Nema Crown Jewel Shorts

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Nema Crown Jewel Shorts 

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PerfectingTradition withThe Original High Performance Baggy. Designed with expertiseTo perform equally while racing and freeriding.The Crown Jewel is a higher quality shortThat isThe envy of all shorts.This short is aTrue value inThe Nema line. Rip-Stop Nylon Outer Shell Front-Pull Cotton Drawcord Rear Stretch Panel Two Hidden-Zippered Pockets Energy Gel Pocket Alpha X-Liner Molded 3-Piece Chamois

USER REVIEWS

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[Nov 05, 2010]
panzer07
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

High quality nice and comfy

Weakness:

sizing is out to lunch, I am a size 33 waist and large barely fits over my ars so get one size bigger

These shorts are great and have a great liner just need to sort out the sizing issues

Similar Products Used:

Oakley, Fox, Ponderosa,

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[May 11, 2009]
Frank D
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Fit (after you get them on) riding comfort, build quality, slide around on the saddle nicely

Weakness:

waistband is too tight, sizes aren't really accurate. i mean come on, I weigh 168 and stand 5'10" and i had to get a large

These are fine shorts. I've tried on a few Nema's over the years and they never fit or felt right. These are all day shorts.

Similar Products Used:

most aal of them over the last 20 years

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Nov 16, 2008]
rane
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Extremely comfortable, breathe well

Weakness:

chamois fits a little weird

I have four pair of mountain biking shorts, and these are always my first choice to wear, even though my other shorts cost a lot more and are from bigger brands. The chamois is a bit big, but it actually works just as good as my Oakley one and a hell of a lot better than the one in my Fox shorts.
They're comfortable to ride in, and I forget them, which is the best thing you can say for what you're wearing when you're riding.

Similar Products Used:

Oakley 3.7, Fox Sargeant

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 02, 2007]
Trey
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Great looks, nice chamios, intergrated inner, comfortable when not riding

Weakness:

The elastic draw string kinks in the toggle, the side kicks are so shallow that everything falls out of them when you sit down (unless you zip it), too hot to wear in really high temps

I like these shorts. In fact, I like them a lot more than I expected. They look sharp and they're very comfortable. The weaknesses that I listed are a nuisance but none of them are deal breakers. After years of riding in spandex, I bought these as an experiment. When I mountain bike, or even when I throw my leg over my fixie, I look for these shorts first. The chamois is very comfortable.

The only time I wished I'd worn my spandex was when I rode in 105 degree weather. And really, how much difference would that of made?

Similar Products Used:

Bellweather baggies

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Mar 15, 2007]
Wonksfald

Strength:

Well-designed, plenty of pockets.

Weakness:

Chamois is pretty weak, but better than nothing. Wish I'd noticed the Pricepoint brand shorts before I'd ordered.

Order the next larger size. Waist is ok, but is tough getting over the arse (cosider myself to have a normal size keister).

Similar Products Used:

tights

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
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