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Review: Pactimo Mountain Bike Shorts are Baggies that Aren’t too Baggy

June 05, 2019

Review: Pactimo Mountain Bike Shorts are Baggies that Aren’t too Baggy

by Jeff Barber - Singletracks.com

I made the switch to baggy mountain bike shorts a long time ago and haven’t looked back. Don’t get me wrong, spandex and lycra are super practical for all types of cycling, but baggy shorts just seem more mountain-bikey. Yet, I’ve tested plenty of baggy mountain bike shorts that are just so baggy — and hot — that make me reconsider the whole thing entirely.

I’ve been wearing two pairs of baggy mountain bike shorts from Pactimo for many months now — the Terrain and Apex — and both strike a nice balance between being baggy — but not too baggy — for mountain biking.

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