Have found these comfy although only been using a month so can’t comment on long termPosted 3 years agoconcretejMember
I had the Decathlon team kits from 3 years ago and after racing and trainig the stitching on the shorts are unravelling but I guess I got fair use out of them for £45.00 each.Posted 3 years ago
I have recently bought Europcar team kits off ebay for £20 ‘ish and the quality is up there in my opinion with Decathlon.After six races and some lenghthy training miles the kits shows no sign of unravelling just yet, so much so i’ve ordered another kit.slowpuncheurMember
Standard STW answer is Zipvit
Great if you can use the discount code. Still decent value at full price. If you are prepared to wait they’ll be on sale agains soon. I paid about £20 quid for a pair and they’re really good.Posted 3 years agosoma_richMember
I rate these, rode the Bristol bike fest in them and been commuting in them, I got a free pair of socks with mine to.Posted 3 years ago
I use Funkier bibs too, with the gel pad – mine are the 17 panel top end ones
Used them on the C2C / Reivers tandem ride we did recently, one day I switched to a cheaper pair of Aldi shorts that I had as a spare and really noticed the difference in comfort – the Aldi ones are fine for short MTB rides but I won’t be using them for road rides any morePosted 3 years agonbtMemberwrote:
How long have you been using the gel pad? I found my Lusso gel pad became very flat after a few years of use. Will stick to normal pads now – those Zipvit ones are good.
I’ve had these bibs a few months. They’re the only ones with gel pads that I’ve got, everything else is plain albeit with differing thicknesses of pads
maybe room for an article in there somewhere?Posted 3 years agolightmanMember
If you don’t mind wearing out of date Pro kit, then something like this is a good price for quality shorts. Just got mine and they come with a pocket for your team radio too!Posted 3 years ago
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