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    Offering warmth and support for frigid winter rides.

    The dipping temperatures of autumn can be a blessing to those of us who have been enduring months of oppressive summer heat, but we'd be lying if we said we haven't been scorned by the brisk chill of shortening days in our bibshort-laden legs, unaccustomed to the icy breeze after a season of heatwaves. That chill is hard to break with anything short of a long hot shower, but it's easily prevented by breaking out your Gore Bike Wear Gore Windstopper Termo Bibtights+ before the temperatures start to plummet.

    These supportive Bibtights are stitched together with supportive polyester that offers a slight hug to your working muscles and pulls moisture away from your skin. The Gore Windstopper membrane repels the elements, shedding water and blocking the wind with ease to keep you feeling warm inside. Against your skin, a brushed polyester lining sits inside, offering your legs soft and fleecy warmth, and wicking away sweat so perspiration-inducing climbs don't leave you with a powerful chill on your descents.

    Soft and stretchy suspenders keep the bibs sitting comfortably, and a high back eliminates any risk of icy breezes shooting cold air down your spine when you pick up speed. Strategically placed stretch panels hug your muscles and lend themselves to a gentle stretch, so when your muscles are warmed up and blood is coursing through your veins you'll have ample room to flex your quads without excess fabric that whips around in the wind.

    • Weatherproof bibs for cold weather rides
    • Supportive polyester fabric wicks away sweat
    • Gore Windstopper membrane repels rain and blocks wind
    • Strategic stretch panels promote full range of mobility
    • Brushed polyester lining sits soft against your skin
    • High-back wicks away sweat and blocks icy breezes
    • Item #GBW00B2

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [membrane] Gore Windstopper, [face fabric] 100% polyester, [stretch panels] 85% nylon, 15% elastane, [lining] 100% brushed polyester
    Season
    fall, winter
    Fit
    form-fitting
    Length
    full-length
    Chamois
    yes
    Recommended Use
    cyclocross, road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Love 'em, now that I have the right size

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm 6'4", 190lbs, so initially bought L, which seemed to fit nicely around my thighs, but they were a bit baggy in the behind. The chamois was moving around while riding. Not good... I traded them for M, and love them! I've ridden my Fat Bike with them down to 15F, and they were perfectly comfortable. I couldn't be more pleased with them.

    Sizing down to L did the trick

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: large
    • Height: 6'1"
    • Weight: 210lbs

    Initially bought XL, which is my size for bibs/bibtights except XXL for Capo and Castelli. XL was baggy as I noted in comment to another reviewer. Competitive Cyclist encouraged me to return the XL and get an L. Oh boy, the L hit the sweet spot in terms of fit. I'm 6'1", 210 lbs with ~36" waist (and getting bigger).
    One and only ride was in single digits (F) for about 45 minutes. They did the trick and was warm the entire ride. Like these better than Pearl AmFib when the going gets cold!

    Sturdy and very warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    Theses bibs are VERY warm. I've worn them in the rain and they provide great protection, but it does have to be cold to be in the sweet spot, otherwise, it is easy to overheat. The description is for "frigid rides." I would agree with that. For me, temps in the 40F range are about as high a temp as practical, unless it's a short ride where I won;t overheat. Good for my commute, which is about 15 miles.

    Super Comfort and Warmth

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 3XL
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 210lbs

    Used for Pacific Northwet riding. The warmth and comfort provided by these bibs enables me to enjoy typical 40sum deg with 98% humidity when it's not really rain but there's no space space between the wet spots Northwet winter weather. I'm 46" chest and 36" waist with linebacker legs and the 3XL fits very comfortably with no tight spots or bunching.

    Too baggy lower legs

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: XL
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 187lbs

    The description says "form-fitting", however, this is the baggiest XL I ever tried. While it fits around the thighs alright, it looks like normal pants around your calves. They are far to baggy and far away from any race fit. Doubt that downsizing to L will alleviate the weird cut. On the other side they are probably too warm to ride hard in anyway. Nevertheless, who wants to look like a potato sack on a bike.

    Received these yesterday. I, too, ordered the XL. And I concur with much of this review -- the "top" half of the bibtight seems spot-on in terms of fit/size. And the legs are not form fitting but instead loose. I'm wondering if this is by design because the there are no zippers at the bottoms of the legs as one finds on most (all?) bibtights. So the leg openings need to be bigger to allow your foot to pass thru.

    I am curious whether downsizing to an L would solve the problem. The hips/waist and top might be too tight.

    But the underlying reason for purchasing this garment still rings true -- the wondrous Gore Windstopper fabric -- which should allow me to ride into the 20s and teens (F). At those temps, going fast isn't a top priority. If I'm able to "just go", I'll declare victory!