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Adidas Spinning Shorts 71% off C&C at Halfords - £10
Adidas Spinning Shorts 71% off C&C at Halfords - £10

Adidas Spinning Shorts 71% off C&C at Halfords - £10

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Adidas Spinning Shorts

Avoid your seat being your worst enemy and throw on the Adidas Spinning Shorts for a comfortable and protected cycle journey! Perfect for high performance work outs, the elasticated shorts allow for maximum movement without them slipping and sliding up your leg into an uncomfortable position!
Adidas Spinning Shorts Extra Info

Climacool fabric technology
Padded seat insert
Draw cord on elastic waistband
Silicone elasticated hems
92% polyester / 8% elastane single jersey
22.5 cm inseam (size Medium)

14 Comments

Cheers, I have reserved a pair.

Good price

Isn't spinning another way of saying dodge that mars bar and make yourself puke by exercising like a coked up fool? It's a lot easier and satisfying to eat a burger and chips and then some doughnuts, I don't know why more people don't do it. Also you look like a complete gimp wearing overtight shorts with a muffin top or beer belly.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 20th Jul 2014

fishmaster

Isn't spinning another way of saying dodge that mars bar and make … Isn't spinning another way of saying dodge that mars bar and make yourself puke by exercising like a coked up fool? It's a lot easier and satisfying to eat a burger and chips and then some doughnuts, I don't know why more people don't do it. Also you look like a complete gimp wearing overtight shorts with a muffin top or beer belly.



Err, so is it a deal or not then?

dadazza

Err, so is it a deal or not then?



I voted it hot, so you tell me.

fishmaster

Isn't spinning another way of saying dodge that mars bar and make … Isn't spinning another way of saying dodge that mars bar and make yourself puke by exercising like a coked up fool? It's a lot easier and satisfying to eat a burger and chips and then some doughnuts, I don't know why more people don't do it. Also you look like a complete gimp wearing overtight shorts with a muffin top or beer belly.



You seem to have some very strong opinions on gimps, which are clearly a passion for you.

bachgammon

You seem to have some very strong opinions on gimps, which are clearly a … You seem to have some very strong opinions on gimps, which are clearly a passion for you.



Do you have a double blind study to prove this? or it didn't happen

fishmaster

Do you have a double blind study to prove this? or it didn't happen



I'm not a scientist But you've got a pretty good idea of what the "complete gimp" looks like.

bachgammon

I'm not a scientist But you've got a pretty good idea of what the … I'm not a scientist But you've got a pretty good idea of what the "complete gimp" looks like.



Yup it's wearing this get up with a mars bar belted to your mouth.

fishmaster

Yup it's wearing this get up with a mars bar belted to your mouth.



Somebody's tired....

fishmaster

Isn't spinning another way of saying dodge that mars bar and make … Isn't spinning another way of saying dodge that mars bar and make yourself puke by exercising like a coked up fool? It's a lot easier and satisfying to eat a burger and chips and then some doughnuts, I don't know why more people don't do it. Also you look like a complete gimp wearing overtight shorts with a muffin top or beer belly.


I thought spinning meant something else entirely...

Can these be used as normal cycling shorts ?

wmccull

Can these be used as normal cycling shorts ?



I'm not sure they're compatible, you'll have to check the instruction manual. Nothing worse than going out and finding they've disintegrated before your very eyes, with your **** cheeks flapping in the wind.

Banned

Hope they paid their dues to Mad Dogg for the trademark! absolute evil scum of a company: one of those businesses that basically just trademarks things and then spends the rest of their time running around suing anyone they can find who uses it.

Between this and kettlebells they've made an fortune out of legal action against gyms and leisure centres in the UK. Wouldn't surprise me if they came after HUKD just for having a deal with the word 'spinning' in it.
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