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    long baggies? - updated question

    Currently using aerotech baggies (12" inseam). Quality is great. But Id like something maybe 2 inches longer. Anyone know of a 14" inseam short with built in padded chamois? Or should I just switch to a separate chamois and mtb shorts?
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    Check out the Fox Demo cargo shorts. I think they have a 16" inseam and come with a detachable liner with chamois. Also check out the Fox Sergeant shorts. I'm not sure of the inseam length but it was pretty close in length to the Demo and also has the detachable liner with chamois.

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    Yeti has a new line of shorts with longer inseams. The Teller and Freeland have 14" inseams and the Padroni has a 15" inseam. They're available on backcountry.com or Yeti's web store.

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    Excellent! Thanks guys!
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    Ok so I decided to pick up liners in case I want to wear them under regular clothes for local rides or cruisin the beach.

    Now I need recommendations on mtb shorts that are comfy and well ventilated for those days when the temps get into the 90's. Anybody have any experience with these? Rockgardn Karma All-Mountain Shorts > Apparel > Shorts > Men's Cycling Shorts | Jenson USA Online Bike Shop
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    I am giving the TLD Skyline a try...I chose black but I really like the green too.
    Nice, light material - not super flashy graphics , linerless, and just enough knobby knee coverage for me (14" inseam)
    They "may" run small though - I am typically a 32" waist and had to go up to the 34" to avoid tight spots.
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