• Nice light-weight jersey that offers a lot of flexibility for adjusting to up-n-down spring temperatures. The color is perfect - highly visible. The zipper seems pretty strong, almost no catches so far. The pockets are the perfect size for taking things on the rides. When I wear a base-layer shirt under this jersey, I can ride in temps down to the high 40's. With just a t-shirt underneath, I can ride up into the low 70's - very versatile - it's not as hot as I thought it would be in higher temps, but it's also good for cooler temps too. Some of the stitching is beginning to show in the seams where there is more stress, but I've only been using it for about a month - probably 20 out of 30 days. So far, so good! I would buy another one just like it.
  • Very happy with the purchase of this shirt and pants . They both fit very well and are very comfortable. Perfect for temperatures in the 50s and 60s.
  • Very happy with the purchase of this shirt and pants . They both fit very well and are very comfortable. Perfect for temperatures in the 50s and 60s.
  • My friend got these for his father and loved it! He was actually just looking for pants but since the dealmwaa good he got him both top and bottom. He actually loved it so much that he got two of the same thing in different colors..its stretchy and breathable, really comfortable even when you are on a long ride.
  • I was not sure if these would actually be warm, but they really are. I am using these for running and yesterday I ran at 28 F with no problem/not cold at all. The fit is a little long, but I am short, 5' 8". I bought the medium. I can fold the waste over once and tie the drawstring for a very comfortable fit.
  • I'm always hesitant about buying clothing online, since every manufacturers' sizing systems seems to be completely different from each other.However, these couldn't have fit better if I'd selected them in person. I wear about 36 in waist, with a 30-31 in inseam. These fit snugly but not too tight, and the length is perfect - they're long enough that they don't ride up while I'm on the bike. And they're deep enough in the seat not to give any unfortunate soul behind me a plumber's butt view. After having a looser pair of pants get caught on my water bottle cage and nearly causing a catastrophe, I'm very happy with these.
  • I picked these up for cycling and hiking in colder weather. I'm 5'11", 175 pounds and the medium size fits me perfectly.They have a nice fleece lining that does an awesome job keeping you nice and warm. They feel like great quality thermal pants, for the money they are a steal.For cycling, I wear these as my first layer. I put my cycling shorts over these and that works the best for me. No chaffing and very comfortable. My last ride was in the high 30's, it was rainy and the trail was wet. Despite the cold and wet, I was plenty warm thanks to the thermal pants.These are nice and breathable, great for hard efforts where you work up a sweat. Not great for wind proofing. Personally, I prefer to have them breathable and be able to wick moisture away from me to dry out. So, if you're looking for something wind proof/resistant you might want to move on.Overall, these are priced very well and perform great. Keep me warm and dry while being very comfortable.
  • These tights are a great deal for the money. Contrary to many of the reviews here, I found them to fit as they should. I'm 6'1", 190 lbs and bought a size large. They are somewhat of a compression tight, so they need to be pulled up at the knees and ankles first, then the thighs, then the hips. When put on in this way, I think you will find that they aren't too long at the ankles, nor too low at the waste as some folks have reported. I use them for cycling in temperatures below 50º (34º the lowest I've tried) and they have done a fine job of keeping my legs warm, but not overheated. I've washed them 10 times so far with no degradation in fit or wear. I've bought other items of clothing from this company since, and they have also been of good quality.
  • My husband suffers from large and painful varicose veins above and below his knees. The ones at the back of his thighs are especially problematic, as that is where the edge of any chair seat presses on them, whenever he sits down. As we wait for approval from the insurance company before we can schedule surgery, we have been looking for ways to ease his discomfort. Compression seems to help, but compression bandages and leg sleeves slide down, or bunch. Out of desperation, I decided to order him compression shorts. I read all the reviews, and ordered three brands: Under Armour, Champion and CompressionZ from Amazon. My husband is 6'2 and 250 lbs -- and it was important that the shorts fit comfortably at the waist, and also provide compression all the way down to just above the knees. Of the three pair he tried, only the Compressionz had legs long enough, a waist high enough, and provided compression tight enough. I am ordering more pairs today
  • I use compression shorts for my workouts because I don't like how normal shorts ride-up when I'm doing floor exercises on my back. Most of my other "compression" shorts are more like spandex tights with little compression. These are the real deal. There is a moderate amount of compression, so it doesn't bind movement like when doing squats and lunges, and the waistband doesn't cut into your waistline. Leg seams don't ride up and the elastic doesn't bite into your legs. I have a 30" waist and normal sized thigh muscles. The medium fits me really well.
  • I love these things for biking. Never really enjoyed chamois much, so I'm not missing anything there. The fabric grabs nice without being too tight. What I'd love to see is a version of these in a cycling-bib format. Obviously the upper-body portion wouldn't need to be a compression fabric, but just something to help with the fact bike jerseys tend to ride up and racers eating my dust have to look at the small of my back as I ride away! Ah, a guy can dream. Back to reality... very comfortable. It took about 1.5 years, but I've finally worn 1 pair out on training. My 2nd pair for racing is holding up well and about to rotate into training duty. I just bought 2 more of these so I'm not in danger of having to do the laundry before going for a ride. I also got a pair of the full-legged version for cold weather, and it's just as awesome (obviously for colder weather, though not itself insulated at all, it helps).
  • I've been wearing compression shorts since 2011 when I started running and doing heavy squats. UA was the first brand and I fell in love. Over the years, their brand became more of just tight underwear with no compression. These things hold everything tight and give the support I've been looking for for years. They run a little long on me (stops just above the knees) but I don't mind. Usually my gym shorts and running shorts build up massive amounts of static cling but these don't. I own 3 pair now and will probably be buying more to replace the other brands I've bought over the years.