Bellwether Men’s Ultra-Lite Baggy Short Review

The Bellwether Men’s Ultralight Baggy Cycling Shorts are durable, lightweight casual shorts that perform and look great both on and off the bike. The Ultralight Baggy is Perfect For Touring and Commuting.

Bellwether Men’s Ultralight Baggy Cycling Shorts


What is good about the Bellwether Ultralight Baggy Cycling Shorts for Men

Tough outer shell – durable and lightweight hydrophobic polyester outer shell which has great looking casual styling. The Alterra collection from Bellwether features technical fabrics and crash resistant durability.

Removable inner shell – TechMesh inner short with MVT Elite chamois, removable for easy washing. Gusseted panel design removes the unwanted seams under the chamois for maximum comfort.

Pockets – two deep side pockets with zippered to keep smaller items like your keys and wallet secure while riding.

Bellwether quality – since 1972 they have  relied on grass-roots teams, hard-core mountain bikers and pros to help design apparel including these shorts that will hold up anywhere in any weather.

These Bellwether Men’s Ultralight Baggy Cycling Shorts are ideal for:

  • Appeals to mountain bikers who seek durable materials with subtle styling and high breathability
  • Bicycle touring because of the zippered pockets and comfortable fit making them suitable for cycling and exploring on foot during your journey
  • Bike commuting because of the loose fit


Bellwether Men’s Ultralight Baggy Cycling Shorts Features

  • Bellwether Baggy Cycling ShortsDurable and tough
  • Lightweight construction
  • Gusseted design removes seams under chamois
  • Hydrophobic polyester outer shell
  • TechMesh inner short
  • MVT Elite chamois
  • Color is black
  • Variety of sizes



What customers say about the Bellwether Men’s Baggy Cycling Shorts

This is the 2012 design so there are few reviews yet; however the 2011 version of these was one of the best selling baggy cycling shorts on this website. One reviewer stated that these are awesome baggy shorts. After receiving my shorts, I was amazed at the quality construction. Sharp looking and comfortable without that skintight look. Just what I was looking for.

Also available from Jenson USA for about the same price.

Check out all of our Men’s Baggy cycling shorts by clicking here. If you are looking for a durable, lightweight casual short the Bellwether Men’s Ultralight Baggy Cycling Shorts delivers and looks great both on and off the bike.



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2 comments for “Bellwether Men’s Ultra-Lite Baggy Short Review

  1. Larry VanDeSande
    June 17, 2018 at 9:29 am

    Best riding baggy shorts I know I ride a bike outdoor about 4,000 miles a season in Michigan and take spinning classes year-round. I think, all things considered, Bellwether makes the best “baggy” shorts for road biking of the many brands I have tried over the years. This isn’t to say they are perfect but they have less downside than many other famous makers such as Canari and REI who both use an insert that chafes and is made of material far less resilient and comfortable than Bellwether’s.The one issue to keep in mind with Bellwether is sizing. I am 5-11 and weigh 195 and had to upgrade to an XL this year — after wearing a large the previous three years when I weighed only a couple pounds less. My waist in average clothes is a 36 though it really measures 38 so that gives you an idea on sizing. Some of the other makes I mentioned offer a roomier fit; Bellwether’s fit is what you might think of as trim or snug though never pinching.Otherwise, Bellwether’s shorts are comfortable,…

  2. forkboy1965
    June 17, 2018 at 9:44 am

    A good set of biking shorts I had purchased a pair of these Bellwether biking shorts last year and was very satisfied with them. They held up very nice over the year so I elected to purchase two new, additional pairs so I don’t have to wash the one pair every time I ride.As bike shorts they do their intended job just fine. I like having the pockets. I like the addition of the reflective piping along the zippered pockets (the older pair don’t have this). I don’t really have anything negative to say of them.Be forewarned regarding sizing. Personally I think they are a little smaller than their sizes would indicate. I’m typically more of an XL guy, but I have to move up to the XXL for this particular pair/brand.

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