Women's Quest Cycling short

Pearl Izumi Women’s Quest Cycling Short Review

The popular Pearl iZUMi Women’s Quest cycling short delivers value, durability, a good fit and comfort for your road riding.

Pearl iZUMi Women's Quest cycling short

 

What is good about the Pearl iZUMi Women’s Quest Cycling Short

Soft fabric – soft Select Transfer fabric with UPF 50 plus sun protection and superior moisture-wicking properties to keep you cool and dry.

Comfortable chamois – four-way stretch Tour 3D chamois for a comfortable ride. Pressure Relief Technology in the female gender-specific chamois reduces pressure points via differentiated levels of padding while effectively wicking moisture off skin while an antimicrobial finish controls odor.

Anatomic design and fit – the Quest features a six-panel anatomic design

Silicone leg grippers – to keep your cycling shorts in place comfortably

Safety – reflective elements for when riding in low-light visibility

 

The Pearl iZUMi Women’s Quest Cycling Short is ideal for

  • Road riding, these are entry level shorts and great for shorter shorts. If you are doing long distance riding you may want to consider shorts with more padding.
  • Many women use these shorts for spinning classes as well

 

Pearl iZUMi Women’s Quest Cycling Short Features and Specifications

  • Pearl Izumi Women's Quest Cycling ShortSelect transfer fabric sets the benchmark for moisture transfer and four-way performance stretch
  • 6-Panel anatomic design for superior, chafe-free comfort
  • Tour 3D Chamois is women-specific and non-chafing with padding in key areas, moisture-wicking
  • Silicone leg gripper
  • 86% Nylon, 14% spandex, 7.5-Inch inseam
  • Reflective elements for low-light visibility
  • Color is black

 

What customers say about the Pearl iZUMi Women’s Quest Cycling Short

There were many positive reviews for these cycling shorts. One reviewer stated that as a beginner cyclist, these shorts made cycling go from unbearable to bearable. They have a decent amount of padding, and the length and feel are great. They stay in place well. The padding isn’t too bulky, so I can comfortably run in them after cycling, which should make them great for a triathlon.

Many reviewers said they just started spinning at the local gym. And one woman got these and felt they are a good standard, pretty much exactly as I imagined them. Fit is true to size and the legs have grips on the bottom so they do not ride up. Overall, a good purchase!

There is always a concern about fit and this reviewer mentioned she was apprehensive buying “padded biking shorts”, having never bought anything like this before,…even directly from a store after trying one on. But when I got these, they fit like a glove!! I used the sizing table given, using my exact measurements. (If you haven’t recently and carefully measured yourself, you may want to do this before picking your size.)

Another reviewer felt for the price and quality, just buy them already. If you are thinking about purchasing them, do it. I have recently become a road cyclist starting at the beginning of this summer. I had one pair of shorts, and really needed a second pair. As a graduate student I was only looking to spend around $30 for a new pair. The other shorts that I have cost about the same as these, but are no where near as good.

The Pearl iZUMi Womens Quest Cycling Short offers great value for a padded entry level short.




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