Baleaf Men’s 3D Padded Bike Bicycle MTB Cycling Underwear Shorts (Grey, S)

Baleaf 3D padded bike bicycle cycling underwear short made with quick-dry and lightweight fabricis great for cycling. It provides quality and comfort support. Also underwear design allows you to wear as whichever outfits as you like to ride a bike.

Product Features

  • Lightweight and moisture-wicking fabrics keep you dry and comfortable
  • Elastic and wide waistband keeps sweat away from your body makes you feel cool and refresh
  • 3D Cushion provides decent protection on your bike saddle while riding
  • Colored design for more stylish choices
  • Size chart(Waist): S=28-30″ M=31-33″ L=34-36″ XL=37-39″ 2XL=40-42″ 3XL=42-44″

3 Replies to “Baleaf Men’s 3D Padded Bike Bicycle MTB Cycling Underwear Shorts (Grey, S)”

  1. Pretty great, inexpensive padded briefs. I never thought I’d end up writing a review for what are essentially padded underwear, but here we are. I recently (within the past 3-4 months) started cycling for exercise. Initially I had trouble getting used to the rather unforgiving seat on my new bike, so I replaced the seat with a more padded model. This worked for a while, but on longer rides (20 miles+) I noticed that the padding was too firm and actually caused some pretty major pain. As an experiment I bought these and one other…

  2. These used to be “Great Inexpensive Riding Underwear Helped Me Enjoy Riding My Bike Again!” But not so much now, read on… Please Read My Update Below:Original Review: I’m an overweight bigger guy, 6’2, 240 lbs., 49 years old. I recently started riding again. First ride around the neighborhood, without padded shorts -miserable. It kept me off the bike for months. I bought these shorts and decided to try it again and was able to ride 6.6 miles, twice in a day (that’s a half running marathon folks!). Honestly, there’s still a bit of tenderness afterwards, but vastly improved so that I actually really enjoyed…

  3. Baleaf vs. Ohuhu vs. Xcellent Global It was difficult for me to tell which was “best” based on the descriptions and reviews so I decided to order one each of the Ohuhu, Xcellent Global and Baleaf to decide for myself.Overall, all three do a nice job of providing padding where needed, help keep me dry (and thus prevent chafing) “down there,” dry quickly, are comfortable, and appear to be wearing well. After I have ridden, and then gotten off the bike, none of them have that “full diaper” feel when I walk around. None…

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