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CLUB RIDE is known for very stylish functional clothing for the outdoor Mountain Biker/Commuter/Cyclist. And now they also make an amazing bib and short that can be easily combined with the whole apparel line. This new line is called InnerWear. It is trademarked bottoms that focus on providing comfort for a specific amount of time. The longer the ride the bigger the chamois. The shorter the ride the smaller the pad and the thickness of the bottoms.
EXPERIENCE: I was able to test out the Johnson 1 hour and the Airliner mesh bib 4+ hours. Both of these are amazing! The Johnson is perfect for a quick ride on the the trainer or just under your favorite short when you want to cruise around on your bike. The Airliner mesh bib is the 4 hour experience. This adds a super comfortable chamois with full bib straps and great breathable fabrics.
Johnson 1 hour: This is ideal for wear when you will be getting on the bike and want a thin chamois. Because it wears so well below other shorts this is really comfortable on and off the bike. I like the Johnson under tights in colder temps when full bibs have to much bulk. For $34.95 everyone needs this short for the apparel collection.
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Airliner Mesh Bib 4+: The mesh straps and the panels in the thighs are mesh providing great breath-ability. This is just as good as any full size bib only more breathable with the mesh. This bib is super comfortable and feels like wearing your best fitting kit. The big difference here is that the mesh allows you to have a light weight fit in a classic cut bib. This high quality vented bib comes for $79.95. This is a good value check out the chamois..
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Both of these should be added to the avid rider’s apparel quiver. This is another great example of CLUB RIDE taking a classic and making it totally their own. Both of these options make time in the saddle more convenient and enjoyable. Check out the full line of Men's Innerwear at www.clubrideapparel.com/collections/innerwear.
You can read the full review from Endurance Review here.