Fly Racing Compression Shorts - 2010

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Rating 3.78 of 5 (9 Reviews)

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Fly Racing Compression Shorts - 2010
  • Compression Shorts are built with a snug fit to prevent chafing and provide support
  • Bio-foam molded padding in the hip and tail bone areas
  • Elastic thigh and waist bands keep the short in place


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  • Item # 8264

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Overall Rating: 3.78 of 5

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great shorts

Exactly what they describe,,,great fit and comfortable. Good extra protection.

Pedro - May 04, 2010

(NYC, NY)

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Good product

I just wore for 500+ miles in one day on a KLR. They were fairly comfortable and the tailbone padding seemed to help. They do fit a little funny, but do add a little protection and were worth the money.

Dave - July 02, 2010

(Wasilla, AK)

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Fly Racing-Compression Shorts

Very comfortable other than waist size (that’s my fault). I feel very protected wearing them. Very good price & service for a nice pair of compression shorts.

Tem McFaddin - November 07, 2008

(Blythewood, SC)

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Over all great riding shorts

The only complaint that I have is the waist band is SOOOO tight! It hurts after ridding, but if you just fold the elastic band over it helps a lot. I would defiantly recommend them to my friends!

Kelly - April 05, 2010

(lynnwood, WA)

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Waist is too small

An earlier review mentioned that the waist was tight but blamed it on himself. I wear 34" waist jeans. These are VERY tight around the waste yet are loose everywhere else. Not much compression for the legs in fact I would say practically none. However, I wanted them more for the extra padding than for the compression and in this regard they are good. I just hope the waist loosens up cause if it don't I'll have to make some cuts.

Floyd - March 31, 2009

(Los Angeles, CA)

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fly Cshorts

all around its was a okay product but it doesn't fit well I have about a 31 inch waist and it fits way too tight around my waist and the legs are loose as hell and also the crotch/butt pad feels weird (I got a medium for your info)

Bobby - April 14, 2010

(johnstown, PA)

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Great shorts messed up by a MAJOR flaw

Too small. I got the the largest size, and I am 6-1, 175 lbs and they are so tight at the waistband ripped a little putting them on the first time, though every other area fits SNUG, but not crazy tight like the waistband. When I am not riding, i am running ultras and have little belly fat, though I am not a string bean type though. So unless you are an elf working at the North Pole order XL.

Joe - July 02, 2012

(holmen, WI)

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Dont recommend. Sizing way off

You need a body of a superhero for these to fit. Legs are huge and waist band tiny and too tight. Im a size 32 in everything. I bought the large fly shorts, and im swimming in the legs, while the waist band cuts off circulation. Shorts now in rag pile.

Alan - June 26, 2012

(Airdrie, AB)

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WAY TOO TIGHT!!!!

Unless you have a size 30" waist don't order LARGE! These shorts are sized two sizes, too small!!! Mostly in the ELASTIC! They feel comfy in all the other areas though. But they are cheaply made, the inner paddings is pretty thin....

VINCENT C. - November 29, 2011

(LAS VEGAS, NV)

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