Pearl Izumi Quest Shorts

3.6/5 (5 Reviews)
MSRP : $50.00


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Product Description

A perennial favorite, Pearl Izumis popular Quest Short delivers value, fit, durability andTour 3d Chamois comfort. SELECTTransfer fabric setsThe benchmark for moistureTransfer 6-panel anatomic design Silicone leg gripperTour 3d Chamois Reflective elements for low-light visibility 9" inseam (size medium) Sizing -Waist Sm Md Lg XL XXL 29 - 31" 32 - 34" 35 - 37" 38 - 41" 42 - 45"


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Reviews 1 - 5 (5 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by rustywin

Date Reviewed: September 21, 2012

Strengths:    Great fit, reasonably durable

Weaknesses:    none that I can tell

Bottom Line:   
I put 500 miles on these boys this summer, no problems. There is some minor wear on one of the inner thighs, but after that mileage it is to be expected.

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Price Paid:    $30.00

Purchased At:   Amazon.com


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Carlos a Weekend Warrior from miami, fl USA

Date Reviewed: February 27, 2007

Strengths:    Low key and easy to hide under baggies. Low price and for the most part comfortable.

Weaknesses:    The pad is a little big but it pays off on the trails

Bottom Line:   
Not to bad shorts. Comfortable for the most part. I give it 4 chilli's because of the oversized pad and having to "readjust" the shorts. They are kinda slippery so you want to tie whatever shorts you put over them.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $28.00

Similar Products Used:   Oakley 2.0, Precarious Baggies


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Edith a Cross Country Rider from Miami, OK, USA

Date Reviewed: July 2, 2005

Strengths:    Lightweight and cool. The pad is great and keeps you comfy mile after mile. The leg grippers are not too tight and fit comfortably. The seams are flat and do not chaff.

Weaknesses:    The pad is quite thick and feels like a diaper if you try to walk much while wearing these. (You don't really notice that while riding.)

Bottom Line:   
Lightweight comfortable shorts that keep you cool. Pad is plush and keeps you from getting saddle sore, even on long rides. They are my favorite out of all of the bike shorts I have tried. Likely to buy again...

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Favorite Trail:   Joplin Singletracks

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $50.00

Purchased At:   Bicycle Specialists

Similar Products Used:   Salsa, Endura

Bike Setup:   Gary Fisher-Cake DLX 3 (Full Suspension)
Rocky Mountain-Vertex (Hardtail)

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Joe Tilley a Weekend Warrior from Caribou, ME

Date Reviewed: September 21, 2004

Strengths:    Very comfortable, kept me at the perfect temperatue in 45 degree weather.

Weaknesses:    Wore out in the inner thigh in one ride (20 miles)! Had to return it in less than a week.

Bottom Line:   
I bought the bib tights, thats why they cost $70. If they didn't wear then I would recommend them. But given they didn't last me even a week, I'd have to say stay away! Going to try some from Performance next.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $70.00

Purchased At:   Nashbar

Similar Products Used:   performance shorts

Bike Setup:   03 Giant Yukon with some part upgrades.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Fedder Better a Cross Country Rider from Austin

Date Reviewed: March 17, 2002

Strengths:    Cheap. Padded. Black. Don't sag.

Weaknesses:    Ermmm, need adjustment (if ya know what i mean). Feels like a diaper at first.

Bottom Line:   
Yer basic shiny tights. After riding in tighty-whities for so long, I kinda wonder what the heck took me so long to throw on a pair of tights. Like any decent short, it keeps yer stuff from flapping around dangerously and helps reduce butt-chaff from the normal underwear elastic. They're low key too since i wear em under baggies.

Only drawbacks are two. One, you gotta adjust yerself every once in a while because of the padding. And two, they feel like diapers or something if you're not used to it.

Overall, adds a big deal of comfort to rides -- especially long rides -- and keeps things in place. Oh, and they're reasonably priced so that's cool too.

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $39.00

Purchased At:   LBSs

Similar Products Used:   Fruit of the Looms.

Bike Setup:   Stuff n stuff

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