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    smartwool rocks!

    Hi Girls!

    We all know Smartwool stuff is awesome, especially since it doesn't get funky after wearing it. I got a pair of their cycling shorts and I really like them; they are quickly becoming my favorites. I just wore them for a 2 day bikepacking trip that had me riding 8+ hours each day. They were comfy and did I mention no funk?

    The only downside is they seem to soak up Chamois butter so you need to reapply every couple of hours- I felt more often than my ultrasensors. Also the pad did seem a bit thick at first but it didn't do any real damage like the pinching you can get sometimes with the thicker pads.

    https://www.smartwool.com/default.cf...ottoms/_/2430/


    Tiff

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    I heart Smartwool!! I have a million socks! Now this opens a whole new opportunity to fall in love again!

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    I have the EweTurn shorts. Comfy once I exchanged the too small size for the next size up.
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    I LOVE their shirts. I've gotten them in every color I could find. I wear them for everything.
    And at the end of the day, she smelled of dirt.

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    How are the shirts for fitting bustier gals? Most bike shirts are designed for an A or B cup, it seems... as a DD, shirts tend to be a tent.
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    They're not bike specific. They're designed as long underwear. I can't speak to the bustiness level, as I fall in the A/B category.
    And at the end of the day, she smelled of dirt.

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    Hmmm. Long underwear tends to be more flat chested than anything else. I am looking for new bike clothing the local sporting goods stores have almost no women's section. I may need to drive up to Nashville to visit REI.
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