Connector Merino Cycling Knicker
This knicker-length base short provides all of the benefits and technology of our proven base-layers, but protects and warms your knees as well. Wear it alone or under your favorite MTB shorts.
- High compression merino fabric
- Industry-leading CyTech pad for all-day comfort
- Low profile custom silicone gripper keeps the leg hem comfortably in place
- Added articulation behind the knee
- Schoeller knee patches
- Reflective logos
- Sewn in the USA (Old Fort, NC)
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- night rides
- Zen liner
- So Cal
I have worn these 3 times now and they are great. Very comfortable and warm. I ride in California, so I questioned if they would be an essential item, but I already know that they are. I wear XL in most Kitsbow gear, but XXL in the Zen Liner. So I went with XXL for the Connectors. They are not quite as snug as the Zen but they are definitely the right size. Highly recommended.
Very well made and comfortable. They keep me warm on chilly night rides and cool mornings in the So Cal mountains. They fit pretty much as advertised but as some other reviewers have stated, they do run a tad long for us who are a little shorter in stature.
The difference between all synthetic, and these wool blend, knickers is amazing. My butt/legs never feel cold on descents, even when on those north facing forest roads that are still frozen. I’m 5’10”,and 167# - size Large is fine on all the circumferential dimensions, but a bit short on the waist’s height.
Loving these so far. Great chamois and fit, although definitely run a little small. Comfortable wearing with shorts or under tights/pants in cold temps.
Seem well made but the fit for me is off. I'm a 33 waist but tall (6'0) and went with the large. The waist is a little lose but the legs aren't long enough for them to set mid-calf, which appears the intention of the design. This means they set right below the knee and the cuff is not tight so they rub and cause sore spots which is a pain on rides longer than 50 miles--which is exactly what I got them for. They still get used but not for multi-day backpacking or epic gravel rides for which I thought they would be perfect.