THE PUB CRAWLER - Men's Brown Casual Bike Shorts

Men's Loose-Fit Bike Shorts for Commuter Cycling or Mountain Biking, with Secure Pockets
  • FIVE SECURE POCKETS - Plus a cleverly designed smartphone pocket protects your device from the elements while making it easily accessible while on your ride.
  • SEAMLESS UNDER PANEL - The under panel of the shorts is a single panel to eliminate rubbing during a ride. All panels and pockets have been double stitched to give a combination of extra strength and flat internal seams to prevent chafing.
  • DRY FAST WICKING - Lightweight durable polyester material with a soft brushed cotton.
  • (DETACHABLE) G-TEX PADDED UNDERSHORTS - The G-Tex pad is a comfortable, antibacterial pad that is ergonomically designed to increase comfort and movement while wicking away excess moisture.

Size guide




28-29" 30-31"

Urban Cycling Apparel began as a quest to design the perfect casual bike shorts for cycling to the pub, riding a mountain pass, or for your daily commute. Our performance mountain bike shorts and our casual commuter shorts were designed to be both great-looking and functional. Today, that design philosophy extends to our casual and performance cycling apparel, including premium bike jerseys and our winter jersey/jacket thermal fleece. Enjoy the ride.

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Pretty disappointed

I own quite a few purpose made bike shorts. Canari and Aerotech are other brands I regularly wear, and both of those companies make a much better product than this. The major problems are the velcro on every pocket, the size of the "smartphone pocket", and the overall quality and design. The velcro on every pocket is completely annoying, and the quality of the stitching that attaches the velcro doesn't give me much confidence that it will stay attached for long. Buttons or a zipper are a far better way to secure pockets. With those you have the option to secure or not. With the velcro, you have to tear it open every time you need to go in your pocket. The smartphone pocket is so small that I doubt any smartphone made in the last 5 years will fit. In fact, unless you ride exclusively with an old flip phone, you're not going to be able to use the phone pocket. Lastly, just the quality of the stitching and materials overall is not good. They may be lightweight and quick drying, but they are also SUPER thin. I just don't see them lasting very long.