Oakley Compression Shorts

3/5 (3 Reviews)


Product Description

Woven MTB short with internal mesh liner, no zip fly and adjustable waistband and compression panels for slimmer leg.


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Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by wildwest a Weekend Warrior from Seattle

Date Reviewed: July 5, 2010

Strengths:    Price, Shell

Weaknesses:    chamois

Bottom Line:   
The shorts fit well, I like the large zipper vent system. The chamoise is too big. It fells like a diaper. I cut out the linner & wear spandex bike shorts under the shell.

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Favorite Trail:   everything dirt

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $35.00

Purchased At:   chainlove

Bike Setup:   Rize

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by mr magu a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: July 20, 2008

Strengths:    Fit good, look good, very comfortable.

Weaknesses:    The fly is definitely a little bit short for the intended use...

Bottom Line:   
A great deal, wish I had bought two. Love the way they feel, fit and ride.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $30.00

Purchased At:   chainlove.com

Similar Products Used:   Fox midranger, HOSS Hawg, Pearl Izumi


Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:4
Submitted by keade a Weekend Warrior from NY

Date Reviewed: June 22, 2008

Strengths:    light weight, cheap (at least, when I bought them)

Weaknesses:    hard to put on, needs longer fly to open shorts enough to put on. Feels loose around hips, needs tighter waist adjustments.

Bottom Line:   
The shorts ride well, but they are a b@#ch to put on! I can baely fit them over my quads. Once they're up, they fit OK, but feel a little loose around the hips... like they're going to fall down. The internal adjustable elastic waist doesn't really sinch up too tight. Drawstring would be better. Comfy once they're on though. The "fly" consists of 1 snap and doesn't open the shorts up enough to pull up. They could use a "fly" that goes a bit lower to help open the pants up. Glad I didn't pay full price!

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Favorite Trail:   Sis

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $25.00

Purchased At:   chainlove.com

Similar Products Used:   n/a

Bike Setup:   2006 Stumpjumper FSR

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