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UMA GT Evo Half Short - Women's

3 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $69.50 Original price: $139.00
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UMA GT Evo Half Short

Updated and from their predecessor, the UMA GT Evo Half Short proves you can leave the bibs behind and still get the comfort and support you want and need, helping you perform your best on solo efforts or during challenging road races. The lack of bibs allows these shorts to remain comfortable during warm rides and make stopping for nature breaks a little easier. Whether these are your first pair of cycling shorts or a pair that you picked up for everyday training or racing, these bibs will serve you well.

In addition to the goldenGate tech mentioned above, the UMA GT Half Short brings a women's specific UMA insert which is cut narrow in the front to reduce bulk and increase comfort. The same _s7 chamois technology found throughout Assos' line is utilized here with the 8mm-thick memoryFoam material with remarkable return properties. It quickly resumes its original position and shape after deformation, filling the gaps between body and chamois created by your pedal stroke while your weight shifts. As you can imagine, the free-floating, goldenGate design also facilitates this gap-free fit, which keeps contact constant, to avoid chafing.

Finally, the superAir and waffle construction of the insert's layers warrant a shout out as they increase breathability and shed weight with negative space. They also effectively increase the material's surface area, transporting moisture away from your skin to accelerate drying for hours of comfort that go beyond what the insert's low weight would suggest. As a final measure, Assos treats the insert with odorControl, an anti-bacterial treatment that reduces unpleasant odors while improving durability.


  • Assos quality at a price within reach
  • Type.439 Diadema fabric wicks moisture and supports
  • regularFit balances comfort and compression
  • aeroFit supportive waistband stabilizes as you stretch out
  • goldenGate technology prevents chafing
  • iceColor fabric treatment reflects sunlight for cooler muscles
  • Item #AASZ014
80% nylon, 20% elastane
Chamois Thickness
Leg Gripper
Recommended Use
road cycling
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Overall Rating

3 based on 2 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

February 9, 2022

A large ? Really??

I ordered a large and I couldn't get them over my legs. I've always worn large w/ Assos. Not sure what is going on w/ manufacturing but this is ridiculous. Now I have to return on my dollar

5 out of 5 stars

October 11, 2021

Most comfortable waistband

I've put it through the wringer

These are the only shorts I've found that don't have a super constrictive waistband. Thank you, Assos! I just wish other brands could learn from this. The waist band is very broad and gently compressive, so there is no worry of them slipping down. This design really makes bibs obsolete, it's that good. The thigh bands are made of similar stuff, so you won't get experience any constriction of blood flow. The chamois is very plush, about 10 cm thick of really porous foam intermingled with denser layers. It gets the job done, I just feel like there's too much padding. If you watch the video on their website of the supermodel pedaling on the bike, you can see how 30 % of the chamois will never even touch the bike seat. And that super thick chamois goes pretty high up in the crotch too. Just why? There's more padding along the butt crack than there is on the seat bones. I don't get it.

Laura E

Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com