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Take street style to the single track.

The Oakley Women's Vent MTB Short gets you ready to ride whether you're hungry for single track or you're just not in to Lycra. But don't be fooled by this Oakley shorts' street style—they rules the trail. Side seam venting gets the air flowing, while an ergonomic cut, foam padding, and a fixed mesh liner keep you comfortable in the saddle.

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2 5

They run small

They run small. I usual wear a large and I couldn't even get these on. Plus the padding didn't seem that great. I returned them and am going to try a pair of Pearl Izumi.

4 5

Good Short

Comfortable shorts, ordered a size smaller than I typically would. I do wish they had straps on the side to pinch the waist as the extra in the back provides a good place for mud to land, otherwise a good buy.

4 5

seem good

I'm a size 8 or 10 pant and I got these in medium. Most companies would probably have to order a size Large. Oakley's seem to run big in my opinion. Have the purplish color and like that the moab "red dirt" doesn't stain these as bad a some of my other shorts!

3 5

Alright bike shorts

I ordered these as a gift for my girlfriend in the boysenberry. She loved the color and wore them a hand-full of times and the zipper started popping open. The zipper is only about 3" long so it wasn't that big of a deal to her. She wanted to keep them, but I insisted on returning them. That night, I happened to be looking at chain love on the ODAT AP on my ipod Touch. There was another pair of oakleys for about the same price($32+s/h), hopefully they have a better zipper.

3 5

pretty good shorts

I got these for my girlfriend for MTB. the zipper was broken upon arrival but it wasnt that big of a deal to her so she kept them. they work great to keep her butt from hurting after a long ride and the quality seems to be pretty good. if you can pick these up for a good price then they will be adequete for the job. she is 5'4 and 120 lbs and the Small fit her pretty well.

4 5

Thumbs Up

After reading the reviews I ordered a medium and they fit perfectly. I normally wear an 8-10 (jean size 10). I also like that they sit low enough on the waist not to be too loose fitting. I'm a tall slim size 10 and normally things are way to big in the waist but these aren't a problem.

2 5

Look nice, not very functional.

I bought 1 size smaller than normally wear and the outer short fit is good. The liners fit well through the legs, however the pad is bulky and floats around like a loose diaper. The liner is also sewn in so I'll probably cut it out and use another liner. The outer short has a nice clean line and looks and feels great, but the 4 pockets are so narrow, that my small hands don't fit past the fingers, so they are practically useless for carrying GU, chapstick or anything else. Also, the zippers work rough. They still work, but not sure for how long. Oakley needs to pay attention to function.

1 5

Oakley Fails on the Trails!

:( Normally pleased with most Oakley Products but DISAPPOINTED in the Mountain Biking line. Zippers are cheap, fragile and teeth break easy. Though I think Oakley exceeds expectation in their snow gear I think they have failed with their Mountain Biking line. The shorts fit great but the moment they are put to the test on a trail they fail. Oakleys solution for 2008 was to use velcro! What girl out there wants velcro instead of a zipper for performance wear?