Expand your trail range with Fox's Ranger Cargo Shorts. The tough 2-way stretch nylon shell gives you excellent comfort and durability. A detachable inner short with Fox's comfortable Pro-Form chamois lets you rack up the miles and an inner adjustable waistband lets you dial in the perfect fit. Plus, the cargo pockets are angled for on-the-bike security.
Inseam: 12 inches
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- Liner too loose
- Shorts too tight
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Don't be fooled by the review from 2015 that mentions bad sizing. The rider from SF may have received a bad pair. I think these are true to size unless you want them super loose and baggy. I made the mistake of listening to the review and ordered one size larger. I normally wear a size 36, so I ordered a size 38 and they are way too big. I adjusted the inner adjustable waist strap to the tightest setting and they were trying to fall off during my ride. They seem true to size.
I love these shorts. The stretch is perfect for riding nad the waistband has a little give so it's not so tight around the waist. I have 3 pairs of these and want more.
- Shorts Too Tight
- Liner Too Loose
The sizing is way off on these. I wear 32-33 in jeans, but I know Fox runs a bit small so I got 34, I can barely button them, one of the buttons pops open when I sit down. But going up to 36 won't help unless I ditch the liner short, on the 34 its way too big, it's loose in the legs, the crotch hangs way low unless you pull the waist band past your belly button. How did they go so wrong with this?