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    Can you recomend a good baggy Mountain bike short?

    How is fox high intensity short!
    Any other goodone? With a decent price!

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    I like the Hoss shorts I have...priced well at $55.00.

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    Hoss Ponderosa

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    awesome

    fox high intensity short is awesome. love mine, wear them tons, just wish they had another pocket or two.

    also have the hoss shorts. great first short or budget short, quality is also really good.

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    I have a pair of Oakley MTB 3.6 Bike Shorts that I really like. I picked them up on SteapandCheap for $27 a couple weeks ago. I had never tried any of the Oakly MTB gear but decided to take a chance because of the price. I'm glad I did.
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    Hoss Pondorosa.

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    where do you guys buy your mtb clothing? Theres nothing even close to it in *****, EMS, or any places like that. I"d hate to have to order online and hope i get the sizes right...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wacopacco
    where do you guys buy your mtb clothing? Theres nothing even close to it in *****, EMS, or any places like that. I"d hate to have to order online and hope i get the sizes right...
    I buy some online and others at my LBS. I actually don't try most things on in the store anyway so it isn't much different...unless I have to return it of course. I can't remember the last time I bought something, got it home,found out it didn't fit, and then had to return it though. Maybe I'm just lucky?
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    It's carbon dontcha know.
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    Fox High Intensity or Oakley MTB 3.6 are my new favourites.

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    Shave your legs and get some spandex

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    performance has one--cost in the mid 30s or 40s--very decent.

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    and..

    and be sure to where a brightly colored pro euro-jersey. be sure and play the role of cyclenewb.

    Quote Originally Posted by thawackattack
    Shave your legs and get some spandex

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    Steep and Cheap has Fox Racing Mid-Ranger Shorts for $31.25. They only have a size 32 so the pickings are slim but a great price if you are skinny...
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    Fox high intensity as well.

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    Anyone use the Rockgardn DH shorts? All of my armor and equipment is Rockgardn, and I love it all, so I am prone to buy these, as I'm about to buy a pair myself. Anyone with experience?

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    Ok ordered my Hoss from pricepoint pricematched to UC. price of $37

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    I picked up some Samurai shorts from Mountain Equipment Co-op here in Canuckistan...

    I pretty much live in the damn things.
    I ride with 65'er...he's a mountain goat....But then again, we need to throw him in the mud and pack his pockets with lead shot before a scale will read him. - Psycho Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorX
    I have a pair of Oakley MTB 3.6 Bike Shorts that I really like. I picked them up on SteapandCheap for $27 a couple weeks ago. I had never tried any of the Oakly MTB gear but decided to take a chance because of the price. I'm glad I did.
    I did the exact same thing. I've ridden with them a few times now and they work well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orlowskij
    I did the exact same thing. I've ridden with them a few times now and they work well.
    Yep. And I can vouch for how well they hold up in a crash. They don't even look like they are scuffed after sliding about 6' down a hill on my side. My leg didn't fare as well...
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    Just picked up the Huck shorts from MEC up here in Canada as well, as I can't wear just spandex shorts...they're quite nice, very comfy, have a bit of stretch to them, which I really enjoy. Oh, did I mention they come in more than just black (why all bike shorts seem to be black...)

    Nicely designed pockets as well, they're vertical on the legs as you wear them, so that while on the bike they're horizontal. Fabric looks to be pretty heavy duty, so long-term I think they'll hold up. Nice and light tho, and they dry like a dream.

    Not lined tho, so you'll have to wear something underneath.

    Tim

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