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Anyone have opinions on Boure clothing?(6 posts)

Anyone have opinions on Boure clothing?Ed5
Sep 18, 2001 8:50 PM
Looking to try a new pair of shorts, anyone tried Boure? What do you think of them?
re: Anyone have opinions on Boure clothing?pjkad
Sep 19, 2001 3:52 AM
I have several Boure jerseys and bib shorts, and I am very happy with them. Great quality construction and very comfortable. The XL size fits my very tall body; they will even do a custom size for you for a small (25%) upcharge. Just ordered some leg warmers from them.
Have a great jacket from thempmf1
Sep 19, 2001 4:06 AM
I bought this Boure jacket on close-out from Colorado Cyclist a few a few years ago. Its been great and is my favorite cold weather garmet. Very versatile and well made. Whoever designed it obviously rides in cool/cold weather. Its got panels on the front that block wind like a vest, but not on the arms or back. Also has pockets on the back. My arms get really over-heated in wind breaker type jackets. No problem with this one. I've also got a fancy Pearl Izumi gore-tex type jacket that I rarely wear because of this problem.
re: Anyone have opinions on Boure clothing?bw17
Sep 19, 2001 4:15 AM
I have 2 pairs of Boure Pro shorts, and I think they
are great.
re: Anyone have opinions on Boure clothing?Ken2
Sep 19, 2001 5:51 AM
They are great, well-made, with a very smooth lycra and a no-nonsense pad. By that I mean, none of the different patchwork of panels, ribbing, etc. that seems to be the rage now (Performance and Voler have them) and which actually chafe my skin more. I own Voler, Performance Elite and Century, Pearl Izumi top of the line, and other one-offs, and Boure are my complete favorites.
re: Anyone have opinions on Boure clothing?danK
Sep 19, 2001 11:55 AM
I have some bibs. Nice, not flashy, just plain work.