The solution to winter cycling.
The GORE BIKE WEAR Contest Thermo Bib Tight isn't for girls who are afraid of confronting the elements. It is, however, for girls who want to confront the elements while wearing a comfortable, warm bib. Constructed using Thermo-Stretch material, the Contest Thermo Tight wicks moisture away from skin while trapping precious body heat—very important when gathering early-season base miles in January.
- Six-paneled design is ergonomically tailored for a cyclist so when you're hunched over in the drops, everything just flows rather than tugging or pulling
- Reflective logos keep you visible at dusk
- Gripper elastic on bottom hems prevents fabric from shifting in flight
- Non-padded, which makes layering simple without 'doubling-up' on chamois
- Thermo-Stretch fabric is double finished in the knee and kidney area for increased warmth when hammering through a cold headwind
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Does Item # GBW0338 have a chamois or...
Does Item # GBW0338 have a chamois or not?
Write up says "non padded" but tech specs say "Chamois: yes". Would like clarification - especially WRT Item # GBW0337. Thanks.
O.K. here are Gore's offerings in this bib:
The one with the "Contest Lady seat insert" retails at $119.99 and on the Gore site, you'll find any short/tights, etc with chamois will have a + by it.
The bib tight without a liner/chamois retails at $109.99 (on Gore). So by the price-point you can see the one on this page DOSE NOT have a chamois. Check out Gore's site for more detail. Fall will be here again before you know it!
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Great buy, runs large
Bought these for 40-50 degree riding. Really comfy, the extra material on the knees is a nice feature, and the zippers are perfect for bathroom breaks. My only tip is to size down - I ended up needing an XS in these, but I wear a size S in specialized leg warmers and a size M in pearl izumi bibs. I'm 5'1" with a 30" normal inseam and the smalls were about 2 inches too long and too baggy in the calf.