Less fabric-pull and more comfortable pedal-push.

Your bibs are going to spend the majority of their days on you and in the cycling position, so it makes sense that GORE Bike Wear made its Contest ¾-Length Bib Tights with a bike-posture-specific fit. This means less uncomfortable crotch and shoulder-strap pulling when you hunker down for a long ride. Pre-shaped knees encourage your pedaling movements and a mesh insert in back helps excess heat escape. The Sport chamois stretches and moves with your body.

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2 5

Go with something more

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I bought these, as advertised, for cooler weather rides and Gore quality. For me, these 3/4 bibs have been super itchy, very stretchy while using the thinest chamois and not great in cool/cold conditions. I doubt I will ever wear these again.
Spend the extra $ and go with the Gore Power Line for rides 40/50 miles or less or Oxygen Line for rides lasting longer.
I am 6'0 160 pounds

4 5

Decent knickers

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

They fit accurately and have a no frills look. These aren't the best I've worn but for the sale price I paid it's very hard to complain. I wouldn't take these below 50 or 55 degrees. No fleece lining, etc. Again though, fit's very well, chamois is comfortable and no complaints based on price paid!