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Has anyone used liners on tours? If so, were they successful? I realize, also, that comfort will depend not only on shorts but also on my saddle and distance, but I thought I'd ask, at least.I did a 5 week tour in Europe wearing Dockers and http://www.andiamounderwear.com/mens/briefs.php padded briefs without any issues. I was on a Brooks Conquest saddle. But not all padded briefs are equal. Doing it again I probably would have brought some Tilly shorts.
You could print the ACA narrative in large type if your map case has room for it. They offer the narrative in text form to purchasers of the Great Divide route now. If they see some demand, they might do this for other routes. Meanwhile, someone with a computer and a scanner could enlarge the text from their paper map and paste up a cue sheet.