|Brand size||Waist||Inside leg|
|Small||74 - 79||80|
|Small - Medium||79 - 81||80|
|Medium||81 - 86||81|
|Medium - Large||86 - 89||81|
|Large||89 - 95||83|
|X-Large||95 - 105||84|
|XX-Large||104 - 114||85|
- Spring/summer 2017
- New p.R.O. Transfer fabric in the body of the short provides superior comfort and optimal moisture transfer. With a 9.5 inch inseam [size medium]
- Select transfer fabric in selected panels sets the benchmark for moisture transfer
- Raw edge p.R.O. Transfer fabric at leg opening for soft stretch comfort with silicone for added grip
- BioViz reflective elements for low-light visibility. New elite escape 1:1 Chamois with floating top sheet design reduces friction
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 27.94 x 17.78 x 7.62 cm; 154.22 Grams
- Date First Available : 4 May 2018
- Manufacturer : Pearl iZUMi Ride
- ASIN : B01HOUX8SY
- Item Model Number : 11111706
- Department : Men's
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As it turns out they really are! At first I was worried they wouldn't be better because the padding seemed thinner than the lower model Quest shorts but it's actually more comfortable due to better materials and because it conforms better. Whereas the thicker padding on my previous shorts often gave me that weird "I feel like I've crapped my pants" sensation while walking around these don't. The leg grippers also didn't look like they'd work as well because they were just some thin rubber strips instead of the pronounced dimples on the Quest but they also turned out to be better. The thin rubber combined with the elastic material on the bottom of the shorts grips fine without leaving obvious marks on your skin when you take them off. They also have a nice cut that looks cooler. Subconsciously they feel like a racier pair of shorts (racy in the speed sense, not in terms of sexiness - although some could argue the latter due to the better looks) and they've since become my favorite pair to the point I bought another one ASAP once they went on sale again here on Amazon. I still use my cheaper Pearl Izumi's for normal training and local group rides but the Elites are now my go-to for long rides and events.
If you're looking to replace your shorts, and without breaking the bank, you can't go wrong with these.
They are not cheap, but definitely worth it. I am 65 and been riding on and off for over 20 years. I am done with the $25 shorts.
Just a note of caution, they run a bit small. According to the size chart, I should an M, but that was too tight, I had to return it and get a L and I have a 31-32 waist. I guess age plays a part too, as I have gotten older my hips seem to have expanded some.