BEROY Women Quick Dry Breathable Cycling Skirt Shorts,Bike Skorts Pantskirt 3D Padded
- The bike skorts with Anti-UV,breathable and quick-dry performance,it can keep you feel fresh and comfortable during cycling
- Full sublimation print with Italy ink,as well never fade,easy to clean, our cycling pantskirt with adjustable internal drawstring for better fit
- Body-fitted cutting, anatomic multi-panel design, reflective elements on two side of skirt for low-light visibility
- The silicone gripper around the legs opening to stop them from going up, one Side Pocket(6"*3.5") on the right leg for storage
- Machine wash, hang dry, no bleach. 7.5" inseam.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 22.86 x 20.07 x 4.83 cm; 227 Grams
- Date First Available : 20 October 2018
- Manufacturer : beroy
- ASIN : B07JL1ZYKV
- Item Model Number : W3056ABS
- Department : Women's
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,277 in Sports, Fitness & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports, Fitness & Outdoors)
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Reviewed in the United States on 21 December 2019
Reviewed in the United States on 30 October 2020
One of the reasons is how the manufacturer stitched the skirt onto the waistband. The seaming does not lie flat, which means that the skirt poufs out around your waist. If you look carefully at the product picture (just under the waistband), you can start to get a sense of the "pouffing out" dynamic, although the effect is way more pronounced in person. It doesn't help that the skirt could be more flattering/elongating if it were longer (admittedly, I am longwaisted, with relatively short legs, so the skirt hem hits/puts a horizontal line at my widest part).
The skirt material itself is very thin. I am thinking of cutting the skirt off and just using one of my own skirts for a better effect, although I may have to rip out the seaming to get rid of the pouffing out dynamic. An alternative might be to top stitch the skirt down so it lies flatter; I am dubious that that would work thought. A bike shop employee also suggested just buying padded underwear for maximum flexibility and wear those under either a skirt or skort that flatters you.
In short, this product didn't work for me.