Sobike NENK Cycling Pants Wind Pants Winter Pants Winter Tights -The Promise (M)

Sobike NENK Cycling Pants Wind Pants Winter Pants Winter Tights -The Promise (M)

Sobike NENK Cycling Pants Wind Pants Winter Pants Winter Tights -The Promise (M)
@ Product Details:

Condition: Brand New

Color: Black

Material: “WINDOUT”, 85% Polyester, 15% Spandex

Please noted that there is no pad!

WINDOUT is a high polymer polyester coating; it is both water-repellent and wind proof. It also can get the water out easily. WINDOUT coating is very light itself, but once it connects with other special warm materials, it will be very warm. It is used to make some of SOBIKE’s jerseys, pants and accessories.

Features:

Double-layer synthetic material in the front, Water-proof and WINDOUT

Breathable material on the back, 85% POLYESTER & 15% SPANDEX

No cushion, used with cycling pants or shorts, also available for daily wear

1 zippered pocket on each side

Zippers on leg openings, easily to adjust

Reflective logo on the left side

Draping design on the knee

Fourneedle six lines sewing, smooth and comfortable

Wash:

Wash with cool wate

  • Please noted that there is no pad!
  • Double-layer synthetic material in the front, Water-proof and WINDOUT
  • Breathable material on the back, 85% POLYESTER & 15% SPANDEX
  • No cushion, used with cycling pants or shorts, also available for daily wear
  • 1 zippered pocket on each side

List Price: $ 32.99

Price:

Cycling Pants

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Sobike NENK Cycling Pants Wind Pants Winter Pants Winter Tights The Promise M

3 thoughts on “Sobike NENK Cycling Pants Wind Pants Winter Pants Winter Tights -The Promise (M)

  1. 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best cold weather cycling pants EVER!!!!, January 22, 2015
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    These pants are amazing. I live in Central Wisconsin and commute to work by bicycle in the winter at least a couple times a week if not more. The coldest temp I have been riding in so far is -9 (not counting any windchill). We had a week or more of single digit temps. In low temps I wear a pair of insulated riding tights under them and that has been perfectly comfortable. You don’t ride in the winter expecting to be toasty warm but you don’t want to freeze either. These pants are perfect. Lately it has been in the 20’s and I wear these pants with just cycling shorts underneath, and I haven’t thought about my legs, meaning they aren’t in pain. In October before winter hit, I also bought a pair of Bontrager winter pants for $129. I only wore those once because they weren’t nearly as comfortable nor as warm as these. Sobike NENK seriously exceeded my expectations for the price. I thought they would be my back-up pants for the Bontragers but nope, they are my only winter riding pants. The other pair hasn’t left the drawer since I got to work with rosy red stinging thighs when it was only 11 degrees out. I couldn’t be happier.

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  2. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very satisfied, July 2, 2015
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    RS1994 (Chicago, IL) –

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    I live in Illinois and bought these for cycling in the winter (it can also be very windy here). I’m 6′, 190 pounds with a 33/34-inch waist, and the XL fit fine, and very nice around the waist (I lose weight when I bike more in the summer, so I’m more of a 34, 200 pounder in the winter). They look and feel like wind pants, but with padding. They are slim-fitting and feel close to the skin, but I guess bike pants normally are. (I see people wearing those real tight, yoga-pants type pants, but those didn’t appeal to me).

    So, when I ride in Illinois, I have the following approximate temperature ranges for dress:
    – 60 and above – shorts and regular shirt
    – 50 – 59 – shorts and a long-sleeved cycling shirt
    – 33 – 49 – long-sleeved cycling shirt and these pants. At this range, the pants keep me warm, but my legs get sweaty and hot, but it’s not unbearable. The pants breathe, so if it’s windy that helps cool my legs down.
    – 20 – 32 – In freezing temperatures, these pants are perfect. Minimal sweat and my legs stay warm; I’ve never had a problem with cold legs at this temperature, and I have no long underwear or anything – just these pants. I wear a coat and lobster gloves at this temperature range.
    – 20 and below – This is normally where I switch to almost exclusive inside cycling (spinning, trainer, etc.). I have biked in the 5-19 temp range with these pants, but with a thin layer of long underpants, my legs don’t feel too bad. They’re still somewhat cool, but definitely not freezing. I can’t stand riding for than an hour or two at this range, so my whole body is cold anyway.

    So, the bottom line is that I only wear these pants when it’s about 50 degrees and below. In the 33-50 range, my legs get a little warm and sweaty, but they’re not soaking wet. It’s nice not to have to worry about cold legs. When it gets below freezing (32), these pants are perfect.

    Another thing I like are the zippered pockets, which is helpful for carrying things around.

    In terms of durability, I’ve only had them one season, and they held up great. My goal is to get about 5 winters out of them. Based on this first year, I don’t think that will be an issue.

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  3. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    great pants!, December 29, 2013
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    K. L. Thomas
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    So far week three and they are working great. Even in 20 degree weather. Very comfortable and warm but breathable

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