Built For: Hot Laps
Heading out for a hot lap on your lunch break? The Johnson is a minimalist chamois with soft four way stretch fabric comfortable enough to wear all day. Club Ride has changed the game redesigning our Innerwear with soft, light, quick drying, four way stretch knit fabric.
1 Hour Ride Time:
Chamois comfort are very specific on personal preference. That said we classify the Johnson as comfortable up to 1 hour in the saddle.
Fabric | ActiveFlow quick drying, breathable four way stretch fabric
Stretch | 4-Way
Fabric Content | 44% Nylon / 44% Poly / 12% Spandex
Fabric Weight |155 g/m²
Stretch | 4-Way
Construction |Panel Body Shaping Construction
Waist Band | Wide waistband for comfort and lasting fit
Fit | Boxer Brief Fit / 6.5" Inseam
Chamois Density | 3mm single density light protection chamois
Chamois Ventilation | Perforated foam for increased ventilation and quick dry
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The Johnson are prefect for short road rides, or just about any mountain bike ride, especially in warmer weather. The material feels great, and the minimalist chamois is all that I need on most mountain bike rides.
I bought two. One is fine. The other smells really strongly of petroleum. Has anyone else experienced this?
Wasn't sure I needed this but am now considering buying more. I am a daily bike commuter and I love having a bit of chamois to soften the ride.
Good briefs for those short trips out to the trail. I would recommend to anyone looking at these to purchase them, you won't regret it!
I've been cycling up to 5,000 miles per year for 40+ years and have tried just about every kind of seat, shorts, liners, and combinations thereof. These Johnsons, worn under high-quality non-padded shorts, paired with my current leather saddle, are the best ever. I bought a couple to try out, rode way longer than 1 hour in them (50 and 60 miles), then immediately ordered 6 more pairs. Every positive comment made by other reviewers was true for me as well. One caveat, though. The rating of undershorts by "designed-for" hours of comfort seems over-simplistic. I would warn against taking the notion of more padding equals more comfort too literally, given how many other things affect comfort in the saddle. Personally, if I had taken those ratings seriously and bought the 4-hour Whatevers, I suspect they'd feel the least, not most, comfortable both on and off the bike, way too much wadding up the wazoo.