Why We Like The SingleTrack Bib Liner II
We’ve already got our favorite pair of shorts, but without a comfortable pair of SingleTrack Bib Liner from Endura, we may as well be wearing nothing at all on the bike. These liners are perfect for an all-day adventure or when we’re just getting lifts in at the park. They even have a built-in pocket to store a water bladder or Endura spine pad, an added safety benefit even we didn’t think about that helps us stay confident on the bike.
- Liner bibs for every ride all-summer long
- Lightweight and sweat-wicking fabric keeps you cool and dry
- Rear pocket works well for extra water or spine protection
- Antibacterial chamois pad sheds bad smells
- Skin-tight fit prevents abrasion and chafing
- Item #EDA000Q
- 45% nylon, 37% polyester, 18% elastane
- 500-series Mountain
- 1 large rear, 1 small rear, 1 leg
- mesh panels
- Recommended Use
- downhill, enduro, trail
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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December 5, 2021
Nice chamois, super versatile
- I returned this product before using it
I returned these after trying them because I was looking for something lighter weight for our increasingly warm PNW summers. I didn't get to test the chamois since I tried on with underwear (as one must) but it looked like a good moderate thickness and felt soft to the touch. The multi tool aspect is pretty cool, in that you can sort of use these like a hydration vest. But then, like any multi tool it's somewhat incomplete. I'd rather just use a pack. The crotch/butt area fabric is heavy enough that you could get away wearing these without overshorts and not risk indecent exposure. But that's also why I chose not to keep them. Too much fabric overall for my needs and I'm not going use them without overshorts. I also found the seams in the upper back area to be slightly uncomfortable, but I do have notoriously sensitive skin. A word about the straps: they cleared my nipples easily so chafing wouldn't be a problem. Fit was as expected. I'm 5'9" and 185#, muscular but not very lean, and the large fit me well. Overall a good design and seem well made if this is what you're looking for.
Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com
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