The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
Designed to keep the cold out, the Dakine Midweight Ridge Pants for men are the best at it. The material is designed to last a long time, keep warmth in and moisture out with elastic at the feet and waist. The tapered design allow for easier movement and they come in a nice Olive Chop Shop color.
I have worn this underneath a pair of Burton pants and it was enough to have me at a comfortable temperature all day. I sweat a lot and know when a product doesn't wick away the sweat, I had no such problems with this. A really good and competitively priced thermal. When you match this with the top, you may look like you are wearing a one piece pajama. Don't let the girls see you like this!
Really warm thermals. I took these thermals to NZ and although they are very thin, they definately do the job, these were my only underlayer in the 0 to -10 degree conditions and I stayed warm constantly. The crotch ventilation is very good idea. I highly recommend these thermal
Really warm thermals. I took these thermals to NZ and although they are very thin, they definitely do the job. These were my only under layer in the 0 to -10 degree conditions and I stayed warm constantly. The crotch ventilation is a very good idea. I highly recommend these thermals
Really warm thermals. I took these thermals to NZ and although they are very thin, they definately do the job, these were my only underlayer in the 0 to -10 degree conditions and I stayed warm constantly. The crotch ventilation is a very good idea. I highly recommend these thermals
Shows all the curves as they are so the gym might have to come along with these, but really this is a nice set of thermals/pajamas and they work great. The snow season isn't too cold here down under but I had these on every day and it didn't matter if it was windy or sunny because I didn't feel cold or really warm either. Good on price too
Yes these aren't very thick, they are meant to be mid weight and as a mid/light weight base layer they work well. Maybe a bit light to really be a mid-weight but they could even be considered a bit too warm for the conditions where I am in Australia. They are fantastically comfortable and the air vents for the crotch is a great idea. I've been using these under my jeans in everyday life as well when it gets cold. So far they have been great
Hey this first layer is great...it fits nice and tight like spandex, but not so nut hugging tight...I like that fit because for a first layer I like the support. some people may like it looser but hey its a first layer. Its suppose to be tight. Defintely going to buy more this season
Got these for basically nothing so can't complain. They're a fairly thin base layer that worked fine hear in southern california where it's typically pretty warm when you ride. Not sure how these will do in Whistler next year, concerned they may not provide enough protection. If you're in fairly mild temps these should be great
I thought these were going to be thicker, and I was way wrong. I definitely recommend wearing another layer on top of this. I also had to get a large to get the right length, but the waist was way too big. That's what I get for being tall and skinny I guess
"Light weight material, doesn't feel like thermal"
These pants do not feel like mid weight thermals at all. They are made out of 100% polyester, and are very light. I would recommend wearing another layer along with these on really cold days. These fit true to size, and you won't even feel like you are wearing them. Not bad for a base layer I guess