Zen Cycling Liner
Spec'd with a highly comfortable Cytech® chamois pad, the breathable compression fabric supports comfortably, minimizing fatigue.
Designed to be worn as a liner, or alone as a short.
- Lightweight nylon compression fabric provides exceptional compression, wicking, durability, and breathability.
- Effectively moves moisture to the outside of the fabric and spreads out on the surface for rapid evaporation – the feel is almost cooling to the touch (that's the really cool part – how it feels!)
- 30% spandex provides high power compression to support leg muscles
- UPF 50 sun protection
- Industry-leading Cytech® pad for all-day comfort
- Sewn in the USA (Old Fort, NC)
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These are the best cycling shorts I’ve worn. Excellent compression, padding and looks.
Honestly, great products. I ordered the Zen liner and a pair of gloves. The quality of these products is awesome. I was a little apprehensive to fork over the cash, but it really was worth it. I’m 6’1”, weigh about 220lbs, and have a 40 inch waist. I ended up ordering the XXL Zen liner. Hard to believe that I’m an XXL, as I’m not an XXL in any other bottoms that I own (or I’ve just been cultivating mass due to COVID- not sure lol). Regardless, products are still amazing and I’m glad to have snagged some that fit.
These are the best liners I’ve worn. Fairly snug and supportive, but no binding or pinching. They hit me mid-thigh, but I have long legs. Size normally if you like a little compression, or up a size if you want them snug but without the squeeze.
These check all of the boxes. They fit more snuggly than either of my previous favorite liners/bibs (Ibex liner shorts and Pearl Izumi Elite bibs, for reference). I haven't had them long enough to give feedback on the durability/longevity, though the quality of the materials, seams, and craftsmanship seem ready to roll for a long time. I can't wait to wear these in the summer months here in central NC as something tells me I'll be able to talk myself into more frequent and longer rides, even when it's 95 outside with matching humidity. I recommend these highly. And if the price seems steep, well, buy nice or buy twice. It's also very cool to know that I'm supporting some good folks that are here in NC!
They are the best ones I have ever used