Thermal Vpds Bib Tight
- Bib tights constructed with wind and water protection
- Comfortable regular fit for a full winter of miles
- Windproof and water-resistant fabric blend at front
- Flatlock seams promote next-to-skin comfort
- Silicone gripper on the cuffs to maintain a secure fit
- Silicone VPDS Multi D chamois absorbs road vibrations
- Reflective patches at the rear increase low-light visibility
- Item #POCZ1BE
- water-resistant synthetic
- fall, winter, spring
- flexible elastic suspenders
- Recommended Use
- cyclocross, road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
1.5 based on 2 ratings
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November 24, 2021
Avoid - This - Item
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
- 5' 10.5"
Sorry, that wasted money on this last year. I LOVE POC products btw. I have 2 helmets, several pairs of gloves, and a jersey or two. This was my first bib from POC and the Chamois is a JOKE..... I honestly wish I could get my money back. I feel like they just put the cheapest excuse of a chamois in there to turn a profit. It's sad because the rest of the bib is solid. the knees, butt, and general build are good, but it's basically unwearable further than 20mi. I race Road, Crits, and Gravel. Got 15th in the Asheville BWR as my best result for the year, and typically ride 180-220mi with 12k elev a week.
September 29, 2021
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Size Bought:
- Large - I have a size 34/35 waist
- 6' 3"
My first experience with these was when trying them on and the stitching on the ankle cuff of the right leg completely let go and the cuff ripped off. I am working with the folks at Backcountry to exchange - hopefully this is just fluke. When I further inspected the bibs, the stitching on the left ankle cuff was also starting to let go. The material that forms the ankle cuffs appears to be a less stretchy material than other portions making it harder to get your foot through the opening... not sure if that has anything to do with it. I will update the review for better or worse when the exchange processes.
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