EKOI Born to Ride in EKOI bib short with NSAT pad

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The Born to Ride Collection has been designed in partnership with our U.S. design team for a more Rock'n Roll style.
Made in Spain.
Material and pad made in Italy.

- Pad with N.S.A.T gel inserts stop road buzz and distribute pressure across the sit bones..
- GEL ABSORPTION concept designed with MILAN's BIOENGINEERING POLYTECHNIC through 2016.
- Specific pad shape in 2 mobile parts adapts to the pedal stroke, providing an astonishing feeling of comfort and and freedom of movement.
- LYCRA air line channels: elasticated and ventilated as often found in TT skinsuits.

For use:
Road or MTB cycling

- Pre-shaped 3-panel cut
- Elastictaed thigh cuff with silicone dots for the perfet support throughout the pedal stroke.
- Sizes S / M / L / XL / 2 XL

- 100% breathable material: 80% polyester & 20% elastomere

Need some help on sizing? We’re on hand to advise as required, contact us.
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 WeightSize
S< 60 kg1.75 m
M61-70 kg1.80 m
L71-77 kg1.85 m
XL78-85 kg1.90 m
2XL86-92 kg1.95 m

  • Pad : N.S.A.T
  • Sale type : best selling
  • Range : Limted edition
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  • Kit M. 08/10/18
    Good shorts - would buy again

    Ekoi's 'Born to Ride' bib-shorts seem (from the few cycles I've done on them) to be of a higher quality than one might expect for the price I paid (£55 GBP).

    The NSAT insert is comfortable. Initially it felt slightly 'odd' to me but that may be my unfamiliarity with it. It was never disagreeable. One facet of it which could be tweaked is the length of the pad itself. I find there's an inch or two of pad 'out the back' beyond the area where my body contacts the saddle. It seems unnecessary to have that amount of padding. I guess it doesn't really do any harm but it's slightly unsightly and the shorts would probably be better if the pad was a tad shorter.

    The Lycra/spandex side panels of the shorts are of a nature I've not experienced previously. Rather than being a standard flat material it has a raised, almost 'ribbed', effect. I don't know if this helps with air flow or what the theory is but it looks great and I'm all for it. It's almost like a very subtle pinstripe and it lifts the aesthetic of the shorts considerably.

    On the gripper, there's a lovely detail where the pattern is made up of repeated chain links. Again that is a thoughtful touch which enhances the look of the shorts.

    Overall I'm glad I bought the 'Born to Ride' bib-shorts and, in hindsight, would happily purchase them again.