I am looking to spend decent money on some bib longs to see me throught the worst of the winter weather. I havn't been too fussy in the past but now my knees are really starting to complain if I get too wet/ cold.
I have been set on the Endura Stealth bib tights as they are the only fully waterproof bib tight as far as I am aware. The reviews generally say they are completely waterproof and super warm but have no pad and can feel a little restrictive due to the thick material. I also started thinking "how many times do I actually suffer from being so wet I need full waterproofing"? I think warmth would be the main thing but I'm a little unsure.
Then I got thinking, if I am going to spend £130 on a pair of bib tights then there must be all sorts of great alternatives out there which are winterproof (if not 100% waterproof). It is a little hard to tell the quality of the various options from the internet and it will be difficult to find shops which stock all of the various offerings...
So... Endura Stealth fully waterproof bib tights or stick to a really high quality bib tight that is super warm, winderproof, with a good pad (personal I know) but isn't completely waterproof?
What would the STW massif recommend?
Many thanks in advance, DanW