Built For: The Go To
Not sure what trail you'll end up on or how long you'll be in the saddle? The Woodchuck is a riders go to liner built to keep a rider comfortable on and off the bike for the widest array of rides. Club Ride has changed the game redesigning our Innerwear with soft, light, quick drying, four way stretch knit fabric.
Chamois comfort are very specific on personal preference. That said we classify the Woodchuck as comfortable up to 3 hours in the saddle.
Fabric | ActiveFlow quick drying, breathable four way stretch fabric
Fabric Content | 54% Nylon / 34% Poly / 12% Spandex
Fabric Weight | 155 g/m²
Construction | 6 Panel Body Shaping Construction
Waist Band | Wide waistband for comfort and lasting fit
Fit | Mid Length Fit / 9.75" Inseam
Chamois | Anatomically male specific pre-shaped chamois
Chamois Density | 8mm triple density foam with gel insert for vibration dampening
Chamois Ventilation | Perforated memory foam for increased ventilation and elasticity
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Awesome! No more chafing. VERY comfortable.
This is my favorite bib-less liner. I love the fabric but the real important piece is the chamois. If saddle comfort is an issue for you, this is the best chamois I've found in this price range and I've tried many.
The perfect balance of performance, comfort, quality, and price. I can't see a reason to spend more money on a liner short when these are more than adequate for long rides. Chamois provides the right amount of cushion, fabric breathes well. legs are a good length, waist band is comfortable, and doesn't creep up or down. They're also fairly comfortable when walking or hanging out off the bike post ride.
Great for extended rides! I’d likely go for other shorts for quick spins. I was able to take these out for a week in central Oregon...they worked great and keister wasn’t chapped!
I'm used to wearing my road bike gear while mountain biking and I'm slowly stocking up on proper (more comfortable) riding gear for the trails so moving to some loose fitting shorts with chamois for padding is a big step up in comfort. When I put these on they initially felt a bit bulkier than I expected, but once I got on the go (even in the car) I didn't even notice I was wearing them. My 1 hour ride to the trailhead, 3 hours on the bike, then an hour or so at pub over a beer I was completely comfortable.
Maybe this is the norm for mountain biking gear, but by the time I'm done my road ride I'm itching to get out of my roadie clothes. Not so with the Woodchucks. I'd recommend them.