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Club Ride Apparel - Mountain Surf Short - Men's

Club Ride Apparel Mountain Surf Short - Men's

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Tech Specs

Material:
synthetic
Fit:
loose
Inseam:
12in
Removable Liner:
no
Chamois:
no
Pockets:
2 hand, 2 rear, 1 zip
Waist:
side buckle adjustable
UPF Rating:
30
Reflective:
RideLight
Claimed Weight:
160g/m2
Recommended Use:
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Mountain Surf Short

From shredding heavies to shuttle loops on bare resort turf, Club Ride Apparel's Mountain Surf Men's Shorts are built for dedicated play. Or dedicated lounging. Whatever your aim, they'll follow you from beach to peak with a lightweight synthetic that pulls moisture from your skin and dries fast to alleviate exertion-induced, center-back racing stripes on days when the weather and your commute both run hot. A seamless, gusseted crotch encourages crazy legs whether you're spinning up a hill or embarrassing yourself at a seaside dance party.

  • Multisport, abrasion-resistance shorts at home at rest and at play
  • Synthetic material manages moisture and dries quickly
  • Gusseted crotch and adjustable waist ensure an active fit
  • UV protection and reflective details handle all light conditions
  • Multiple pockets include secure storage for things you can't afford to lose

Ignore the stars, read the review

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: M

The shorts themselves seem to be very nice and quite well made. (Made in India.)
Based on the sizing chart, I ordered size M. I am 5' 11 1/4", 172 lbs., 32" waist, 38.5" hips, which should be a size M. The shorts fit perfectly in the waist and in the legs. But in the hips, they were skin tight, like painted-on tight, leaving little or nothing to the imagination, both front and back. I felt as though if I were to try sitting on a bike with them on, the seam up the middle in the back would have been stressed to the point of possibly ripping right open. So unfortunately I had to return them. I was bummed because I did like them a lot when I first took them out of the package. They seemed extremely well made, and were very nice material. I'm sure a size L would be perfect in the hips, but would probably then be too big for me in the waist. Maybe I have just been biking too much and my glutes are too big, not sure. All my Pearl Izumi size M shorts fit perfectly though.

Decent hybrid shorts (trail and beers)

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Like Jared G said, these are pretty solid shorts for on and off the bike. So, value wise, they do damn well. I've more than put my old pair thru the paces and they're still in service. That said...what's weird is I have old and new pairs in my hands right now and CR changed the dimensions. Without saying anything so I had to return the first pair. Thank you BC for being easy and no thanks to CR. I still wear my smalls and now have to wear their mediums (I'm 32 waist). Also, be aware...the colors on the photos above are not accurate (except for black). The blue is off as is asphalt. I know...I ordered both and returned the cool in pic but weird in life blue color (also because of the sizing). CR, if you read this, please delete your current sizing and change to the time tested waist measurement system. Letters lie, numbers don't.

For those curious, these do not stretch.

Nice Shorts

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large

I have an older pair of Mtn. Surf shorts which I have enjoyed, so I decided to try these. The material is durable, they are comfortable, and they are not too "bikey" so I can wear them around while waiting to hit the trail. I expect these to last many years of casual wear and bike riding.

Does the material stretch?