- Recommendations? Winter bib tights for long days in near zero temps
Just re-read and thought you wanted shorts not tights. The recco remains, thermal shorts with leg or knee warmers are a really versatile winter option.Posted 2 months ago
I’ve got some lovely Decathlon thermal bibs but they are to warm for all but the coldest days, it needs to be close to zero to warrant using them.Mister PMember
I’ve used DHB Roubaix but now have some Madison ones, don’t know the model – there’s no obvious label to say. Has a front zip as well for those nature breaks.
I use the RoadRace Premio –
They have the zipped front plus reflective panels in the backs of the legs. They fit me nicely being a “race fit” tight. The pad suits my bottom well too.Posted 2 months agofootflapsMember
I used to use Endura FS-260 bib tights, but just replaced them with some Rivelo going very cheap on SportsPursuit:Posted 2 months agoMTB RobMember
Another one for the Madison tights
Madison RoadRace Premio men’s bib tights
Madison sportive shield softshell bib tights
Both are look like fishing waders, as in they come high up the body/sides. which I find is good as I used to get cold sides/lower back sometimes.Posted 2 months agodovebikerMember
Sportful Total Comfort are my favourite cold weather tights – I have Sorpassos too, but they’re not as warm. I have tights with windstopper panels but find they feel more restrictive / trap moisture / get clammy / get cold quicker. I worn mine for multiple days of sub-zero in the arctic winter which is as good as test as you’ll get.Posted 2 months ago
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