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Louis Garneau Krocknicker - Men's - 2009 BCS
Pull on the Louis Garneau Krocknickers and go see the world with your knees safely covered. The Krocknickers are ready for urban exploration, cool-weather commuting, or even light-duty mountain biking. A removable liner with a chamois lets you go the distance or wear them casually without looking like an adult-diaper commercial.
- Bamtex fabric provides excellent moisture management and abrasion resistance
- Adjustable, elastic waist lets you dial in the fit to avoid a crack attack
- Articulated knees put an end to funky bunching on the bike
- 21-inch inseam protects your legs while staying out of reach of your drivetrain
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April 21, 2011
I bought 2 pair of these and they are great! the fabric is way comfortable! The fit is good & sizing works great for me..6'2"/200lb, the medium works great for me.
Anyway, the liner is good but the stretchy fabric moves well with the body, it's pleasant to the touch and the high, rear waist panel hides my plumber's crack for the long cross town commute...i want another pair!
Is the "india ink print" color as ugly as it looks in the photo? The solid color pants don't come in my size, unfortunately.
May 16, 2011
April 14, 2011
Got a medium 5'10" 170
Outers fit great. The liner pad is about 4" shorter than a standard pad. The liner pad is horrible, after 90 minutes, you will be wanting to rip them off. Some kind of weird plastic material for the pad cover.
Outers are great though, thin to keep cool and cover the knees fine.
Just toss the liner immediately.
April 12, 2011
I've gotta go 4 stars only because the removeable padded spandex man-panties that come with these awesome knickers are 1 size smaller than the pant themselves. I ordered L but the liners were M. Perhaps this is standard operating procedure for cycling apparel where tightness is a virtue, but shoehorning my not-extraordinary girth into these liners produces the sound of straining stitches every time.
Pants fit perfectly, and are very well made. Liners are worthless due to the size disparity and femoral artery constriction. But I cherish these even without the man-liner-panties.