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Slide into the Women's Gore Bike Wear Power 2.0 3/4 Tight, and it might not feel right. That's because your not on your bike yet, throw a leg over the pavement pony and start pedaling. Now the cycling specific cut begins to shine.
- Women specific chamois provides, support and cushioning
- reflective elements for safety
- Flatlock seams for reduced irritation
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A different chamois than most
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I ordered these in small and the front bunched up a lot in front, so ordered an XS. They bunch up somewhat, but I'm keeping them. I'm 5'4", 120 lbs--small hips, muscular legs. The shorts don't hurt while riding, although I've not ridden more than 30 miles in them, but my bottom "feels" them after I take them off. I don't know, but maybe that's what people mean when they say there's too much padding.
good all around
I prefer to have my knees covered while on my bike, so I like the below the knee length of these tights (I would like them even a bit longer) I can wear these spring, summer, & fall in Pacific Northwest. Very comfortable to ride in. Chamois is soft and flexible, not too bulky. Have to squiggle around a bit on my saddle to get it in the perfect place, but then it is (perfect!) The waist on these is a bit high, so rolled it down at first, but then traded down a size. Currently wearing size small (at 5'5", 117lbs).
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