Very comfortable shirt. The kind you search out in your drawer the next time. Not overly thick like the LD Comfort ones. Much more comfortable over a range of temperatures. It's become a favorite to wear wether riding or not. Great base layer. It's not too clingy but still stretchy. (Posted on 5/7/13)
I bought the long sleeve shirt along with a short sleeve shirt. They are working out great! I'm at mile 3500 of a 9000 mile trip and these are very comfortable, give me lots of layering options and are easy to wash. I've been rinsing the day's shirt out each night with a bit of camp soap and giving it a good wringing. In the morning, it's completely dry and ready to wear. It's really allowed me to cut down on the amount of clothing I pack...HIGHLY recommended! (Posted on 5/2/12)
Earlier this year I ordered fly front briefs and shorts made by Wickers showed up. Previously I'd when I'd ordered these shorts what I got was made by Medalist, a far superior product. I say this mainly because the seams in the Wickers run under the "sit" bones in the pelvis making for a very uncomfortable ride. I now use the Wickers for off the motorcycle days, reserving the Medalist shorts for long hot days in the saddle.
Lately I've seen shorts made by a company called LDComfort, which are advertised as motorcycle specific (http://www.ldcomfort.com/). I haven't tried these yet, and at $38 and change PER PAIR it's unlikely I will. But I'm still looking for the ultimate bike short, as the legs on the Medalists bunch up into my crotch, again compromising long distance comfort. (Posted on 12/3/08)
I purchased the Wicker boxers. The best riding underwear. Fit better than Underarmor. I wore them under my Aerostich Riding Shorts which were under my riding pants during my IBA SS 1000. Never a problem. I was ridding a VTX cruiser and at age 60 with extra meat on my bones, still my butt did not hurt or get tired. I usually get butt trouble driving a car 500 miles. Scott, try the Aerostich Riding Shorts. (Posted on 12/3/08)
I've been wearing the Wickers briefs (purchased right here) for a couple of years now and am ordering another couple today. I don't find the flat seams uncomfortable as does Scot above -- perhaps it's a butt-specific quality. I wear my Wickers for my daily commutes and for most weekend rides year 'round. However, if I know I'm gonna do 300+ miles I'll wear my Aerostich Riding Shorts (item no. 1856) 'cuz they're simply the best I've tried for looong days in the saddle. I've also tried the ex officio brand, which seems to have many fans, but the seams on the leg openings roll and cause discomfort quickly, so they're relegated to non-motorcycle duty. (Posted on 7/8/07)