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Fusion Bib Knicker - Men's

2 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews


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Fusion Bib Knicker

We appreciate the simple things in life, like fuss-free kits that stay in place and provide just the right amount of coverage, sans knee-warmers and uncomfortable bunching. That's not to say the Fusion Bib Knickers are simple, in fact with their moisture wicking and compressive qualities they are anything but — rather its the fit that falls under the simplicity category, enabling comfort in the shoulder-seasons, allowing you to skip the complicated layering systems and just ride.


  • Cool weather cycling knickers that pack in comfort and value
  • Microfiber material traps heat while wicking sweat
  • Form-fitting design offers compression for muscle support
  • Reflective details increase your visibility to motorists
  • Aloe vera-infused chamois supports and smooths the ride
  • Micromesh back and soft elastic bib straps comfortably support
  • Item #GIOX265
spring, fall
Chamois Thickness
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

2 based on 2 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

March 29, 2024

Poor calf material/fit

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

Out of the bag, the material hugs the body except weirdly at the calf, where the material is very loose. I wear knickers because it is too cold to wear shorts. Who wants a draft up their legs?

jer105347601 j

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2 out of 5 stars

February 26, 2022

Id skip

I dont like the 3/4 length basically...these are fine for what they are but theres such a small temperature window where they are what you'd want to have on, which is Id say roughly 55 degrees to 65 farenheit. But even then you'd be fine with shorts usually. If I could do over Id just buy another full length knicker to have on hand and then roll them up if necessary.... getting caught wearing these when chillier than expected sucks

Steve B

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