After a long commute in your waterproof shorts I think you'll have cultivated the most horrible place to be on planet earth. That must be what hell is like - being trapped inside the waterproof shorts of a commuting bicyclist.
No waterproof wear for bicycling will keep you dry. Go for being warm and then call that a shining achievement.
It's better to just wear quick-drying clothes and carry or store a change of clothes at work. My biggest issue with getting wet on the way to work is what to then do with the wet clothes during the day. I'd prefer they could dry out somehow, but I don't really have a place to hang them without grossing out the rest of the office.
It's Vanity that has people not fitting Mudguards ..
,< because real racers , even training don't want to be mistaken for Tourists >
Paraphrasing a statement heard in Belgium ..
In that case, refer to #5 .
Disclaimer: It's just an opinion that I have. It works for me. I am not the forum "Police (Of Anything)". Others may disagree. And....YMMV.
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Maybe the OP somehow found the elusive, waterproof shorts and had been to busy riding through rivers without his knees getting wet to post back...
Some sort of small diving wetsuit type thing?
Well I've ridden during a hurricane and in hail storms. For those instances rain gear is a must. Keeps the hail from stinging, and from getting too cold. I can say with rain gear take it extra easy if it is warm outside, plan in breaks as well. Its heavy and slow(not aerodynamic) but will keep you dry and safer. Also some of the rain gear you can get with reflective threading or stripes. Walmart sells basic rain gear in the camping section, or you can go somewhere else for fancier stuff.
Edit: Doh this thread is several years old.
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