There are a whole lot of cycling shorts on the market. Let us help you narrow it down. Click the box below to find your path to the bottoms that work for you!
On the Road
Our road gear is mainly designed for the time you may spend on the road, and how hard you’re riding. All our chamois (the pad inside the shorts : padded bike shorts) come in different thicknesses to give more support during the day. Our cycling shorts also have different levels of fabric that offer varying degrees of compression. The more compressive a bike short is the more it stimulates blood flow during your ride, so more compressive shorts tend to be better for longer rides.
Less than an hour
In the Woods
Mountain biking is one of the most fun activities we think the great world of outdoor sports has to offer! There are tons of diffent types of mountain biking you can do. We’ve narrowed it down to two basic types of apparel categories that will cover just about any style of mountain biking you prefer.
More down than up
If you’re shuttling, riding a lift, or prefer your descents over climbing, the bottoms listed below are for you. These MTB shorts offer thicker fabrics in case you hit the dirt, longer inseams to interface with knee pads, and more panels to allow for greater stretch and flexibility.
More up than down
If you’re just out to ride all day and have some fun, get in some good climbing, and fly down some flow trail, then check these shorts out. They typically have lighter weight fabric that are more breathable, shorter inseams so you can pedal up those hills, and a slightly tapered fit. They’re also great for riding pretty much anywhere else you can imagine, so you can get more use out of them even on the days you’re off the trail.
I still prefer Lycra - And don't mind looking like a nerd
No Problem! Our CB carbon bottoms provide a great option for riding in the woods! They’re lightweight and breathable, but still hold up during the occasional snag.
Gravel / Cyclocross
Headed out for some soul crushing “groad” riding? (Groad is Gravel + Road)
We’ll jump straight to the pro tip on this one: You can wear road specific or mtb specific apparel when riding groad! There’s really no need to buy gravel specific kit for this style of riding, and the current offerings we have will definitely cover you while you’re out there. That being said, groad riding is typically harder on your sitbones that traditional road riding, so be sure to get a pair of bottoms that have plenty of cushion.