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    Fall/Winter pants for a newb?

    I saw these on ebay and wanted to ask the masters which should be better...



    Features:

    "CATHE" Napping, quick-dry function, keep you dry and cool in the hot condition and warm in cold condition
    2 zippered pockets on the front
    Draping Design on the knees
    Reflective logo
    Non-slip rubber bands and zippers on leg opening
    No cushion
    Uses WINDOUT which is a high polymer polyester coating; it is both water-repellent and wind proof. It also can get the water out easily. WINDOUT coating is very light itself, but once it connects with other special warm materials, it will be very warm. It is used to make some of SOBIKE's jerseys, pants and accessories.

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    PANTS----90% Polyester/Nylon 10% Lycra
    Fleece inside, It can keep you warm in cold condition
    Lycra material provide super flexibility and keep your body dry
    Full length zipper and 3 rear storage pockets
    High quality tights fabric: light and decrease the wind
    Even you're sweaty,the Jersey never adhere to your skin
    LYCRA Material--10 %

    I live in cold northern Illinois.

    Thank you everyone!

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    In MY opinion, I say forget both of those and look at bibtights.

    Mens Padded Bike Tights, Men's cycling tight, Windproof Biking Pants

    I have the Aerotech house brand ones. All good things to say about em.
    I like turtles

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    In MY opinion, I say forget both of those and look at bibtights.

    Mens Padded Bike Tights, Men's cycling tight, Windproof Biking Pants

    I have the Aerotech house brand ones. All good things to say about em.
    Looks good! But... out of my budget...

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