Tenn Outdoors Sprint Jersey & Viper Shorts Review
We review the Tenn Outdoors ladies sprint jersey and viper shorts.
Tenn Outdoors Sprint Jersey & Viper Shorts
This was our first experience of Tenn Outdoors, a brand we’re told will be moving into tri-specific gear next year. The Sprint jersey is a loose-fit training option rather than ‘racing fit’ and we just could not fault it at the price. Soft, wicking fabric is really comfortable, silicone grippers kept the back down and there are three elasticated pockets plus a zipped key stash. A big reflective strip on the bum is good for early and late rides. The shiny shorts weren’t quite to our taste and, while we couldn’t fault the fit given by the eight-panel construction, we found the grip around the bottom of the legs and the waist a bit too tight for the size. The pad, however, is excellent so you could try going up a size and they’d be great value.
A great value set of ladies’ bike training gear, but check the shorts sizing for tight edges.
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on Monday, October 8th, 2012 at 5:30 am under Bikes & Cycling Gear, Gear.
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