You get what you pay for I suppose....I will not be wearing these. Made out of a particularly nasty nylon, and of shapeless design. For a similar price you can make your own out of a black bin bag.
Thanks for taking the time to write to us about this product. This model is made 100% of polyester.
They're designed with built-in briefs to guarantee good support without the need for underwear for occasional runners running in hot weather conditions.
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Federico, Running Leader
They fit well and do the job. They have been washed a couple of times and they still look new
Good product, comfortable and good length. Personally i found my normal size a touch snug...will go a size up next time
Super comfortable shorts, I'm a 34 -35 and large fits a treat, only slight niggle is the inside pouch could have been a tad bigger but still well pleased with my purchase.
Great value and a really comfy fit. I do lots of running and these are some of my favourite shorts
Good value for money , short are shorts
Nice running shorts for a great price
Another excellent quality item from Decathlon. As with the 'Kaleni' shirts I bought, these were purchased to use for table-tennis. I have never been a fan of the longer shorts as they tend to sit uncomfortably around my quads (BIG-legs). These are rtunning shorts; ergo they are 'high-cut' and much more comfortable. They weigh almost nothing and are manufactured from a very fast-wicking material. The price performance ratio is incredible. Were these to feature the 'Butterfly' or 'Stiga' logo they would cost four-times the price. They have an inner mesh lining negating the need for sports-underwear.
I am a 32" waist but went for the 'L' size as I wanted to ensure maximum freedom of movement (table tennis frequently involves fast footwork and low-wide leg stance during service).
Ideal for training or match-play especially by those who couldn't care less about 'logos' and 'branding' ;-)