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Yeah, you got it all.

The Castelli Women's Perla Shorts work like a pair of high-tech performance shorts, but they feel like your most comfortable lounge shorts. SoftFlex RS fabric teams up with seamless leg and waist bands and a Kiss3 Donna women-specific seat pad for a focus on comfort. They are great for long training days and prepping for race day.

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5 5

No complaints, these are great!

I love wearing bib shorts because most cycling shorts have an elastic waist that feels like it is trying to act more like a girdle than a functional cycling piece. Not so with the Perla shorts. The waistband is soft and stretchy, so you never feel like you are being attacked by them. Although these shorts are made mostly for short rides, I have take them on a few 50 milers and felt totally fine with the Kiss3 chamois. Get your hands on a pair of these beauties!

5 5

Real Good

I useually don't buy clothes for my wife but I took a chance on these and boy did I score. Apparently they are very cute and the waist band is the most comfortable out of any shorts she's had.

2 5

Lightweight

Loved the violet color.

Thin material, thin chamois. Might be good for spin class or hot summer days. Not what I want to wear for 3+ hours in the saddle so I returned them.

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Soft, seamless waist and leg bands are super comfortable

4 5

Nice shorts

Nice shorts - the purple is a fun color and is a nice change from black. The fabric is stretchy and comfortable. I have the vizio dues as well and these are comfy and looser though they offer no support. I'd use these for casual rides, the Due's for races.