If you’re a ‘shorts all year’ rider, you’ve found your shorts from now until next summer.
Good on and off the trail. More of a midwinter warmer than a midsummer’s dream, though.
If you can afford it, then it’ll certainly go the extra mile with and for you.
They’re carbon rimmed and have a healthy dose of science in the shape of a ‘Nano Surface Technology’ finish
The Highline II is Sombrio’s top of the range short. It’s designed from four-way stretch material and comes complete with an inner short. Small ventilation holes are located on the inner thigh and rear hip panels. Two zipped side pockets and a rear zipped waistband pocket provide some storage if needed. The cut of the […]
Troy Lee’s Ace short is designed with what it calls “gritty XC” in mind and that’s fairly clear from the snug, tailored fit. Luckily it’s available in two-inch increments from 30in to 38in (you may want to go bigger than you think you are, as they are sized rather snugly), and with the four-way stretch […]
This is the second iteration of Endura’s Singletrack short, and the synonymous naming is purely coincidental… That said, I could draw plenty of parallels between our magazine and these shorts were I so inclined. Practical, down-to-earth and sleeker than the average baggy, they have become a very useful bit of everyday kit for me. Construction […]
Although these Gore Bike Wear Fusion Trail shorts are in keeping with this year’s ‘TicTac’ fashion colour palette, they also come in brown or black. They’re made of a lightweight matte nylon with a thin Windstopper panel on the back and crotch for spray protection. A couple of side mesh panels aid ventilation and continue […]
The Birm Queen is a great cross-country short with a flattering, slimmer cut. Though relatively heavy for hot and sunny summer trail riding, discrete mesh-lined and zipped thigh vents add some cooling. The mid-weight fabric does, however, give the feel of an ultra-durable short with a sturdy, ‘built to last, get your money’s worth’ construction; […]