- February 28 2011
Treat yourself to true comfort!
Really wonderul fit and design. Comfort is critical in being able to ride for extended periods of time, and these very much fit the bill. It's hard to feel sexy in biker shorts with a padded bum, these are the most complimentary I've ever found.
- February 4 2011
Love these pants
They are very comfortable, fit great and I absolutely love them. I can usually fit into a medium, but the small fit just fine. I also purchased the shorts as well. Love them both!
- November 23 2010
Love These Tights!
What I really like about these tights is that they are just perfect for the early to late fall. When the temp starts falling but its not quite cold enough for full tights but not warm enough for shorts these are just right. They give your upper leg and knees protection from the wind and cooler temps but still let your legs breathe so you don't get too hot. Plan to use these again a bunch in the spring when the weather is in between. They are comfortable and I like the built in chamois pad. I am very happy with my purchase.
- November 6 2010
Great cycling knickers for spring and fall temperatures. The fit is extremely comfortable, particularly the wide wasteband. At 5' 1", regular cycling tights are too long, These are a great alternative for shorter women, hitting about 2" above the ankle.
- September 28 2010
great for spinning
These are the first Pearl Izumi's I've ever purchased. I'm glad I did. They are definately worth the price. I've only used them for Spinning so far. Since, I have also purchased the Symphony Short and Symphony Knicker with the white on the bottom of the leg. I wear a size 4 and am about a 28 inch waist. If you have a 26 inch waist the small's would probably fit you well. I bought the medium's, and they fit great. The small would have been too tight around the waist and stomach. I like the waist on the pants and shorts. It's comfortable, and there's no muffin top. Comfortable riding shorts are a must. The pants breathe, so you won't be too hot in them either. Pearl Izumi is now my go to for bike gear.