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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 06-27-2007, 03:12 PM Thread Starter
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Underwear ?

WHAT KIND OF UNDERWEAR IS THE BEST TO RIDE IN ?
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Hmmmm, well, I have some that were seamless that were pretty damn comfy. Beyond that, I found pretty much everything uncomfortable for the LONG rides. For anything under 200 miles, it's all about the same in my book.
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The boy shorts are the most comfortable for me. No elastic digging into sensitive areas while straddling the bike.
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Under Armour or a variation there of. You can get the knock-offs from WalMart or Target. Makes it easier to get in and out of your leathers or other riding gear. Helps block the wind in cooler weather. Bike shorts with padding is good for long rides. Cushioning the rear helps.

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Boyshorts sounds like something worth trying. I might pick up a pair to find out.

Personally, I wear these Hanes seamless microfiber ones all the time, even riding, and they're AWESOME! No weggies, stretch and move with me (and I'm a pretty active girl), and are light weight and breath easy. Best of all, they're full coverage bikini cut that look damn cute. So there's never have to "slip into something" if things get frisky after a long day.

I'm pretty sure they're hanes... might be something else.

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underwear??

thong of course - like U would want to sit on seams? umm - not comfy - at all . .

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im good with none sometimes.other than that i support the motion toward boy shorts.they keep the bootie feeling safe and secure and almost like they're not there at all.
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ill be the first to say this, but


sorry, someone had to say it ladies.
and it was either Duner or myself who was going to say it.


and why is there not a 'ttiwt' smilie icon in the selection box?

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