Men's Fuze Shorts 12" w/ Level 2 Chamois

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Men's Fuze Shorts 12" w/ Level 2 Chamois

Regular price $99.95
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Only 103 items in stock!
The Fuze may be built specifically to crush miles of single track without a hiccup, but unlike other high-tech riding shorts, you may find yourself wearing these on social outings as well. The Fuze is completed with two ride-specific features: a high stretch knit crotch and leg gusset as well as our removable Level 2 Gunslinger chamois liner made with Coolmax fabric technology.  

Features

Fabric

Fabric

Midweight Stretch Double-Weave Fabric

Stretch

2-Way Stretch & Stretch Panel

Fabric Content

95% Poly / 5% Spandex

Fabric Weight

160 g/m²


Customer Reviews

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J.O.
Fit:
Size: XL
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 205
Fit Comments: Get a size larger that what you normally wear
Hometown: Portland, ME
Favorite Trail: The Gorham Maine trial network
Best Use(s): Mountain Bike
They run small, but are my favorite biking shorts

They run a little small and after swapping for a larger size, they fit great and are super comfortable and extremely durable. The one thing I do wish is that the zippered pocket was a tad larger in order to hold my cellphone.

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Jereme Wehr
Fit:
Size: M
Height: 5'10'
Weight: 175
Fit Comments: Not loose but not slim fit.
Hometown: Conifer
Favorite Trail: All of them
Best Use(s): Mountain Bike
Good Gear

I haven't worn the Fuse 12" and Padded shorts to ride. However, They fit great. I was not certain on sizing, I ordered a Medium and Large. The medium fit well. My pants size is a 32x32 in relaxed or loose fit and these fit without being snug. If that helps anyone decide.

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AdamS
Fit:
Size: L
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 180
Fit Comments: Order two sizes, return one
Hometown: Charlotte
Favorite Trail: Dream Weaver
Best Use(s): Mountain Bike
Quality shorts, lackluster chamois

Tough shorts, runs a little large in the waste, IMO. 180lbs at 5"10, purchased the large and needed to tighten the internal Velcro straps all the way, and wear a belt for the shorts to stay secure. The legs/hips are narrow though so not sure a medium would have given enough room in the legs, but would've been a better fit across the hips.

Great material, tough and flexible, length meets up with knee pads, seems very durable.

The liner compared to professional cycling brands is lacking, and the fit for me was not tight enough to prevent chaffing. Fit like a diaper, perhaps a size smaller would've worked? Padding seems subpar, and easily compressed. Likely right above for lateral competition brands, but I'll stick with the higher end chamois for now.

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George Dickerson
Fit:
Size: XL
Height: 6’2
Weight: 215
Hometown: San Rafael, CA
Best Use(s): Gravel / Bikepack
Great fit & style

Shorts fit perfectly and look good enough to hop off the bike and head in to work. Very comfortable and durable. Love these shorts!

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Griffen K
Fit:
Size: L
Height: 5’9”
Weight: 195
Hometown: Tucson
Favorite Trail: Slim Shady in Sedona
Best Use(s): Mountain Bike
Great shorts!

I got my first pair of CR Fuse shorts. I’ve exclusively ridden Zoic shorts, and really like the Fuse shorts. Pros: fabric feels more substantial than Zoic Ether shorts. Zippers feel more heavy duty. Cleaner looking design than Zoic Ether. They fit my Thunder thighs great. Perfect knee coverage/length. Cons: they ride a little warmer than Zoic Ethers in warm weather. Fewer pockets than Zoic Ether.

The 2hr liner that came with the shorts feels a little chunky compared to Zoic Liners, but is similarly comfortable.

I think I will probably use Zoic Ether shorts during the hottest months, and CR Fuse the rest of the year.