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SQ-Short ONE10 XS

Item #: 2251
Sitting Position Slightly Bent Forward/Upright
99,95
incl. tax, plus * shipping
Delivery in 1-3 working days
Description at a glance

Our ONE10 short is a pure underpants and is optimized for this use.

The SQlab underpants for all who don't like skintight Lycra shorts. True to the motto: No Lycra, No Strava, No Problem.

The SQ-Pad 10 is maximum 8 mm thin and still tight. The pad consists of a dense and at the same time extremely breathable foam, which is equipped with a thin layer of a TPE gel on the underside. This serves for the optimal absorption of the shearing forces arising during the pedalling movement. 


Material:

     Main Fabric: 82% Polyester, 18 % Elasthan

Washing Advice:

     Machine wash 30°

     Do not bleach

     Do not tumble dry

     Do not iron

     Do not dry clean 

The SQ Short One10 is made for everyday use and has an ideal cut to wear under your trousers.

To Size Chart

If the trousers do not fit please contact our customer service. Cycling shorts are a hygiene article and are generally worn without underwear. Please keep in mind that we cannot take back trousers that have been used extensively.


Technical specifications at a glance
Area of use
MTB Tour & Travel / Trekking

The perfect pad for any area of use

For racers who are out of diapers

Hard and thin!

The new SQ-Pad 12, has a maximum thickness of 4 mm and initially feels both exceptionally firm and of high quality. Everyone that rides regularly knows that for rides of over 30 min duration, a saddle with thin firm padding is considerably more comfortable than a saddle with thick soft padding. The same is true for a chamois. Most chamois are about 12 mm thick and soft - UNTIL NOW!

A too soft saddle


A too soft saddle usually becomes very uncomfortable after approx. 30 – 45 minutes on the bike.

The sit bones sink in so far, that sensitive soft tissue such as muscle and tendons are aggravated. After approx. 30 – 40 minutes a dull deep pressing pain sets in. The sinking in of the sit bones also causes the perineal area in men and the lower positioned pubic bone arch in women to be subjected to higher pressure. Specifically soft padding will effectively stop the blood flow.

The question now is why we ride taut, slim saddles, but make a soft saddle again with the thick, super-soft padding that we often wear in our cycling shorts. The effect of the soft saddle (in this case: hard saddle + super soft pad) then again leads to the serious impairments of sinking, the restricted blood supply and the increased friction.

With the SQlab Pad Technology we have succeeded in eliminating the effect of a soft saddle. After a long development time we have developed an ergonomically high-quality pad with the characteristics hard, thin and firm.

Sit bones get used to the strain
Muscle and tendon insertions are stimulated by soft cushions


SQlab conclusion

Soft saddles are usually only suitable for short distances of approx. 30 - 45 minutes! The effect of a soft saddle can also be achieved by combining a tight saddle with a soft, thick trouser pad. SQlab advises to avoid this effect and to pay attention to the thickness of the pad as well as to avoid soft saddles. 


One Size !

While width is important for a saddle, a pad for shorts depends on shape. The SQlab pad tends to be wider in the rear area and converges into a very narrow center. The sitting bones thereby seat fully on the maximum shock-absorbing area without creating folds. The SQ-Pad 12 is designed for seat bones spacing of up to 15.5 cm.

The SQ-Pad 12 is highly tailored and designed for a distance of 15.5 cm between sitting bones.

No shortcoming in terms of ergonomics or comfort.


Why haven't tight trouser pads been around for some time?


Because high-quality foams with better damping features have a higher density and thus lose their breathability. By means of a patented process, we have managed to break up the structures of the very dense foam. The result is a high breathability, comparable to conventional upholstery or even better. The perfect cushioning remains fully intact. 

Shear forces

Painful sitting bones initially get used to the strain - this is quite normal. The pain is caused by the periosteum, whereby the pressure is less the problem than the shearing forces caused by the pedalling movement. The slight but constant movement of the pelvis on the saddle causes painful shearing forces on the periosteum.




SQlab solution

The SQlab trouser pads SQ-Pad 10 and SQ-Pad 11 have a thin layer of an orthopedic TPE gel. This gel has been specially developed to absorb the shear forces in the medical field and thus to avoid friction.


Three pads for each kind of use

From the idea to develop an ergonomic trouser upholstery three pieces were created, with the aim to create the best comfort for every sitting position. 

SQ-Pad 10

  • maximum 8 mm thick & firm
  • has a thin layer of orthopaedic thermoplastic elastomer (TPE)
  • the TPE is specially designed to absorb shear forces
  • universally suitable for any seat bone distance

SQ-Pad 11

  • maximum 6 mm thick & firm
  • has a thin layer of orthopaedic thermoplastic elastomer (TPE)
  • the TPE is specially designed to absorb shear forces
  • universally suitable for any seat bone distance

SQ-Pad 12

  • maximum 4 mm thick & exceptionally firm
  • becomes more and more comfortable with increasing mileage and adapts wonderfully to the shape of the body
  • universally suitable for any seat bone distance