okay, but after chafing on my legs for several miles, it was a touch uncomfortable. Underwear in the area where this underwear is too wide is a problem. Furthermore, the padding for the sit bones does not seem to be very generous. I prefer to wear my other riding shorts because this one doesn't offer as much coverage. If you compare the padding you have in this underwear with the padding in my other riding shorts, you can readily see that these are significantly more supportive. I don't think the padding coverage is lacking, just the padding thickness. bring this up because these are supposed to be replacements for more generously fitting riding shorts, but the design in my opinion could be improved a bit for proper As a result, I tried a small, medium, and large, because the brand sizes vary I definitely felt that small was too small for me. I had to choose between a medium and a Although the large was comfortable, the leg openings were definitely loose (too loose - they didn't fit the shape of my legs). It fits well in the medium, though it is a bit snug on the legs. In my case, I chose the medium because I thought they might stretch a little after use and washing, but after three rides and washings, that doesn't seem to have happened. Please take note The washing is done with cold water and the drying is done on the line. In any case, they seem to be in good haven't tried any Chamois Butt'rs yet, but I don't have to wear it with any other riding shorts, either. It may help to know that I am in excellent athletic shape at 5'-0" A 150 lb. person will stand 8" tall. As a result, the shorts fit but are not comfortable enough to keep using because the crotch area is too wide, causing chafing. The sit bone padding is not thick enough to properly cover the bones. These two aspects should be addressed in order to make this underwear great. I would appreciate it if you would click the "Helpful" button below to let me know if this review was helpful to you*****.
The next day, when I told a friend how much my butt hurt after spin class, she recommended padded underwear, so since I need a size 2X and there aren't many options, I used The fitting is snug but comfortable (I wear a size 22 in jeans) and the padding is not excessive and are easy to wash and dry, they don't feel gross when you work up a sweat, and they don't feel gross when you work up a sweat. Having said that, I don't think there's much of a cushion you can use when you weigh over 200lbs. I think you just have to keep going to class or go riding and get used to it. It hurt the first time I wore these because I was still new to cycling. (And losing weight, of course. ) By the end of the sixth day I have seven classes with them, maybe they have an impact? I'll keep wearing them regardless, even if it is hard to tell.
It makes padded underwear for equestrians, but it is very expensive, so I decided to give these a shot. Having a cushioned seat makes the riding experience much more comfortable, as my seat bones aren't sore after a lesson, and I can actually center myself to ensure my horse is free to move. As much as I would like these to come in white, I won't be able to wear them during competition, since my breeches will be white. The medium however is extremely snug on me, I will probably buy a size larger next time. I am a size 6, I bought the medium (6/8), but the fit is very snug.
Underwear that is as good as those you can buy for a hundred dollars. Continue to stand your ground. Rides up and down without any problem. Knee-length is cooler than the rest of the body. Place the padding at the right places - The padding should not be placed there in any place that is not desired. Purchasing two for such a low cost doesn't make you feel extravagant.
Infrequent riders are more likely to submit negative reviews. The comfort of not wearing a chamois after biking is well appreciated. A damp chamois against your skin is not an appropriate choice when you are done with your ride. With this, I don't need sport specific cycling wear in the cooler months, so I can wear any shorts I like in summer (or cross country ski pants instead of summer shorts). There is one less wardrobe expense and one less wardrobe to buy.