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Alpinestars Bionic Freeride Shorts

Created to be worn under a pair of motocross pants to provide protection for offroad riding, skiing or downhill MTB, Alpinestars Bionic Freeride Short delivers performance, safety and comfort.


  • Protective yet extremely comfortable and flexible under pants
  • Lycra and mesh base construction
  • Ventilated, Bio-foam padding on hip, thigh and tailbone area for provides comfortable yet highly effective impact protection
  • Hard PU inserts reinforce the thigh and tailbone areas for additional impact and abrasion resistance
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Alpinestars Bionic Freeride Shorts 4.5 5 84 84
Good, but not the best. These are comfortable and fit great. I have not had them long enough to test their durability, although I have worn them on a 10 hour day trip and they felt great the whole time. The protection is good, however I wish that there was another piece of armour between the tailbone protector and the hip protector in order to help protect your rear in case you should slide on it. The Dianese version of this has it, and for the same price, however they were back ordered in my size. September 5, 2015
Good shorts if you get the sizing right I purchased these shorts to wear underneath a pair of Dainese Drake Super Air Tex pants that have no protection in the hip area. The combination of both has been good. I wear a 32-33 waist jean and had to order a size large so the shorts run slightly small. Hip bone protection comes via two large upper soft pads. Hard armor is used for the thighs and coccyx protection. The first time I wore them was on a weekend ride in Arkansas in June riding 6-8hrs each day and had no issues. August 24, 2015
very small order size over good product. ....but don t follow the size chart order size over July 27, 2015
A Miss for Alpinstars Should have followed fit chart instead of advice from reviewers to purchase larger size. Poor hip protection. Weak elastic waist band. July 20, 2015
Real world crash with hip injury wearing these shorts I've had these for a while now, and recently had a nasty dirtbike crash. Flew over the handlebars probably around 25 mph. I was wearing all the gear, including these shorts. I kind of walked away after an ER visit, but had a nasty hip pointer which has had me off the bike for 4 weeks now. The leg and tailbone padding is the minimal stuff you get on knee guards and elbow guards. However, the padding where you really need it (hips) is basically a soft padding that is easily compressed. I don't even see why they bothered adding it. Plus the hip "pad" doesn't go over the hip bone area. My motocross pants had some hip pad sewn in that augmented these shorts, but I don't think it all helped much. Obviously, armor is not going to prevent every injury, but do yourself a favor, and get a pair of shorts that are way more comfortable with real armor with better coverage from Bohn. Only wish I'd have bought the Bohn shorts the first time. I'm guessing the forcefield shorts would probably be pretty good too. By the way, the tailbone pad was uncomfortable to sit on for extended periods of time and they run small if you decide to try your luck with the Alpinestars. May 26, 2015
Runs Small But Very Comfortable and Increases Confidence Following others' advice, I got the XL even though I wear L in most other things. I am 6'0" and 195 and generally wear 34 waist in jeans and slacks. The XL is a perfect fit for me. Subject line says the rest. May 25, 2015
Good product, snug fit Don't try to go on the small side; these are quite snug, but no doubt that will keep them in place if you hit the pavement. Feel very solid, should be good protection, but fortunately haven't tested them. Really not too hot, but like all gear better when moving than when stuck in traffic. I wear them easily under Kevlar jeans. May 25, 2015
Great price fits very comfortable These shorts feel like nothing is on. Very comfortable They have excellent padding for impact protection. The Elastic strips on the bottom inside the short work very well thy keep them from ridding up when in ridding position and are not uncomfortable like I thought they would be. I feel like my butt bone thighs and hips would be very protected if I where to fall from my bike. Hopefully I never have to find out. Shipping was fast and I recived emails when they shipped and an email asking if I had received them the people at revzilla where very helpful and curtious. April 13, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Myrdale L: I'm hoping these padded shorts will fit under my regular jeans. The jeans I have are one size bigger to accommodate knee pads and padded shorts. Oct 18, 2015
Alan S: Needed some additional protection under my adventure riding pants. These work well and are not too hot in the summer. Oct 1, 2015
Nicolas S: Using this for supermoto track. Aug 3, 2015
nicholas f: tail bone protection. Jul 18, 2015
Bobby A: great for dirt riding. will protect your hips and seat from falls. Jun 24, 2015
A S: More protection while riding. May 17, 2015
gary j: wanted hard plastic and tail bone protection to wear under motocross pants Apr 11, 2015
Kyle C: I ordered another pair before this and the protection did not feel very solid. I plan to ride off road a lot and needed something with hard pads for better protection. These seemed to be the best fit for my need. Apr 8, 2015
Patrick J: Because I feel naked without any protection around my waist Mar 23, 2015
Merquis G: Did not fit well returned Mar 14, 2015
P E: seemed the best option for stunt riding Feb 8, 2015
JD D: For enduro rides and more aggressive dirt road riding like Big Bend National Park. Dec 22, 2014
Peter Jay J: Survival and safety. I ride mainly on highways at high speeds. Nov 29, 2014
R M: Company reputation, good reviews. Nov 3, 2014
michael j b: reviews were good - had good luck with A-stars products. Oct 30, 2014
edward l: so I can pretend to be iron man in my living room Oct 19, 2014
Arnold G: to protect me ars if I come off my bike! Oct 8, 2014
Nathan K: I needed something to turn everyday wear into aggressive wear. Aug 17, 2014
Christopher L: One of the only hard shell impact shorts on the market. Aug 13, 2014
Claudio G: Fantastic Aug 3, 2014
Roger R: I want to have the most protection from every ride I go out. Jul 3, 2014
Bruce B: good price. works well. Jun 6, 2014
Yunfei J: great May 23, 2014
J C: After a recent racing accident I almost broke my hip this will help reduce the impact damage immensely Apr 30, 2014
orlando F: my riding buddy told me to protect my jewels and choose these to cover everything so I went with it. Apr 24, 2014
Eric C: Extra protection and versatility for use with different riding gear. Apr 17, 2014
Austin E: something i can wear daily under my jeans...hopefully Apr 16, 2014
michael c: For when price and style have little protection Apr 15, 2014
Felix L: recommended by your team. Mar 31, 2014
Shaun B: Chose these to wear under leather/mesh Icon Compound pants; will review once I receive them Mar 29, 2014
Brooks M: Wanted something that I could wear under my jeans or chinos for casual rides. Jan 30, 2014
Brady M: To wear under shorts in SoCal summer riding. Combined with Gaerne Boots and MSR Reflex Knee Braces. Jan 19, 2014
Jeremy W: After I low-sided last season, I realize that my injuries would've been prevented had I worn more protection. So, I decided to get the Alpinestars Bionic shorts after comparing several other shorts. They have the protection and they look really comfortable! Jan 10, 2014
Robert L: Protection Dec 11, 2013
Chris B: Needed it to complete the set Nov 28, 2013
Johnnie B: My "go to" armored underwear. I almost always use these armored shorts for my long highway trips. Comfortable, easy to wear, substantial upper-leg protection. Nov 4, 2013
camilo p: Amazing you can use it even for a daily ride!!!! Oct 22, 2013
Douglas B: Wanted added protection and the review suggested that it fit well and didn't bother rider comfort. Oct 17, 2013
Marvin S: Protection while dirt bike riding Sep 4, 2013
J A: To wear under my jeans. Aug 31, 2013
Jee L: I'd like to be as safe as I can while riding. Aug 16, 2013
A shopper asked: if my waist measurement is 32 what is the best size for me? Apr 23, 2011
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davekmdmd: I'm 5'8", weigh 158. 32 pants are a bit large for me. I wear 31 waist when I can get pants in that size. I purchased MEDIUM and they fit fine. The waist/seat was maybe a tad large and the leg opening maybe a tad small, but I wore them for 2 full days at Cornerspin 'roadracing in the dirt' school and they were nearly perfect for me. May 12, 2012
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Kman: I'm a 32 and have prechased a med. It is a nice snug fit alittle tight in elastic around leg if u r planing on getting any hevyer I would buy next size up May 7, 2011
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Aerikk: your waist is not a "squishy" area. Stick with your actual pant size unless you are planning to wear more than two layers. May 24, 2012
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Lestat: I based my purchase on their sizing chart and with me, they got it right. I would recommend you get size Medium. Jan 12, 2012
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CandyR6: Unless you are REALLY lean with very little muscle mass and not butt, then you need a large like I did. Mar 21, 2013
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rusk: i got s/m and im a 30 and it fits good and comfortable it has a lot of adjustability :] Apr 26, 2011
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fatboypin: I have the same waist. My height is 1.77m, 70kg.
MD fits like a glove - snug.
Apr 15, 2012
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Chris K: I think a MD would give you a snug fit. Apr 25, 2011
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A shopper asked: How well would this fit under a 1-piece racing suit? My suit came with some cheap foam hip protectors that have since torn off and I'm looking for something with a bit of hip/thigh/tailbone protection but don't want it to be too bulky or stick out of the suit too much. Dec 27, 2013
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Darrin K: I could not directly say. I ride off road so my pants fit a little loose but these shorts are pretty slim fitting. The hard panels are a little bulky but I do not see how you can get around that without going to just soft padded armor. If you want some hard stuff between you and the ground, I would imagine you have to accept a little bit of bulk. That being said, I doubt they would make it stick out a whole lot. Dec 28, 2013
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JP N: I do like these shorts, I like the protection they offer and they don't feel bulky wearing them. But they obviously add to your hip/thigh area girth. I wear them under dirt bike pants which are lose fitting, which provide plenty of room for me. I would say unless your race suit is fairly lose fitting in those areas that these probably wouldn't work. Dec 30, 2013
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Frank S: They may be too bulky. I purchased them to use under my motocross pants and they work fine in that regard for off road riding. I think that using the FOX armored shorts may be better as they are slimmer and I use those under my 2 piece leathers for added protection Jan 1, 2014
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Jean C: Depends on the fit of your racing suit, i wear size large alpinestars shorts, and my normal jean size waist 34, can hardly tell these are underneath, and they offer nice level of protection compared to nothing else. Dec 27, 2013
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PATRICK J: They fit very well under racing suits....as long as the suit as some room to work with, it should fit comfortably. Then once you zip up and hop on the bike, you won't even notice they are there. Hope this helps! Dec 27, 2013
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Joseph N: The hip pads are a little bulky but offer great protection. They should fit just fine. I wear them under jeans. Dec 27, 2013
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Denis I asked: Hi, if i will wearing it with pants 'alpine stars A10 sport' it be comfortable or not? Jun 1, 2014
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JD D: I'm never aware that I'm wearing them while riding. They're that comfortable. I sit just a little forward of upright and ride an R1200GSA and a Yamaha WR250R. Jun 1, 2014
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Denis I: what pants are you wearing? Jun 1, 2014
Gui F: They're comfy, have worn them to track days and never got in the way, Jun 14, 2014
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Bruce B: I agree with the answer above. You forget you are wearing them. Jul 3, 2014
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Enerius I: it's comfortable. Jun 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would these be suitable and good for street riding? Daily commuting, and joy riding? I can't always suit up in leathers. But would like to have some peace of mind knowing that if I slid across the pavement my hip and thoughts will still be useful. What other suggestions do you have? I like to be able to wear jeans when I'm in a rush and get called into to work for an emergency Mar 6, 2014
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Stefan L: Yes, they work well for that. They do not get too hot in the summer and provide better protection than most hip pads and riding pants. I purchased them and am using them because of the fact that I wanted more protection. As others have described they are well padded and you might have to get a pair of pants that will comfortably fit over them. Jeans with Kevlar panels will not help you in the initial impact, that's where these will come in and they could protect you from fracturing any bones in a crash. They run at least a size small though. Apr 6, 2014
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JD D: As long as your jeans fit a little loose in the hips and thighs you should feel comfortable wearing the Freeride shorts underneath. Whether or not the tailbone armor plate causes discomfort is a matter of personal fit. I'm comfortable walking and sitting all day in mine. You might also consider jeans with Kevlar panels. Mar 6, 2014
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Bobby A: I bought these for street riding and ended up using them for dirt only. The sides are really thick. So unless you have a lot of room in your jeans it will not feel good or fit. Mar 7, 2014
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Thomas W: I wear these most of the days I am riding. Very comfortable more stealthy than they appear in the photo's. ATGATT.... Mar 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does these fit along the lines of compression shorts and boxer briefs? Jan 28, 2013
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MJBGSXR1000: More like boxers if you go up in size, but if you try true to fit, then like compression shorts.
I have a 38" waist and went for the XXL and they fit me perfect, even though they are slightly snug, but after one ride they have stretched a bit and I do not even feel them while I ride.
Mar 17, 2013
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RevZilla: The fit of the Alpinestars Bionic Freeride Shorts is indeed similar to the Alpinestars Comp Pro Shorts. Typically, we recommend using your underwear size as a reference. Jan 31, 2013
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Arcee: I couldn't pull these pants up over compression shorts or shorts with hip/thigh/tailbone padding. Feb 2, 2013
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CandyR6: Smaller. GO A SIZE UP from your normal compression shorts/briefs. Mar 21, 2013
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Gregory W asked: How good is the tailbone protection? I'm tired of tiny little tailbone pads that don't offer much protection. I fall on my backside a lot and I need better than average tailbone protection. Feb 9, 2015
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Tyler G: It's pretty decent. It may not feel like much, but it has saved my behind multiple times (including landing in some rocks). If you're going to be coming down from more than 3 feet or so, I'd recommend looking for a little more protection. The price/performance is great, just make sure you get the sizing right. Mar 4, 2015
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Brian J: I have not taken a fall wearing them and cannot recall ever hitting my tailbone from falling off of a motor vehicle, but the tailbone protection is hard plastic with padding inder it. It looks like it will have an effect. How much of an effect is TBD. Feb 9, 2015
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Kevin B: Like the shorts, however, I cut my tailbone pad out! I was heading out on the road for a few months and sitting on that pad was quite uncomfortable. I really did not need it, was on my Vstrom, not my KTM. Otherwise, shorts seem solid.
Feb 9, 2015
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Thamer I asked: Would you recommend using these shorts with, alpinestar Atem race suit? Is there added value? Sep 20, 2014
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Gui F: Recently crashed at a track day wearing these, about the only part of my body not bruised was my hip, so yeah, they work, and work well. you just need to check the fit of your leathers, mine are bit wide at the hip so had no problem wearing these, if you've tailored your leathers or have to really squeeze into them I can see it as being a problem. Nov 10, 2014
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Alton B: I'm not familiar with that race suit, but I bought these shorts to wear under my Dianese Delta pro pants and like them for their comfort and the added protection they add. Sep 20, 2014
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Shaun B: I wear these under Icon leather pants for the impact protection - I find them a bit bulky but quite comfortable and I like the feeling of having the added protection. Nov 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: How to wash and dry ? Jan 9, 2013
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CandyR6: They have wash instructions, but I am spraying them with a fabric freshener between washes, then hand washing and line drying them when they do need need a real wash. If you do machine wash them I would suggest putting them in a load with other large soft times like towels and pants. I would personally avoid machine wash as much as possible though, for both their sake and your machine's sake. Mar 21, 2013
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kevin c: For most synthetic sports clothing, warm to cool water, whatever soap you normally use BUT I rinse twice to ensure I remove all of the soap residue. I prefer to air dry indoors whenever possible. The dryer is hard on gear. Mar 15, 2013
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RevZilla: Good question! We contacted Alpinestars and they recommended hand washing with a cleaner that does not use detergent, then air dry. Machine washing and drying may damage the product. Jan 9, 2013
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kugv k asked: Hi there, I am wondering what kind of protection these would offer in a slide. Lets say I'm going down to the shops or to a mates place. Not going over 40 mph. If I wore these under some solid shorts, would I stand a chance at beating road rash? I plan on buying these to go under my riding pants regardless, because I want more protection for commuting. I know these a designed for impact, but curious if they'd offer anything at all for sliding. Thanks! May 20, 2015
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Alan W: I would think the plastics will help save u from road rash on your thighs. Wont help ur butt cheeks if they r sliding on the ground tho...but there is a piece of plastic that covers ur tailbone. I like these shorts but i havent gone down yet so i cant confirm the actual performance. There is slight cushion for ur hips (or just below ur hips) but i dont think that area will help much with protection from road rash. I bought these shorts specifically for impact situations which i believe they will do well. I rely on my pants and jacket for road rash. I wouldnt rely on the shorts for road rash if you are wearing thin shorts on the outside. Hope that helps. Ride safe!

My opinion is these are acceptable...and they are not uncomfortable.
May 20, 2015
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John B: If you were sliding on your side, I'd say you would have very good protection against road rash. If you slid on your but, not so much. There is just one little hard plastic protector on the rear to protect your tailbone. I put a leather wallet in each back pocket. Don't know how much that would help but it makes me feel better. These are pretty comfortable, by the way. May 20, 2015
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Minsu N asked: Ok so I know that the sizing questions has been asked many times...But im 6'1 and around 200-210 pounds Very muscular build. My waste size is 32-33 depending on the brand of pants I wear. I previously ordered the Dianese Hard Shorts in Large thinking that Medium might be too small but it ended up being large, the thighs and waste were snug but I think thats just the way it was suppose to be, everything inbetween was really loose AKA things moving around. I wanted to order the Alpine b/c i think it might fit better and give better protection but im worried to order the medium and it being to small and ordering the large and it being too big, i really dont want to spend another 7 dollars and 3 days to test this out. Does anyone have any good insight? Apr 30, 2015
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Garey C: They are supposed to be snug.....I can't help you with exact data but I'd say guess small if in between. I'm 5'10" 185 lbs and 35" waist I got large and it fits well. Jun 4, 2015
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cristina r: Yeah go with medium May 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: How good is the tailbone protection? I'm tired of tiny little tailbone pads that don't offer much protection. I fall on my backside a lot and I need better than average tailbone protection. Feb 9, 2015
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Cory T: The tailbone protection is very adequate. It's about 3.0" wide at the top narrowing to about 2.0" at the bottom, and somewhere between 5.0"-6.0" long. Its outer shell is hard plastic with a fairly thick softer interior layer. I never had the pleasure of crashing my motorcycle with these but I wore them under my leathers and the size of the tailbone protector didn't bother me while riding for a whole afternoon. I wear these every time I ski and they have saved me so much pain, though my tailbone is usually the last thing to hit if it does. I highly recommend the shorts for any activity that you are doing where you are pushing the limits and/or could potentially wreck/crash/fall and injure yourself. Feb 11, 2015
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Stephen H: I hated the tailbone pad and removed it. It was uncomfortable for long rides which is why I ordered them. . I like to gear up for those trips. Otherwise, I like these a lot and feel they are good protection, though I do need to pull them up every now and then when walking around after riding. Mar 19, 2015
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James D asked: How does this armor compare to CE 1&2 level armors? Sep 29, 2014
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glen i: It's obviously very rugged, if not a bit overboarddue the enourmity and thickness of the pads. You really have to size the pants up to handle that thickness especially if you have large upper legs. On my superbike, I simply can't use them because my suit isn't sized accordingly. so I use my FOrcefields with a couple layers of padding removed. For offroad, I use my forcefields with all layers. I suppose the Alpinestars offer greater protection than my soft armour for punctures and point loads due to the hard plastic shell, but I tend to gravitate towards the more comfortable gear and hope for the best. For a racer, I'd choose Alipinestars for greater protection and size my suit/pants accordingly. Sep 29, 2014
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Mike L: This armor is very protective but very uncomfortable and too hot in southern California Sep 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: The ítem have a drag protection?? Sep 26, 2013
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Jeff H: Not explicitly but the padding is very durable molded plastic that I would think would hold up well in a slide. Sep 26, 2013
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Monroe S: My guess is, No. It's supposed to provide protection from impact not dragging. The nylon that encases the armor would probably tear away if your riding pants/jeans tore open in a slide. I wear Kevlar jeans for dragging protection. Oct 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there padding in the seat for ride comfort ? May 20, 2013
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torquemaster: No. Side padding and small tailbone padding only. Jun 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: How would they fit on a women? I generally wear a 34 in mens pants and some times a 36 if the fit is slim or skinny. I'm 5'5'' and weight 70kg. Any suggestions about sizing? Jun 22, 2015
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