Dungarees for mountain biking? Yes, that’s a thing. Chief overall wearer Hannah tests out the POC Consort MTB dungaree.
Product: Consort MTB Dungaree
Tested: by Hannah for 2 months
Three things I’d change
- The colour – something less staining would be better.
- The price – I could live with losing a few features to save a few quid.
- The bum – I want these to last for ever, so some extra reinforcement against grinding grit would be welcome.
Three things I loved
- Being the right temperature all over – no cold legs sticking out, or cold draughts getting in.
- The cut of the legs is spot on (for me).
- Getting to wear dungarees even more often. Down with waistbands!
I’m not sure which I hate buying more: shoes, or trousers. Get shoes wrong and you end up with two receptacles for your feet that rub and hurt, cost quite a lot, and can’t be returned because by the time you’ve discovered they hurt you’ve already worn them outside. Trousers don’t usually make it past the till, because there are so many ways in which they won’t fit: too short, too tight in the hip but too big in the waist, too tight everywhere, too low in the bum, too tapered, too flared. Don’t go shopping with me. You’ve been warned.
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