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Men's Cycling Shorts

Comfort and performance for long days in the saddle 
Discover Mavic cycling shorts, approved by professionals and amateurs alike. Imagine pedaling with disconcerting ease, as if you were flying above the road (and your saddle). No friction or fabric...
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The main questions surrounding cycling shorts focus on the best types of chamois, the durability of materials, ventilation and perspiration management, the choice between short and long shorts, optimum muscle compression, the difference between men's and women's models, sizing recommendations, maintenance tips and, finally, the importance of braces.
What are the best cycling shorts for men?
 
The best cycling shorts for men offer optimum comfort, excellent sweat management and adequate muscle compression. The key features to look for are high-quality chamois, well-placed seams to prevent chafing, an ergonomic fit, and models with straps (bibs) for an even more reliable fit. Cycling shorts with highly-breathable fabrics and mesh backs are highly valued for their ability to wick away perspiration and keep the body cool during long rides.
How do I choose the right size men’s cycling shorts?
 
Ideally, try cycling shorts in person. If that’s not possible, it's essential to take accurate measurements, particularly of your waist and hips. Consult Mavic’s size guide to make sure you choose the product that best matches your measurements. It's important to note that cycling shorts are designed to be snug-fitting and provide some compression, so it's advisable to choose the smaller size if you're in-between sizes. 
How do I care for and wash men's cycling shorts?
 
To care for and wash men's cycling shorts correctly, we recommend washing them by hand or in the washing machine in cold water with a mild detergent. Avoid using fabric softener, as this can damage the technical fibers. After washing, hang the shorts from the bottom (not from the braces) to dry in the open air, away from any source of direct heat. Never use a dryer, as this can cause the fabric to shrink or become misshapen. Do not  iron the shorts, as heat can damage the technical materials.
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