Oakley Factory Shorts

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $75.00

Product Description

  • 14" inseam
  • Adjustable static waistline with zip fly and belt loop
  • Zippered back pocked with corded zipper pulls
  • Flash pass lift ticket holder
  • 100% nylon construction

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by AlfonsoDBXSL a Cross Country Rider from Whittier, California

Date Reviewed: March 17, 2009

Strengths:    I was a bit skeptical at first with these shorts. I bought them because I thought they looked cool, plus Ive had other Oakley shorts and they have all been really good. To my surprise, for this price they didn't come with the under wear and protective padding found in almost all shorts this price. I thought the shop forgot to put them on but I looked it up online and they do not come with it. I tried them out and they are great! The fly is up high and allows for really good leg movement. Really they fit really comfortable. They are Oakleys so the quality is there. Nice shorts for the money, don't be scared to not buy them because of the absence of the padding, they are really good without it.

Weaknesses:    Lack of pockets. Only has 3. One on the left side and two on the back. No right pocket. The lack of padding can be painful sometimes but it depends on what type of saddle you have as well.

Bottom Line:   
These shorts are great, comfortable, stylish, light, and high quality. Get some if you come across them, Im sure you will like them like me.

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Favorite Trail:   Turnbull Canyon

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $80.00

Purchased At:   Whittier Cyclery

Similar Products Used:   many oakleys, hoss

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