WR Finish For Water & Dirt
Gusseted Crotch & NoCrackBack
Single Snap Zippered Fly
Internal Velcro Adjustments
RideLight Reflective Accents
5 Pockets. 2 Front & 2 Rear Hand Pockets, 1 Zippered Side Pocket
Removable 2 Hour Padded Liner Short
Shell: Lightweight Stretch Woven Fabric / Chamois: Lightweight wicking Stretch Knit Fabric
89% Poly / 11% Spandex
The versatility made them a go-to pick for me for traveling and bikepacking trips. I could wear the shorts on the bike, but then wear them to dinner as well.Femme Cyclist
Nice length, good material and color, but the waist is too large for a small person. I’m 5’1 110lbs. I can use the velcro adjustments in the waist to make it fit and not fall, but the. there’s too much material that bunches up and it doesn’t look great.
Fantastic riding shorts. They are super comfortable and roomy so no show in the back! Lots of great pockets for carrying stuff too. They look cute too. The insert made for a very comfortable ride.
The legs and hip are tight on me but the waist leaves a huge gap in the back and weird spots/ roomup front. I'm afraid if I go up a size the waist will be enormous. I'd imagine this fits great for those with a smaller hip to waist ratio. Will be returning them.
If you are a cyclist you have struggled to find shorts to fit your thighs, the Eden is your answer. Slight stretch in the fabric allows to short to fit comfortably and not ride up. I wear these as casual
Shorts and cycling shorts
I have owned a pair of eden shorts for three seasons now. They are fantastic - comfortable, quick to dry, and less encumbering for me than the much more common long inseam mtb shorts. The bottom of these shorts hit right where my knee pads start-so no coverage is lost going with a 7"inseam. They have ample pockets as well (large enough to fit my Samsung galaxy with otterbox cover comfortably). They have internal velcro tabs for an adjustable fit. I have the 2019 model, and found they fit slightly small (I have a 25" waist and 33" hips for reference). But not tight enough to be uncomfortable or limit my ability to be dynamic on the bike (and I wear chamois underneath).
Not sure if sizing has changed since, but something to take note of if you'd prefer a little more room.
They are also very flattering - you can hit the trails and go out after without needing to change. Mine have washed very well and still look brand new, despite my wearing them over three seasons of mtbing 2-3 times a week. They also held up well on my recent OTB crash, where I landed on the only gravelly section of a downhill trail lol.
I highly recommend for the shorter lady shredders out there or to anyone who wants a little less length in their shorts without sacrificing coverage.