A performance cycling short with impressive features and modern styling for committed road riders.
Graduate to the faster group ride
With sensible features, top-level comfort, and bold style, the Circuit Short offers practical performance for every type of ride. Multi-material construction and a molded dual-density chamois make the perfect pair for stylish all-purpose performance.
Stratus inForm Chamois with an OverEasy constructed dual-density foam pad
Clean cut compression leg gripper
10" (25cm) inseam
Fitted cut provides streamlined body fit for enhanced performance
These are the Best cycling shorts I have ever used.
I am a road cyclist and have only used these cycling shorts for just over a hundred miles, but they are the best fitting and most comfortable I have ever tried. I don't think I will use anything else from now on.
I haven't had them long enough to talk of their durability. I just hope they last.
I have had many favorite shorts over the last 38 years from LG & Cannondale. Most of them either fit too loose or too tight. Cheap ones didn't last me over 2 years. These feel good to wear and are made like they will last a long time. I'll buy more pairs soon.
Strongly suggest you try before you buy. I'm 6'3" 220lbs w/32" waist, but had to move up to XL to fit my legs. Otherwise, great feel - comfortable and right-height waist and thick leg band doesn't dig into my quads like the lower priced model, yet still provides adequate compression.
I have been using the Circuit shorts for a little over a year now for mountain biking. I wear it under my Evoke MTB short. So far it has been great for a guy who is 5'11" and weighs in at 185lbs. I find the lycra material to still retain its elasticity after all this time, but I have cared for it by only washing with cold water and then air drying (a MUST do otherwise you will loose your elastic in the material over time). For mountain biking, they are not the best short and this is mainly because the waist band tends to sit up pretty high. To this issue, others suggested I consider the Troslo bib short as it won't ride up and buckle on me at my waist. But I have still been using these for the meanwhile and they work great! No issues with movement either.