Ronhill Men's Trackster Origin
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- Thermalite Fabric - Keeps You Warm In Cold Running Conditions.
- Durable And Hard Wearing Fabric Great For When Your Tracksters Are Constantly Standing Up To Whatever Nature Throws At Them.
- Durable Water Repellent Treatment To Fabric To Help Repel Rain Showers And Prolong The Life Of The Trackster
- Calf Reflective Piping To Make You More Visible In Low Light Conditions, Essential For Winter Months.
- Foot Stirrups - To Keep The Trackster In Place And Stop Them Riding Up.
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These are great hard wearing tracksters from Ron Hill. Water repellent and wind proof keeps you dry and warm in cooler months. Perfect for the outdoor runner.
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Size wise I was a bit confused as there was no guidance on the Amazon product page but I managed to glean the following from elsewhere on the web (all measurements are waist followed by inside leg in inches):
Extra Small: 26-28 / 30
Small: 29-31 / 31
Medium: 32-34 / 32
Large: 35-37 / 33
Extra Large 38-40 / 34
I'm 35 waist and 32 inside leg but went for the Large size just in case and they're fine. They come with a tie waist anyway, so you can always adjust them if they're a bit loose.
As a wannabee Roadie-type Cyclist I am only too aware that only a certain type of roadie can get away with the Velominati aprroved skin tight Lycra!
You need to bee a 20-something chiselled, lean, broad-chested bronzed Adonis! If you are somewhat corpulent you run the risk of looking like too much mashed potato squeezed into a sock: or if (like me) you are are thin wheezy 50 something you look like Max Wall circa 1955 or a sausage speared by TWO cocktail sticks. Thanks to these trousis I can can now ride my rrred rrracing bike to the pub without old ladies swooning or children pointing and laughing!
They are loose fitting enough to disguise your lack of Guns or Packet..but tight enough to not flap wildley around like jogging bottoms and incur the ridicule of other Roadies.
I read that some people here are saying that RonHill trousers are not what they used to be....but for me, these tick the boxes. Comfortable, not TOO thick, good fit and from a distance (say-about two miles or so) I now look a bit like Bradley Wiggins on an off-day.
Time will tell whether they hold up to use... but so far I am very pleased (for the price)
I thought they were great. Twenty years later (and no more climbing) I still think
they're great. I have worn them for years as a cyclist; they dont chafe, they fit the
shape of your legs (large thighs here) and they dry very quickly when you've been
soaked in a downpour.
Most of my worn out Ronhills, wore out at the top of the inner thigh -presumably
from abrasion against the saddle- but because I wear cycle shorts underneath, it
was more an aesthetic decision to retire them, rather than a functional choice.
Most of my retired Ronhills (usually referred to as Rod Hulls) have been promoted
to painting and decorating, car / bike maintenance or gardening clothing; I've put
just one pair in the bin because they caught fire ... and even then, binning them
was a struggle.
Not a second skin like running tights - a bit more freedom but sweat doesn't wick away as they are not in permanent contact with your skin.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice fit not too tight & look good on very comfortable warm but not too warm .Published 1 month ago by Bryan J. Surface
These are very good. Used them a lot running in winter in the UK. Good quality, fit, breathability. Would by again if they ever wear outPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good fit around the waist but a liitle to long in length.Published 5 months ago by Patrick Loughlin