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Fuze W/ Liner Shorts - Men`s


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Item # MSFZ701


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  • Versatility, comfort, and style--Fuze Shorts combine them all, making them a great choice for serious bikers who also like to look seriously good. These shorts have a removable chamois liner and plenty of zippered pockets. Youll love them while you ride and youll fit right in at any casual social function.
  • Features:
  • Midweight Stretch Double-Weave Fabric
  • Fabric Content: 95% Polyester / 5% Spandex
  • UV Protection - UPF 30
  • WR Finish for Water and Dirt Repellency
  • Velcro Interior Waistband Adjustment
  • Stretch Knit Gusset and Yoke
  • Seamless Crotch Gusset
  • Removable inner chamois liner
  • RideLight™ reflective accents
  • Fabric: 95% Polyester / 5% Spandex
  • Inseam: 12 in
  • Fit: Comfort Fit
  • UPF: UPF 30

Average of 1 customer reviews:

Ben S
Manhattan, KS
April 2019

Good features, weird fit
4/5 Avg. Product Rating

Age Range: 26-34
Gender: male
How Long Have You Been Using This Product: More than 2 years
Lets look at this garment as the combination of two things: the shorts, and the chamois liner. I am a big fan of the shorts, not as much the liners. In terms of features, the shorts are great. Good length, mobility, and the pockets all line up well to be usable but not get in the way of riding on the saddle. Construction is solid, no durability problems. My problem is with the fit of the shorts, or rather a conflict between the fit of shorts and liner. I have a thin waist but pretty large legs (cyclist body). I bought medium shorts because the large would have had to cinch and belt down with a lot folded over. But the liner that comes with it is too tight, especially at the bottom edge with the rubber gripper. Rather than keeping it all in place, this makes it so that any time the liner gets pulled up a bit it will not ever settle back down, so it ends up riding higher and higher. Maybe if I bought Large liners to go inside they might work better for me