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  • Bibshort recommendations £70 or less
  • Premier Icon karnali
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    Time for a new pair of bib shorts, got a long gravel event coming up, cargo pockets a bonus but not essential, what do people recommend for £70 or less. Current well used bibs from castelli and gore

    Cheers

    Premier Icon kilo
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    Galibier are pretty good as are dhb

    Premier Icon joebristol
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    If they still have stock CRC had Endura fs-260 Pro for just over £50 last week. I’ve got 2 pairs already that that been good so I ordered an extra pair

    Premier Icon n0b0dy0ftheg0at
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    Merlin have extra 10% off some Castelli until midnight, Ineos Free Aero are ~£74, add something small and use loyalty voucher to make basket ~£70.

    Premier Icon didnthurt
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    Go Gore again. My Gore C5 bib shorts are very nice and can be had for £70.

    My other ones that have lasted well and have done lots of miles is my Rapha Core shorts.

    Tried Polaris, Endura, Altura, Bontrager, DHB and Decathlon over the years and would pick the Gore C5 over them all.

    Neither of the above have pockets.

    Edit:- I’m 1.8m height and 80kg weight. And wear the medium.

    Premier Icon fatbrad
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    second the Endura FS260 pro’s I’m on my 3rd pair. Love them.

    Premier Icon wheelsonfire1
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    Look in the classifieds?

    Premier Icon scotroutes
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    Rivelo from SportPursuit

    Premier Icon hopefiendboy
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    Planet x 360 pro. For 17 quid are pretty decent!

    Premier Icon andeh
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    Rivelo from SportPursuit

    Second

    Premier Icon lunge
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    Top end Decathlon bibs, or Galibier. I think the former do a cargo bib as well.

    Premier Icon intheborders
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    Time for a new pair of bib shorts, got a long gravel event coming up, cargo pockets a bonus but not essential, what do people recommend for £70 or less. Current well used bibs from castelli and gore

    Replace with what you’ve “well-used” already?

    Premier Icon grahamt1980
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    3rd Rivelo from sportpursuit
    The pads are really good, i think i have 3 pairs in different leg length and thermal construction

    Premier Icon oldnpastit
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    Merlin had some discounts on clothing the other day. I picked up Endura FS260 pro for about your budget.

    Top end Decathlon bibs

    Decathlon – not buying from them while their parent company is happily continuing to operate and expand in Russia.

    Premier Icon RustySpanner
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    Lusso are very decent at the bottom end.

    Sorry.

    Smaller manufacturer but top quality.

    The cheaper Pearl Izumi are very good, but I’ve found the padding is more suited to a forward position,

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