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Club Ride DamselCham
$59.99
Club Ride's DamselCham liner shorts offer breathable support. Its CoolMax chamois keeps you feeling fresh throughout your ride. and a soft waistband is comfortable underneath your shorts.
Club Ride Jewel
$49.99 - $69.99
- Breathable, stretch mesh panels - 5-panel body-shaping construction - Flatlock sewn chamois pad - Wide waistband with soft inside
Club Ride Johnson Innerwear
$49.99
Heading out for a hot lap on your lunch break? The Johnson is a minimalist chamois with soft four-way stretch fabric comfortable enough to wear all day. Club Ride has changed the game redesigning our Innerwear with soft, light, quick-drying, four-way stretch knit fabric. - ActiveFlow Quick Drying, Breathable 4-way Stretch Fabric - Fabric Content: 44% Nylon/44% Polyester/12% Spandex - Fabric Weight: 160 g/m² - 6-Panel Body Shaping Construction - Wide Waist Band for Comfort and Lasting Fit - Boxer Brief Fit/6.5” Inseam - 3mm Single Density Light Protection Chamois - 1-Hour Ride Time: Chamois comfort is very specific to each person. We classify the Johnson as a comfortable liner for up to a 1-Hour ride in the saddle
Club Ride Montcham
$85.99 - $89.99
- Quick-drying breathable stretch mesh fabric - 7-panel body shaping construction - Wide waistband with soft inside - Anatomically-shaped women's specific pre-shaped chamois - 8mm dual-density chamois with Gel insert for vibration control - Anti-microbial microfiber
Club Ride Montcham Innerwear
$79.99 - $80.99
Not sure what trail you'll end up on or how long you'll be in the saddle? The MontCham is a rider's go-to liner built to keep a rider comfortable on and off the bike for the widest array of rides. Club Ride has changed the game redesigning our Innerwear with soft, light, quick-drying, four-way stretch knit. - ActiveFlow Quick Drying, Breathable 4-Way Stretch Fabric - Fabric Content: 80% Nylon/12% Polyester/8% Spandex - Fabric Weight: 200 g/m² - 4-Panel Body Shaping Construction - Wide Waistband for Comfort and Lasting Fit - Mid-Length/8” Inseam - Anatomically Female Specific Pre-Shaped Chamois - 8mm Dual Density with Gel Insert for Vibration Dampening - Perforated Memory Foam for Increased Ventilation and Elasticity - 3-Hour Ride Time: Chamois comfort is very specific to each person. We classify the Montcham as a comfortable liner for up to a 3-Hour ride in the saddle
Club Ride Woodchuck
$85.99 - $89.99
The men’s Woodchuck baselayer packages premium performance in an athletic-brief-style short. The Woodchuck uses an Italian-made, 3D-molded, triple-density pad that is constructed with gel inserts around the sit bones area, providing best-in-class vibration control and long-distance comfort during intense rides. The triple-density men's-specific molding keeps the parts of your body safe and sound while on the saddle. If you’re looking for the pinnacle of performance in a brief-style liner, the Woodchuck is your creature.
Club Ride Woodchuck Innerwear - 3 Hour
$79.99
Not sure what trail you'll end up on or how long you'll be in the saddle? The Woodchuck is a rider's go-to liner built to keep a rider comfortable on and off the bike for the widest array of rides. Club Ride has changed the game, redesigning our Innerwear with soft, light, quick-drying, four-way stretch knit fabric. 3 Hour Ride Time: Chamois comfort are very specific on personal preference. That said, we classify the Woodchuck as comfortable up to 3 hours in the saddle. - Fabric: ActiveFlow quick drying, breathable four way stretch fabric - Fabric Content: 54% Nylon / 34% Poly / 12% Spandex - Fabric Weight: 155 g/m² - Construction: 6 Panel body shaping construction - Waist Band: Wide waistband for comfort and lasting fit - Fit: Mid Length Fit, 9.75" Inseam - Chamois: Anatomically male specific pre-shaped chamois - Chamois Density: 8mm triple density foam with gel insert for vibration dampening - Chamois Ventilation: Perforated memory foam for increased ventilation and elasticity
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