Unpadded bike shorts Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Unpadded bike shorts Overview Bike Forum Chat Forum For Sale Wanted Forum Help Classified Rules Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) Unpadded bike shorts jekkylMember If you’re after cheap just get some of them ‘muddy fox’ ones from sportsdirect and rip the liner out. Posted 4 years ago GHillSubscriber Endura Singletrack? They work for me (but no doubt fall to bits for others…) Posted 4 years ago loddrikMember Hummvees? Never wear the padded liner in mine. Posted 4 years ago edward2000Member I use Endura Singletrack 2 shorts. Seem pretty decent Posted 4 years ago zilog6128Subscriber If you’re after cheap just get some of them ‘muddy fox’ ones from sportsdirect and rip the liner out. +1 I have a few pairs of these: http://www.sportsdirect.com/mfx-a-pure-breed-urban-shorts-mens-636101 If you just want some pockets (and maybe something to cover your shame!) then they are ideal. Posted 4 years ago takisawa2Subscriber Humvees. Never worn a liner, can’t stand them. Hiking shorts or, even worse, combats must be awful as they don’t stretch. Declathon do a good biking clothing range. But splash out on some Humvees & you’ll be a happy man. Posted 4 years ago chiefgrooveguruMember I wear Singletrack, Singletrack 2 and Zyme without liners. Generally keep the Zyme for colder dry times or more DH play days. I like the tweaks on the 2 vs the original Singletracks. Posted 4 years ago acjimMember Anyone got any recommendations for unpadded bike shorts? I normally use cut off combats with bibs underneath, but have been looking at “hiking” shorts as a possible alternative. The bike clothing ones all seem to be either DH (so thick and lairy) or lined. Obviously (!) the cheaper the better Posted 4 years ago NorthwindSubscriber Most quality shorts have removable liners or no liner at all… I use Altura Mayhems mostly, they come with a liner but it pops off and they’re still good value even if you throw it in the bin. Posted 4 years ago Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) The topic ‘Unpadded bike shorts’ is closed to new replies.