Cycling shorts with padding that dont make you think you’re wearing a nappie?

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  • Cycling shorts with padding that dont make you think you’re wearing a nappie?
  • Kramer
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    Isn’t that what the padding is for? Incontinence on a bike ride? 😳

    trail_rat
    Member

    cheap shorts have that effect …

    endura 600 series chamois shorts

    Altura progel chamois shorts

    Continental team shorts

    all have thin chamois – im with you thick chamois shit !

    hopefiendboy
    Member

    Got some Altura Longs a month ago, worn them once. These days, padding in shorts seems to be about putting as much red coloured foam in as possible and making you feel like John Wayne as you walk along in them. I sympathise with toddlers and nappy wearing.

    What shorts/bib 3/4 are out there with nice minimalist but effective padding?

    Or are we looking at having the equivalent of an incontinence pad inside our cycling shorts these days?

    Keva
    Member

    I find that most padded shorts are crap. Buy baggies with removable liner, chuck liner in the bin. solved.

    Kev

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