|Boure Cycling Apparel||Rio City Rider|
May 14, 2002 3:43 PM
|Just came across this company's website and was wondering if anyone has ordered shorts from them and/or what experiences anyone has had with their apparel??
Thanks in advance!
|re: Boure Cycling Apparel||dsc|
May 14, 2002 5:56 PM
|Haven't tried any of their clothing yet, but I contacted them awhile back about repairing a pair of ripped pearl izumi shorts. They did a nice job salvaging the shorts, at a very reasonable cost ($10). Saved me $70!!!
Their clothing appears to be very high quality, and based on my positive experience, I plan on ordering from them in the future.
|re: Boure Cycling Apparel||cincy1|
May 15, 2002 3:14 AM
|I've purchased several pieces of their clothing. Top notch quality, good service. Highly recommended.|
|re: Boure Cycling Apparel||pmf1|
May 15, 2002 5:05 AM
|I have a jacket from them that I'm very pleased with. I wear it about 85% of the time in cool and cold weather. Its well made and has lasted for several years. Its well designed with panels on the torso, but not the arms. Last time I checked, all the clothing was made in Durango Colorado where Ned Overend (the owner) lives. |
I have not tried their shorts, but I bet they are also well made.
|re: Boure Cycling Apparel||KEN2|
May 15, 2002 9:20 AM
|I like the shorts--they are a super soft lycra that's slicker (but not shinier) than others. The pad is more old fashioned, which suits me since all the colored/ribbed stuff with seams in Voler and Performance Elite shorts actually cause abrasions on my tender butt. Boure's is just one piece, well placed and well-fitted.|
|re: Boure Cycling Apparel||Pjkad|
May 15, 2002 5:06 PM
|I've bought their bib shorts and jerseys and am a happy customer. In case you are tall, the bib shorts (XL) are long. Nice people there too.|| |