Men’s Triumph Padded Spandex Cycling Knickers Reviews

Men's Triumph Padded Spandex Cycling Knickers Reviews
Men's Triumph Padded Spandex Cycling Knickers Reviews
Men’s Triumph Padded Spandex Cycling Knickers Reviews

Have you tried the Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers from Aero Tech Designs yet?

The Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers from Aero Tech Designs for men is a cycling knicker that is in between a bike short and bike tights. The Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers are basically padded (chamois) bicycle tights that are ¾ the size of actual bike tights giving less leg coverage than tights but more leg coverage than traditional bike shorts. This is my review of the Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers from Aero Tech Designs. Aero Tech Designs is not paying me nor recommending me to make this review – I am doing it at my own free accord because I commonly purchase apparel from Aero Tech Designs and I like to review their stuff. I hope you enjoy this review of the Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers by Aero Tech Designs.

Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers Review – Material

The material of ATD’s Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers is what first caught my attention. I expected the Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers to be a lot like my cycling tights – shiny and spandex material and thin. When I got the knickers in the mail and tried them on, the material was a lot different. It was thicker than I had imagined which is good since the knicker is used for colder weather/temperature road biking anyways. The material is about 80% nylon and 20% spandex and it is really comfortable. It is a stronger feeling material than most of my bike shorts and bike tights feel like. It has the right kind of compression but it isn’t too tight. It is like a second skin but a little bit more thick which is good for these colder days we have been having lately here in the Midwestern United States. I was quite impressed with the material to be honest.

Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers Review – Features

There are few notable features of the Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers by Aero Tech Designs. As I said above, the compression feels like a second but thicker skin which is perfect for cooler days that need something a bit more than traditional bike short coverage. The pad or chamois is seamless and feels right against my body – it also makes for a good short distance and long distance riding pad. I have an organized bike ride coming up next month and it might be cold still so I plan to wear the Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers on the ride and ride about 60-100 miles that day and I have no doubts that these knickers will be good for this ride.

Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers Review – Dislikes

I really don’t have a lot to say about dislikes on the Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers by Aero Tech Designs. If I had to think of any, it would be the chamois selection and coloring options. I would like to see ATD offer more options on pads to put in their products. For my own personal preference, I enjoy the Pro Shorts Pad more than I enjoy the thicker pads. I also like more color options. I hate the traditional black bike apparel standard that everyone seems to go with – black is so normal that people hardly notice it. That isn’t good for a guy riding on a 14 pound bicycle around people driving 4,000 moving objects – brighter colors will catch the attention of people driving around and/or near you and that is why I am for more colors – safety! Other than that, I have no complaints about the Triumph Padded Cycling Knickers by Aero Tech Designs.

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Marshal Durden
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