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Men’s Summer Fashion Letter MOUNTAIN TOP Logo Printed Drawstring Waist Gray Cotton Casual Relaxed Sweat Shorts

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  • Type: Sweat Shorts
  • Pattern Type: Letter,Print
  • Color: Grey
  • Material: Cotton
  • Closure Type: Drawstring Waist
  • Waist Type: Mid
  • Hips(cm): L:104, XL:110, 2XL:116
  • Length(cm): L:50, XL:53, 2XL:55
  • Waist(cm): L:62-86, XL:64-100, 2XL:70-104
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XL 43 21 25-39
2XL 45.5 21.5 27.5-41

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MOUNTAIN TOPS Drawstring-Waist Mens Summer Beach Casual Sweat Shorts

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  • Type: Sweat Shorts
  • Pattern Type: Graphic
  • Color: Burgundy
  • Material: Cotton Blends
  • Closure Type: Drawstring Waist
  • Waist Type: Mid
  • Hips(cm): M:104, L:108, XL:112, 2XL:118, 3XL:122
  • Length(cm): M:50, L:54, XL:58, 2XL:64, 3XL:70
  • Waist(cm): M:68-74, L:74-80, XL:82-92, 2XL:92-105, 3XL:102-115
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Best Mountain Bike Shorts 2021

Long ago, when mountain bikers began to define their own ride style and develop equipment suited for their unique needs, they borrowed from surf and motocross apparel to create shorts that were more protective and functional than the Lycra used on road rides and by cross-country racers. These were looser-fitting than the tight bibs made of spandex and became known as baggies.

Below, see quick reviews of the five top performers from our mountain bike shorts testing, then read on for deeper review of these and other models.

Best for XC

Specialized Atlas XC Comp

Light, breathable, form-fitting, yet long enough to wear with pads

Best for Women

Wild Rye Freel

competitivecyclist.com

$99.00

Great water resistance, six fun colors, and comfy stretch fabric make them a favorite

Best Overall

Bontrager Rhythm

trekbicyclesuperstore.com

Light, comfortable, breathable, and with good water repellency, these shorts have it all

Best Pad Compatability

POC Essential Enduro

Lightweight, but with patches of more durable material to withstand more aggressive riding—and crashes 

Best All-Arounder

Pearl Izumi Summit

competitivecyclist. com

$110.00

Solid, stretchy material that fits nicely and holds up to crashes. The button closure is a nice, simple addition.

A generation later, the term no longer works. Modern mountain bike shorts have evolved into high-performance gear made for the unique challenges of riding on trails. They’re light, breathable, and fit snugly without being restrictive. This is most evident in trail shorts, which we review here.

There’re heavier, meant for more aggressive riding, but most mountain bikers will be best served by this common style. Generally, trail shorts are form fitting to not snag on a seat. They’re constructed of lightweight, breathable material (typically nylon or polyester or a blend of similar fabrics), often coated with a durable water repellent to keep moisture from soaking through. The better ones have a secure waist snap or buckle, a pocket on the side or rear for a phone, micro waist adjustments, and effective ventilation. Many weigh less than 200 grams (about half a pound).

While you can finder cheaper options, and some that cost more, we focused our testing on models that run about $100. These deliver everything you need for a sweaty session on your favorite trails.

How We Tested

We rode multiple laps in each pair of shorts on one our local trail systems. Each was around 9 miles, included roughly 1,000 feet of climbing, and took about an hour and a half. We did this during late spring, with temps in the high 70s or low 80s on most rides. We evaluated the shorts on their fit, ventilation, comfort, and utility. And our women testers evaluated the women-specific shorts on a similar loop in similar conditions.

We also performed targeted testing on each model’s durable water repellent (DWR) treatment. DWR won’t make polyester or nylon shorts waterproof (liquid can still penetrate seams and zippers), but even we were surprised to see how well the coatings prevent water from passing through. And because it’s a treatment that sticks to the fibers, not between them, DWR won’t affect breathability too much. In fact, it can help, given it keeps your shorts from becoming soggy with sweat or rain (which can inhibit breathability).

Trevor Raab

We formed a small “cup” in the fabric and secured it over a jar. Then we poured in 50ml of water and started the stopwatch. We timed how long the fabric on the front side of the mid thigh prevented water from leaking through, avoiding any seams or pockets in our test area. Because chemicals and dyes in detergent can make DWR treatments less effective, we did this to new shorts, then again after one wash and after five. The six models below lasted for our max time of five minutes without a drop of water leaking through, even after all five washes.

Most, but not all, of the shorts we tested came with a padded liner. But since these are usually low quality and many riders prefer tossing those and wearing better-fitting bib shorts, we didn’t evaluate them during this test.


―BEST OVERALL―

Bontrager Rhythm

Rhythm Shorts, $95

Bontrager
trekbikes.com

  • Fabric could tear more easily than on other models

These shorts excel at every measure we looked at: They’re the lightest in the test (178 grams), most comfortable, have excellent water repellency, boast smartly placed pockets, are breathable, and have a simple but secure buckle system that allows you to fine tune the fit. The only drawback is that the lightweight fabric could tear more easily, but it held up admirably on our rides, surviving a few hip-to-dirt crashes during testing. Despite the minimal feel, Bontrager packed the shorts with pockets. There are two front ones for basic stuff, a deeper one for your phone placed out of the way below your hip, and a small zippered one for keys or cash. The 14-inch inseam should fall just about the knees on most riders—long enough for pads.


―BEST FOR XC―

Specialized Atlas XC Comp

Atlas XC Comp Shorts

Specialized
specialized.com

$19.00

  • Some riders may not like the pocket placement

These are among the tightest-fitting shorts we tested: They hug your waist, hip, and thighs comfortably, minimizing fabric that can catch on a saddle or flap in a breeze. Yet the leg openings (and 14-inch inseam length) provide enough room for knee pads. The material shed water exceptionally well in our test, yet remains nicely breathable—one of the most balanced in those two areas of our batch of testing shorts. The zippered side pockets are deep enough for most phones, but hold your gear toward the front of your leg, which some riders may not like as much as the pockets located on the rear or side. But because the fit is tight, your phone or other essentials doesn’t sway too much as you pedal. The 189-gram Atlas are shorts that will perform well during an XC or marathon race, but also on any old trail ride.


―BEST FOR WOMEN―

Wild Rye The Freel

Freel Short – Women’s

Wild Rye
competitivecyclist.com

$99.00

Our testers have raved about these do-it-all shorts in the past, and their performance in our most recent testing solidifies their place as our favorite women’s short. At 226 grams, they’re not the lightest, but the sturdy, four-way stretch material resists tears and has a great feel against your skin. And the shorts move well with your body as you pedal. The DRW coating withstood water for the full five minutes in our testing and held up well to multiple washes. The Freel come in six bright patterns, and the 12-inch inseam (for size 8) sits just at the knees, an ideal length for all-day rides or shorter rips with friends.


―BEST PAD COMPATIBILITY―

POC Essential Enduro

Essential Enduro Shorts

POC
backcountry.com

$99.95

  • Good breathability-durability balance

Available in men’s and women’s versions, these shorts impressed all of our testers. Despite the enduro name, they’re light enough for sweaty pedal-fests, weighing in at 233 grams. The DWR-coated fabric withstood our water penetration test, even after multiple washes. POC included patches of abrasion-resistant material on the hips, but the shorts feel airy and breathable. Two zippered pockets on the thigh provide space to store your phone or food. The longer inseam and articulated knees make them compatible with pads, giving these shorts the versatility for short XC rides or ripping laps on your favorite descents.

Buy Men’s | Buy Women’s


―BEST ALL-AROUNDER―

Pearl Izumi Summit

Summit Shorts

Pearl Izumi
competitivecyclist.com

$110.00

  • Breathability could be better

These impressive shorts scored well across the board. They’re comfortable, fit well, and have good water repellency and smartly placed pockets. At 191 grams, they’re relatively light and the nylon fabric breathes well, though not quite as well as top models like the Bontrager. That said, the four-way-stretch ripstop nylon is a little sturdier and should stand up to tears or rips better over a season or two of hard use. Pearl makes women’s Summit Shorts with a 12-inch inseam—they cost $80 and use polyester instead of nylon material.

Buy Men’s | Buy Women’s


―MOST SECURE FIT―

Fox Flexair

Flexair No Liner Short

Fox Racing
competitivecyclist.com

$99.95

  • Perforations for venting
  • Wide, stretchy waistband

Fox makes several versions of the Flexair. This one (available for men and women) uses a heavier four-way-stretch fabric. The 211-gram shorts are still light enough for all-day use on summer rides but should hold up to crashes, spills, or lounging on rocks if you find a swimming hole along the way. Their DWR resisted any water leaking during our test, and micro holes on the inner thigh help breathability. The ratcheting buckle offers a secure closure, but is a bit bulkier than some other models here. And there’s no closure for the fly, which is unusual but wasn’t a big deal—just know that you may awkwardly be looking for it at the trailhead the first time you wear these shorts. Our testers really appreciated the wide, stretchy waistband in the back that kept the shorts from sliding down while bunnyhopping logs or rattling over roots. These are solid options for trail riding, but the longer length and sturdier material makes them even better suited for enduro-style riding.

Best mountain bike shorts: the best MTB shorts we’ve tested

Mountain bike shorts or baggies came to be because mountain bikers didn’t want to look like roadies. It started with downhillers and has since permeated through mountain biking all the way to cross-country riders, and even quite a few drop-bar gravel grinders, too. But there is more to it than just style; the best mountain bike shorts offer a bit more protection from the trail itself and grabby fauna because the materials are more robust than Lycra. Most also receive a DWR or durable water repellent treatment that will cause water to bead and run off, rather than soaking straight into the fabric.

The best mountain bike shorts come in all shapes and sizes, but more riders are slipping on a pair over the top of their bibs or short liners for the casual style, and some could almost double as everyday shorts. However, they maintain technical features like zippered pockets, vents and a reinforced crotch. Skip to our guide covering what you need to know when choosing the best mountain bike shorts.

Best mountain bike shorts

(Image credit: POC)

POC Resistance

Lots of fit options for every riding style

Sizing: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL | Pockets: Hip and rear | Liner: Not included | Inseam: 13in (Enduro) | Colours: 1

Multiple cuts and fits for different riding styles

Well placed anti-tear fabric

Expensive

Swedish outfit POC makes its resistance shorts in three different cuts; XC, Enduro and DH (available in women’s specific versions of each cut). From the former to the latter, the inseam gets longer and the fit baggier to accommodate the increasing levels of padding for each riding style. 

The shorts are all made from four-way stretch fabric, each is ‘pre-shaped’ with more material on the front of the knees and a taller back of the waist to offer a better fit in the riding position. What makes these shorts unique is the built-in Cordura and Vectran tear-resistant panels strategically placed to provide optimal protection in a crash. 

(Image credit: Specialized)

Specialized Mountain Liner SWAT

Innovative features help banish the backpack

Sizing: S, M, L, XL, XXL | Pockets: Three rear, two leg | Liner: NA | Inseam: 9.5in | Colours: 1

Pockets galore

Lightweight mesh fabric

Quality chamois also adds comfort

Mesh fabric leaves nothing to the imagination

If you’re anything like us, you hate riding with a mountain bike backpack, which often means making hard choices when it comes to bringing tools or an extra energy bar. As a part of its SWAT system, Specialized has allowed us to indulge my packrat tendencies with the latest Mountain Liner bibs. With three road style pockets on the braces and two elasticated pockets on the thighs, you can nearly bring the kitchen sink with you. 

With a high-quality chamois, the VaporRize mesh fabric that makes up the majority of the short is designed to cooling and lightweight. However, you will want to pair these with your favorite baggies as the material is fairly translucent and shows off a bit more than anybody wants to see. 

(Image credit: Patagonia)

Patagonia Dirt Roamer

Slim but comfortable fit and lightweight fabric

Sizing: 28-40 | Pockets: Left thigh | Liner: Not included | Inseam: 11.5in | Colours: 3

Lightweight, breathable, extremely stretchy fabric

Welded seams

Available in Men’s and Women’s cuts

Lack of storage

Patagonia is far from the first big outdoor brand to start making mountain bike gear, but I’d argue they’ve done it pretty well. The Dirt Roamer shorts are made from 87% recycled four-way stretch pedal-friendly polyester and see sonic-welded seams throughout the entire short. There is no ventilation to speak of, but the fabric is so light you don’t need it. They are slim fitting and feature a scalloped knee and tall back, yet don’t suffer from an overly XC fit like the brand’s first mountain bike shorts, the Dirt Craft.

Instead of Velcro waist adjusters, the Dirt Roamers feature what Patagonia calls the ‘Opposite closure’ which uses a piece of webbing connected to the button closure and zippered fly. The Dirt Roamers only feature a single pocket, which limits what you can carry, but it’s well placed, meaning your phone or keys won’t flop around as you pedal.

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Morvelo Rise and Descend Shorts

Shorts for getting rad on the ups and downs

Sizing: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL | Pockets: Hip and rear | Liner: Not included | Inseam: Unpublished | Colours: 1

Comfortable lightweight fabric

Men’s and Women’s cuts available

Great value

Only come in black

As the name suggests, Morvelo’s Rise and Descend are a pair of trail shorts that are designed to take on all riding and get R. A.D. will doing so. Four-way stretch gives the freedom to through shapes while the ripstop fabric wards off tears when it goes wrong. The shorts also get a DWR treatment for when the weather is unpleasant and vents for when the weather is too nice.

Two front pockets give some storage and a rear zippered pockets stop your keys and coins from flying out down the trail. Morvelo’s Rise and Descend are available in both men’s and women’s versions. Simple styling means you won’t look out of place in the pub after a ride as well. 

(Image credit: Fox Racing)

Fox Racing Ranger

A great do-it-all option from Fox Clothing

Sizing: 28-44 | Pockets: Hip and cargo | Liner: Removable | Inseam: 12in | Colours: 4

Durable fabric

Cargo pockets hold contents close to the leg

Size adjuster

No zippered fly

Made from medium-weight two-way stretch ripstop fabric with a Durable Water Repellent finish to ward of puddle splashes and dirt. The Fox Ranger has a middle-of-the-road fit, with room for knee pads, but the legs are still trim enough not to get in the way while you pedal. The crotch sits high, so it’s not going to snag on your saddle and the combo of two hip pockets and a small zippered cargo pocket do well to keep their contents stable and out of the way.

The Ranger shorts don’t feature velcro size adjusters or a built-in belt system, instead, using a goggle strap inspired system that offers plenty of adjustment, which most of all keeps your pants up. They do come with a detachable dual-density liner, which isn’t terrible as far as included liners go, but we still prefer to use our own.

(Image credit: Troy Lee Designs)

Troy Lee Designs Flowline

Relaxed fit trail or enduro shorts with plenty space for pads

Sizing: 28-40 | Pockets: Hip | Liner: Yes | Inseam: 14in | Colours: 3

Durable

Fit works across riding styles

Baggier than rivals

We are big fans of Troy Lee Design and have used the same pair of shorts for a number of years now and, despite the rough and tumbles of enduro racing and backcountry epics, they are holding up incredibly well.

The 2020 Flowline shorts strike a balance between pedaling efficiency and toughness so they are suited to nipping out for a casual trail ride as they are turning to something more gravity orientated. The legs are baggy enough to comfortably accommodate knee pads and waistband grippers help stop them from sliding down mid descent.

(Image credit: Endura)

Endura Women’s SingleTrack Lite

Well established warm weather shorts for trail riding

Sizing: XS, S, M, L, XL | Pockets: Hip and rear waist | Liner: Not included | Inseam: Unpublished | Colours: 3

Lightweight and well ventilated

Zippered pockets

Durable

Doesn’t include a liner

Endura’s Singletrack range has been around for a long time, getting tweaked and updated as materials and designs improve. The Singletrack Lite SS20 has been designed for summer days and dusty trails. 

To make these shorts light and cool, tough stretchy nylon has been perforated for extra venting so that they don’t interrupt your ride by restricting movement or overheating. The shorts are compatible with Endura’s Clickfast liner system although these need to be purchased separately for $39.99.

(Image credit: Nukeproof)

Nukeproof Nirvana Women’s

Shorts for everything from trail to enduro

Sizing: XS, S, M, L, XL | Pockets: Hip | Liner: BYO | Inseam: 12in | Colours: 2

Tough Cordura fabric

Goggle storage and key lanyard built into the pockets

Sizing on the larger side

Constructed from tough anti-abrasion Cordura fabric, the Nukeproof Nirvana shorts are built to withstand plenty of the rough and tumble that comes along with gravity riding. The seams are fully bonded for better comfort and triple sticking on the inside legs further reinforces durability.

Two zipped pockets keep your possessions secure which have a built-in bag for storing goggles or sunglasses when they aren’t being worn on one side. The other has a key clip to make sure you can get back into your car or house at the end of the ride.  

Best mountain bike shorts: what you need to know

Inner vs outer

If you’re looking to swap your lycra for baggy mountain bike shorts, you’ll often see terms like inner shorts and outer shorts. It may seem nonsensical to wear two pairs of riding shorts, but it’s not all that different from your undies and your regular pants. The inner short or liner will be tight-fitting, made from highly wicking breathable fabric and feature a chamois. They come in both shorts and bibs, and some have pockets on the braces similar to a road jersey.

Most outer shorts are BYO liner, and this is because everybody has their own personal preference—you can also wear road bibs or shorts here too, but they don’t breathe quite as well. Some shorts do come with a short liner, we have found often included inner shorts will be of lesser quality, especially in the chamois and fit. 

Adjustability

Even if your shorts match your exact dimensions on the size chart, you’re still going to want some adjustability in the waist which often comes in the form of Velcro pulls on the waistband. We prefer shorts with the adjustment on the outside because they are easier to access and won’t irritate your skin or eat up inner shorts; the downside is that they can catch on things like the inside of your jersey. We are also seeing a lot of brands incorporate webbing and buckle-based adjustments, which work well, but can be damaged in a crash and leave you stuck with your pants down.

We also like shorts with belt loops, which in combination with elastic belts like those from Arcade keep your pants right where they should be and interface well with bum bags too. 

Pockets

When you go for a mountain bike ride, you’re going to have your phone, keys and maybe a bar or gel to take along, among other things. Cargo pockets can hold plenty of gear but are susceptible to swinging as you pedal and I’ve had more than a few gels pop inside pockets in a crash. Hip pockets tend to place gear on top of your thigh and are less susceptible to movement or crash damage – provided they are deep enough they shouldn’t need a zipper.

Fit

Depending on the style of riding you’re doing, you may be looking for a short that doesn’t restrict pedaling motion or possibly something a bit burlier with room for knee pads, offering a bit of abrasion-resistance. Shorts targeted at XC riders will be more form-fitting, slightly shorter in length and made from lighter materials. Gravity oriented shorts will be made from heavier materials and will be longer and baggier for more coverage and to make room for armor. 

Fly

At the very least, the best mountain bike shorts should have a snap button closure or maybe even two. If the shorts you are looking at trade a zip fly for something else like Velcro, avoid like the plague. 

Style

While we often focus solely on the technical aspects of gear, style is equally important. No matter how technically sound a product is, if it makes you look like Vince Noir from the Mighty Boosh out on the trail, it’s probably going to stay in your drawer.  

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5 Best Women’s Mountain Bike Shorts & How To Choose!

They say diamonds are a girls best friend, but we think a good pair of mountain bike shorts can be too. If you’re spending big hours in the saddle, good shorts can be the difference between comfort and misery. Also, we know you’re not vain–but a good pair of mountain bike shorts should look good in that summit pic.

Here’s a round-up of our favorite women’s mountain bike shorts. These picks are comfortable, durable, and look good. If you need help choosing, scroll to the bottom to view our comparison chart and for our tips on picking the best short for you.


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You can read all about these shorts below (and find reviews), but if you prefer video content, we’ve made a little vid about each of these shorts too.

Shredly MTB Short

Shredly is a women’s-specific company that makes beautiful cycling clothing for ladies. The Shredly MTB short (and the MTB long) come in a huge variety of colorful designs.

We dig the adjustable, contoured waistband, and the invisible thigh vents that help keep things cool when it gets hot. They also come in a “Curvy” version with an amazing yoga pant waistband.

The only deal-breaker for some is the lack of a zippered pocket for valuables.

Read Our Review: Shredly MTB Shorts

Price (MSRP): $98+


Wild Rye Freel

Cutest shorts ever?! Quite possibly. We love every single color and pattern that Wild Rye puts out.

Fortunately, the Wild Rye Freel short is as comfortable as it is attractive. The fabric is super stretchy and does a good job of accommodating women with muscular thighs and bums.

This is an enduro-length short meaning that it’s a little bit longer than your average short. Thanks to the extra length, the Freel works well with knee pads and for anybody wanting a little extra coverage.

The only bummer is the price, which is pretty stiff for a pair of shorts without a chamois. But you can’t really put a price on a great pair of mountain bike shorts, can you?

Read Our Review: Wild Rye Freel Short

Price: $119


Zoic Navaeh

We like the Zoic Navaeh shorts thanks to their comfortable chamois, adjustable waistband, and stretchy material. The shorts come in multiple colors and patterns and flatter nearly any figure. If you like pockets, the Naveah shorts have PLENTY–and they are all zippered.

The legs are a little narrow so if you have thicker thighs (like me!) that might be something to consider.

Read Our Review: Zoic Navaeh

Price (MSRP): $85 (with liner), $65 (without liner)


Club Ride Eden

Looking for a “shorter” short? The Club Ride Eden is just what you want. The 7″ inseam allows you to get a better suntan and has a feminine look. It works great on the trails and for the pub after your ride.

The short has a comfortable, minimalistic chamois and the back is cut a bit high so you don’t end up showing off any plumber’s crack. We also like the reflective details, so cars will see you when biking home from the aforementioned pub.

While many will dig the no-diaper feel of the liner, other ladies may want something more substantial.

Read Our Review: Club Ride Eden

Price (MSRP): $100


Yeti Norrie 2.0

Here’s another longer short that is perfect for use with kneepads. The water-resistant fabric helps keep you dry and is stretchy enough to be comfortable on both big climbs and downhill days.

The only thing to be aware of when ordering is that they run a bit small, and the legs are narrower than most. I have a larger bum and thighs and wish I had sized up in these.

Read Our Review: Yeti Norrie 2.0

Price (MSRP): $110


Honorable Mentions

These shorts didn’t make our list of favorites, BUT they might be a great option for YOU. ‘Cause, ya know, every body is different.

POC Resistance Enduro Mid Short

The POC Resistance short is designed specifically for riding with knee pads so you won’t get that weird gap between your pads and your shorts.

The super lightweight breathable fabric, side vents, and mesh liner make it a favorite for warm-weather riding. As with all our favorite bike shorts, the waste is highly adjustable and can fit a wide range of body shapes.

They do NOT come with a chamois, so make sure to buy one separately if needed.

Price (MSRP): $160


Fox Ripley Short

We like the Fox Ripley short because it is reasonably priced and comes with a comfortable, removable liner. The legs are a bit shorter than others on this list, which could be good or bad depending on your personal preference.

When ordering keep in mind that they run large, so order a size smaller than you would normally.

Price (MSRP): $80


Patagonia Dirt Craft MTB Shorts

Patagonia makes mountain bike shorts? Yup, we were surprised at first too. But also really, really happy because Patagonia stuff is the best. Not only are there clothes ethically sourced, but they’ll also help repair your clothing item if it is ever damaged or torn.

As for the Patagonia Dirt Craft shorts, they come with an amazingly comfortable chamois–like THE most comfortable chamois. The shorts themselves are comfortable as well, but they look a little frumpy compared to shorts like the ones from Shredly.

Price (MSRP): $149


Club Ride Savvy

If comfort, is your number one priority, consider the Club Ride Savvy. These are pretty much the most comfortable pair of shorts we’ve tested–but they look a little frumpy (in my opinion).

They are also incredibly lightweight and work very well in HOT weather. The fabric designs are cute and the cut works well with knee pads.

The only thing I’m not crazy about on these shorts are the waistand. The drawstring cord is ackward and has a tendency of coming undone.

Read Our Review: Club Ride

Price: $69.95


How to Pick a Pair of Women’s Mountain Bike Shorts

Not sure what you should consider when weighing your options? Here are a few things you should think about (and what we looked for when testing and reviewing the shorts on this list).

Length

The perfect length is largely a personal preference. Most women prefer a mid-length short, but there are reasons for picking a longer or shorter short.

Longer shorts are best for enduro or downhill days since they fit over knee pads and won’t create a weird gap. They also provide extra protection in case you have a crash.

Shorter shorts can help keep you cool on hot days and keep you from getting the dreaded bike short tan lines.

Chamois or No Chamois

Before buying a pair of shorts, make note of whether or not it comes with a chamois. Some shorts have a built-in liner, others have a removable liner, and some come without a liner at all.

Which you prefer is totally personal, just keep in mind the cost of buying a separate liner if you like having a chamois.

Waist Band

Look for a waistband that is ADJUSTABLE. There is nothing worse than having either a waist band that is cutting into your belly or that is hanging loosely around your middle. Women come in all different shapes and we need bike shorts that are built to accommodate them.

Some waistbands adjust via a velcro strap, others use a drawstring or buttons. We’re also really digging the yoga style waistband on the Shredly Curvy shorts.

Pockets

Do you like to carry things in your shorts while riding? If so, look for a short with plenty of pockets. The Zoic Navaeh, for instance, has a BUNCH of pockets and they all have zippers which is nice.

On the other hand, you might ride with a hydration pack and not have much need for pockets. In that case, you might prefer the Yeti Enduro shorts which have a single rear zipper pocket.

Price & Quality of Construction

Like most things in life, you get what you pay for when it comes to mountain bike shorts. A good quality short will be durable and last for years, so I think it makes sense to pay a bit more.

To get a good quality short, you should expect to pay around $100. Shorts that cost less than this are more likely to lack things like an adjustable waistband and water-resistant fabric.

Made In The USA & Sustainability

Most bike shorts are made overseas. If a “Made In The USA” label is important to you, we recommend Shredly.

Similarly, we like to look for shorts that have a strong commitment to sustainability. Patagonia has done a good job in this regard.

Sizing

Bike short sizing can be all over the place and many of the bigger brands have made shorts that are not all that forgiving to women who aren’t a size 6 or who have hips or more muscular thighs. The better women’s bike short brands (Shredly, Wild Rye) have done a really good job of creating shorts that fit a wide range of sizes and shapes.

Personally, I prefer to buy shorts than come in regular pant sizes (2,4,6,etc) than in subjective sizes like S, M, L. If you do pick a short that measures in S,M,L, do yourself a favor and get out a measuring tape and actually compare your measurements to their size chart.


Comparison Chart: Women’s Mountain Bike Shorts

Still not sure which short is best for you? Our comparison chart provides info like inseam length, whether or not the short comes with a liner, and how much cash it will cost you.

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Best mountain bike shorts: baggy, waterproof and storage liners

We’ve assembled a good range of the best mountain bike shorts from a wide range of price points so you can find the right baggy short for you.

The best mountain bike shorts compiled here are comfortable, protective, possibly waterproof and we’ve also included storage liner shorts.

Read more: The best mountain bike trousers – regular and waterproof

Mountain bike shorts are baggy shorts that are specifically shaped and designed with off-road cycling in mind. The best ones look cool off the bike whilst still performing well on the bike. Some come supplied with separate padded liner shorts but most are purely over-shorts.

Like all outdoor sports, mountain bikers have a uniform and for most that’s a baggy short and a loose-fitting riding jersey. Both are way more flattering than tight roadie Lycra but they still use high-tech fabrics that can help with heat management, wicking, water run off and to improve the fit.

Baggy shorts are sold with or without a liner short and we have both represented in this test. A liner is simply an inner short that’s shorter in the leg and being underneath another layer, it’s often made from a lighter-weight, breathable mesh material.

To reduce chaffing it’s essential the liner fits snug against your body but to do so you may have to mix and match inner and outer sizes. Price wise a good baggy short can cost any thing from £50 to over a £100, with a quality liner included.

For something that you use every day, your uniform needs to be comfortable and in the baggy that means no thick or uncomfortable seams in the crotch area, a breathable construction and comfy liner. The only way too put these to the test is by riding them for long sustained bursts. Which is exactly what we did.

Best mountain bike shorts

Here our are current favourite best mountain bike shorts. See the links to full reviews down the page.

  • Bontrager Lithos MTB
  • Altura Attack One80
  • Madison Addict Softshell
  • Altura Five/40 Waterproof
  • 7Mesh Revo Gore-Tex
  • Race Face Stage
  • Mavic Crossmax Ultimate h3O
  • Polaris Discovery Zoned MTB

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Altura Attack One 80 short

Light, no nonsense and great value

Price: £74.99 | Colours: Black or red | Sizes: S-XXL

Not a short for the shy or retiring rider but if you like bold colourways then you’re in luck. Beyond the brightness (you can get black version to be fair) this short is very well made with tough stitching in all the right places and a two-layer area where you sit on the saddle. Sizing in on the generous side so if you’re in betweeny, size down. General tailoring is baggy trial rather than racy snug too. Good length for reliable knee pad overlap.

Read review of the Altura Attack One 80 short

Madison Addict Softshell shorts

Three-layer short is impressively weather-resistant

Price: £64.99 | Colours: Green, red, black | Sizes: S-XXL

As with arguably all weather-proof softshell-y shorts, if it’s absolutely hoofing down for extended periods then rain will permeate through and you’ll get damp. But if it’s showers and puddles you want to keep at bay, these are an excellent short option. The airier fabric, combined with generous venting, also means they’re less sweaty to wear than full-on waterproof shell shorts. Sizing all round is generous so we recommend sizing down.

Read review of the Madison Addict Softshell shorts

Altura Five/40 Waterproof shorts

100% waterproof materials in a durable trail short

Price: £69.99 | Colours: Black | Sizes: S-XXL

Pro: Great protection, comfortable, durable

Con: Generous sizing

This short is intended to protect you from wet weather at all costs. It uses Altura’s Shield fabric which is significantly thicker than a lot of other fabrics. Which, while having an impact on weight and suppleness, does make for a reassuring barrier against the elements as well as being able to withstand scrapes and crashes better than most. Despite the sturdy material, the tailoring and use of stretchy back panelling, means the shorts are comfy to ride for a long time in. Warmer than most waterproof shorts too, which is a good thing in our book.

Read review of the Altura Five/40 Waterproof shorts

Bontrager Lithos MTB

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Medium-weight, understated trail and enduro short from Bontrager

Price: £69. 99 | Colours: Black | Sizes: XS-XXL

Pro: Split pocket design works, good fit with knee pads

Con: OTT buckle

The Lithos MTB is a comfortable short suited to harder riding. The metal buckle adjustment should last longer than a velcro system. The short has a robust construction that holds up well to harder riding. In fact, Bontrager has aimed this short at the all-day enduro market. The metal buckle adjustment should last longer than a Velcro system.

Read review of the Bontrager Lithos MTB shorts

7Mesh Revo Gore-Tex shorts

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Ticks every box to justify the asking price

Price: £150.00 | Colours: Blck, blue | Sizes: XS-XXL

If you need, or just want, the absolute best waterproof short currently available – here it is. And yes, it costs a fortune. These shorts are much better approached and understood as being a waterproof jacket for your legs. The fabric is excellent. It keeps you dry in all the worst of weathers without turning into a boil in the bag affair. But the best aspect of these premium shorts is the cut and tailoring. There’s a lot of sophisticated work and shaping going on here to goes some way to explain the price tag.

Read review of the 7Mesh Revo Gore-Tex shorts

Race Face Stage short

A short for all seasons

Price: £89.95 | Colours: Bue, brown, grey | Sizes: S-XXL

A good short for wearing at any point in the year, bar total deluge days. It has a degree of water repellency and also a reinforced seat to stop things wearing through prematurely.They also are a good length, as is usual with Race Face, so they play nicely with kneepads with no readjusting or gapping experienced. They might not have any vents but that also means there’s fewer seams and less bunching, so it can be interpreted as a less-is-more bonus. They are a bit on the pricey side however.

Read review of the Race Face Stage shorts

Mavic Crossmax Ultimate h3O shorts

Pretty much perfect short legged, foul weather protection

Price: £114. 99 | Colours: Black | Sizes: S-XXL

Pro: Weatherproof, light, packable, durable

Con: Low slung pockets, noisy material

These are a piece of kit that proves invaluable time and time again. We’ve ridden these to death over the last twelve months and they still bounce back almost as fresh as new. Highly packable and very lightweight so you can even use them as an alternative layer to pull on if the wet weather strikes mid-ride.

Read review of the Mavic Crossmax Ultimate h3O shorts

Polaris Discovery Zoned MTB shorts

The best braced baggies for British biking

Price: £99.99 | Colours: Ink/lime, graphite/orange | Sizes: S-XXL

Pro: Unique brace design prevent droop

Con: Shallow handwarmer pockets

The Polaris Discovery Zoned MTB short has a set of removable braces to keep them in place without reverting to a restrictive waistband. The perfect baggy short for pretty much six months of the UK year. Are they good value? If you think of them as jackets for your legs – rather than as basic baggy shorts – yes they are.

Read review of the Polaris Discovery MTB shorts

Bontrager Troslo Inform storage liner short

A great way to stuff your stuff

Prie: £59.99 | Colours: Black | Sizes: S-XXL

The Bontrager Troslo inForm short comes in the most sizes and is excellent quality. It’s Lycra down the centre but you get mesh panels either side and in the bib area. Breathability is very good and it feels snug without being restrictive. Bontrager’s BioDynamic chamois is not overly thick but it still has good support and never felt clammy. The wide compression leg grippers are some of the best – they’re just as secure as silicone but they don’t rub or pull on leg hair. There’s a ton of storage at the back with three large elasticated pockets and yes, either of them can take a standard water bottle. Lower down there are two knee pockets but they’re too bit short and they don’t feature any elastic, so anything thing we put in them usually fell out. Comfortable, great and available in the most sizes, what stops it getting a prefect score is the saggy side pockets.

Specialized Mountain Liner SWAT

The original and still one of the best storage shorts

Price: £80.00 | Colours: Black | Sizes: S-XXL

Specialized made the first storage shorts as part of its SWAT (Storage Water Air Tools) range. It was originally included with a baggy short but the Mountain Liner is now available separately. Specialized has made a couple of changes since the last time we tested it. There are still three lumbar pockets but these are almost a third deeper. The centre pocket has looser opening, so is designed to take a water bottle, but you actually can fit a bottle in either side pocket. There are additional pouches on each thigh and on the old short these were split into two. They’re now single pockets that are also deeper and we found we could get a bottle in either of them too. The body of the short is a lightweight breathable mesh with elasticated band rather than silicone gripper on the legs. The short features a shaped Body Geometry Mountain chamois, with tons of padding over the sit bones. Loads of storage, super stable and great value.

What to look for in the best mountain bike shorts

Baggy shorts have definitely become are part of the mountain biker’s uniform. There are performance aspects to wearing them off road — they’re less restrictive, more practical, hard-wearing — but it’s about style. That said, they still have to be comfortable, practical and affordable.

Adjustable waist

Velcro tags on the waist allow you to tweak the fit of the short. You see them inside and outside; the former are neater, but the Velcro can scuff your skin. On the outside, they can catch on jerseys and passing foliage. Some shorts have big buckle straps which can cause issues in a crash.

Hip pockets

Not essential, but nice to have — these are perfect for car keys, small change or a phone. If they’re deep, you shouldn’t need zips.

Fly

To stop the waist popping open accidentally, it should have a press-stud fixing. Extra studs and/or a small strip of Velcro provide additional security. Belt loops are a good idea if there are no waist adjusters.

Cargo pockets

They may sound like a great idea for carrying extra clobber, but they put all your gear in the worst place for an accident, and the contents are more likely to bang against your thighs when pedalling. We’d avoid them.

Liner

The only way to guarantee complete comfort is to wear an inner liner short. Most baggy shorts DO NOT come spplied with a liner these days, because most riders prefer to use their own liner, often a bibshort. You will pay extra to have a liner short included. It has to be comfortable and highly wicking. The best liners are often shorter in the leg, and since they go beneath another layer, are made from a more breathable mesh fabric or thinner Lycra. Factor in about £25 for an aftermarket liner if your short doesn’t come with one. There is nothing stopping you mixing and matching brands.

DWR coating

This is a water repellent treatment that is applied to the fabric when new. It does what it says on the tin, but it needs renewing fairly often, as it can lose its effectiveness after repeated washing and wear against the saddle.

Length

The longer the leg, the more protection it provides against brambles and scrapes. Also, a longer leg is less liable to ride up when using kneepads. Look for at least a 13in inseam.

Bibs on the best mountain bike shorts

Bib shorts are cycling shorts with upper sections and straps/braces that go over your shoulders. There are pros and cons to bib shorts.The benefits of bib shorts is that they stay up and stay in place. No more constantly tugging up on drooping waistbands. On a related note they also lead to a more comfortable, less bunched-up feeling around your waist when you’re baggy shorts over the top. The disadvantages of bib shorts is not only that they’re typically a bit more expensive than regular liner shorts but also that they make it more difficult to go to the toilet and they can also cause the baggy shorts worn over the top of them to slip down (which causes you to overtighten your baggy short waistband, thus removing the comfy-waist advantage of bib shorts!)

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The size Waist (A) Length (B)
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S 82 cm 54 cm
M 88 cm 56 cm
L 94 cm 58 cm
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Functional, smart men’s shorts and capri pants for daily wear, active lifestyle, hiking, mountaineering and climbing. The combination of practical design and quality materials will help you to spend your time comfortably. Sports and tourist capri pants and shorts differ from urban ones in better elasticity, provide freedom of movement, wick moisture well and dry quickly.

In the Groundhog Day online store you can buy men’s shorts and capri pants from world brands specializing in tourist and sportswear. We regularly run seasonal sales and give discounts. Follow the news!

Women’s Mountain Trekking Shorts MH500

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Bodycon shorts with athletic cut.The use of bi-elastic fabric (stretchable in length and width) allows for excellent freedom of movement. Length to mid-thigh. You can choose your usual size.

EXHAUST EFFICIENCY TEST

The ability of a fabric to wick away perspiration is assessed by several criteria: the absorbency of the fabric, the ability not to accumulate sweat, the rate of drying, etc. The fabric with a factor of 1/5 is suitable for sports activities of low intensity or without profuse sweating. All of our hiking shorts are 3/5 ratio.

OUR COMMITMENT TO REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION FOR THIS PRODUCT

Dyeing textiles requires a lot of water and also produces a lot of waste water from dye baths. To reduce the environmental impact of the black model, we use dope-dyed technology, adding color pigments during the production process, which reduces water consumption.
The MH500 shorts are manufactured using a new dyeing technology, which we plan to expand to other colors in the near future.

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The environmental impact of a product is assessed for its entire life cycle and according to various criteria.
An overall ABCDE score helps you make responsible choices.
This rating allows us to easily identify the products with the best environmental performance.
To do this, a comparison is made between products of the same class (eg backpacks).
Decathlon is a proponent of a pro-active commitment to providing information on the environmental performance of products.

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Our global Quechua brand development center is located in Passy at the foot of Mont Blanc, Haute-Savoie, France.
This center is a real meeting place for our teams (designers, product managers, engineers, etc.)and outdoor sports enthusiasts.
A great advantage for developing your mountain trekking products with all our knowledge and experience.

90,000 The student was kicked out of school for shorts, but in vain. He returned in such a form that the girls began to envy

A teenager from Scotland was kicked out of school for inappropriate appearance, and he turned on trolling. An hour later, the high school student returned, but in such clothes that he can now go to the competition for beginner drag queens.

Shane Richardson from Scotland decided to come to school in shorts, writes Mirror. Due to the hot weather outside, the 16-year-old did not want to wear classic trousers. True, he did not manage to sit until the end of classes – the teachers saw his appearance and sent him home to change.

Air conditioners are not working in our classrooms now due to the coronavirus, so it’s hot in the classroom, ” the high school student complained.

Shane with his sister

He tried to explain his position to the principal, but got a clear answer that the school dress code is either pants or a skirt.Upon hearing this, Richardson decided to troll the administration of the educational institution. The guy returned home, went into his sister’s room and began sorting through her things in search of the right one.

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Yes, the graduate was looking for a skirt – and he found it. After changing his clothes, Shane called a taxi and drove back to school.According to the young man, the driver of the car did not say anything about his appearance, and he also went to the lesson without any problems.

The teachers were silent when they saw me in a skirt, – said Richardson.

The guy came to the lessons in a skirt

True, Shane’s behavior was still paid attention to. The principal of the school made an appointment with the parent council to discuss the situation. Due to the sudden performance by Richardson, the school agreed that the dress code rules were outdated and needed to be revised.

Shane’s mom, whose name is Haley, is completely on the side of her son.

It’s already stuffy outside. It would be foolish not to wear shorts to school, ”she said.

Another guy was also kicked out of class after he came to class with dyed hair. Their color really raises questions, but not to him, but to the school itself.

And schoolchildren from Thailand generally declared war on school uniforms and began to protest. But their actions can break not the system, but the human psyche – easily.

90,000 In Italy, 14 people became victims of the cable car accident | News from Germany about Europe | DW

Fourteen people, including two children, were killed in the collapse of a cable car in the Piedmont region near Lake Maggiore and Mount Mottarone. This was announced on Sunday, May 23rd, by the ANSA agency.

According to him, only a five-year-old girl from Turin survived from those in the cabin. The nineteen-year-old teenager was taken to the hospital, but he died, despite the help of doctors.

The accident occurred at the last support, about 300 meters from the top of the 1491-meter mountain. According to the preliminary version, the towing cable was out of order. Why the mechanisms that were supposed to slow down the cabin’s fall did not work, the investigation finds out.

The victims of the tragedy were members of five families

The victims of the tragedy were members of five families, three of which lived in Lombardy, one in Emilia-Romagna and one in Calabria. The surviving child is the daughter of the Israelites who lived in Pavia.

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi expressed his condolences to the families of the victims.

Four years ago, the cable car, owned by the commune of Stresa but operated by a private company, was reconstructed. The equipment was last checked in November 2020, and the results did not reveal any serious problems. The investigation identifies the perpetrators.

See also:

  • How Mount Kushtau caused protests in Bashkiria

    History of Mount Kushtau

    Mount Kushtau – the remains of ancient shikhans – coral reefs that formed more than 200 million years ago on the bottom of the Permral Sea …These shihans are included in the “Geosites” list of the world’s geological heritage. In 2008, the mountains were included in the short list of the “Seven Wonders of Russia” project.

  • How Mount Kushtau caused protests in Bashkiria

    Kushtau is one of four shikhans

    Mount Kushtau is one of four shikhans located 18 km east of the Bashkir city of Sterlitamak. According to the results of geological assessment works on Mount Kushtau, there are more than 316 million tons of limestone for the chemical and cement industries.In 2018, it was decided to develop Kushtau.

  • How Mount Kushtau caused protests in Bashkiria

    Sterlitamak – a city where soda is produced

    Since Soviet times, Sterlitamak has been producing soda and cement. JSC “Bashkir Soda Company” (BSK) applied for the development of Mount Kushtau. In August 2019, the “Raw Materials Company”, a member of the BSK, received the right to exploration and production of minerals at the Kushtau deposit.The license for this activity was issued until August 10, 2039.

  • How Mount Kushtau caused protests in Bashkiria

    Limestone mining

    Excavators of the Bashkir Soda Company have been operating since the 1950s on the neighboring mountain of Kushtau – Shakhtau, mining limestone there as a cheap raw material for soda production. The height of Shakhtau Mountain before mining reached 336 meters above sea level. Today the shihan is practically wiped off the face of the earth.

  • How Mount Kushtau caused protests in Bashkiria

    A tent camp at the foot of Kushtau

    A tent camp on the road to the summit of Kushtau is the center of eco-activists. It was defeated in early July 2020, when the Bashkir Soda Company sent the first excavators to develop the mountain, which provoked public protests in Bashkiria. The eco-activists, who were on duty here around the clock, did not want Kushtau to repeat the fate of other shikhans.

  • How Mount Kushtau caused protests in Bashkiria

    One of the defenders of Kushtau

    Pensioner Fedor Fedorovich Kuzmenko lives in the village of Urnyak at the foot of Kushtau. Despite his age, 84, he has been one of the most active defenders of the shihan since the first days of the protests.

  • How Mount Kushtau caused protests in Bashkiria

    Fight for Kushtau

    Clashes on August 15 between the defenders of Kushtau and the authorities became the top of the battle, when the police, Rosgvardia and the guard of the BSK clashed with eco-activists.Despite the escalation of the conflict, the leadership of the BSK continued to insist on plans to develop the mountain.

  • How Mount Kushtau caused protests in Bashkiria

    Protests were not in vain

    Protests of eco-activists ended with the destruction of the tent camp of the defenders of Kushtau and clashes with law enforcement agencies and the Russian Guard. As a result, Mount Kushtau received the status of a specially protected natural area of ​​republican significance.

    Author: Yuri Resheto

90,000 What do you need to put in your backpack? The first aid kit? We are going on a trip across Russia

For hand luggage – up to 5 10 kg

This is a backpack with which you will walk a lot.The 10 kg load is quite large. Ideally, a backpack should have a waist belt.

“Buy only in the store, not on the website. I advise you to come, put on a backpack, distribute the weight between the straps on the belt and shoulders. More weight should be on the belt. Fasten the loaded backpack so that it is evenly distributed over the body. comfortable, “says Sergei Sklizkov.

But if you travel with low-cost airlines, the choice is narrower.

“We’ll have to take a backpack that fits the smallest carry-on baggage.Or one with almost no rigid elements to put it in different containers. I chose the second option and use the Haglofs Corker L backpack, it has no rigid elements in the structure and fits into the “Victory” carry-on baggage. Its advantages are a section for a laptop and separate pockets for documents, glasses, first-aid kits, “advises Sergey Zavoda.

For a hike / a lot of things

Decide on the volume of a backpack – up to 30, 50, 75 liters and more The most versatile option is 70–75 liters.Rely on the weight of your basic equipment – tent, sleeping bag).

“Keep in mind that the weight of a two-person tent is about 3 kg. A sleeping bag is the same. And this is if the equipment is quite expensive. And you also need spare shoes, spare things, food, things for sleeping,” Sergey Sklizkov lists. up to 50 kg, I recommend the Northface Banshii backpack A reference item for long treks and difficult hikes. Another good brand is Totonka Bizon series. “

Features that are important:

  • Weight.”Our grandfathers went to the mountains with canvas backpacks, which even weighed 5 kg when empty. Fortunately, progress has made great strides, I would not have bought a backpack weighing more than 2.5–3 kg,” says Sergey Zavoda.
  • Size. Many manufacturers create different sizes of the same model depending on the back length. This is necessary so that a person can choose a fit for the characteristics of his body.
  • Ventilation. Pay attention to the material of which the back piece is made and how well it “breathes”.
  • Webbing and waist belt. Comfort while carrying things depends on them. Pay attention to their width (the narrow straps cut into the shoulders) and how close the belt is to the ilium.
  • Access to equipment. “I chose the top loading option for myself, but with side access to things and a separate lower compartment for a sleeping bag,” says Zavoda.

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