Support your ride.
Sugoi's Men's RS Pro Bib Shorts deliver the benefits of compressive fabrics and the unparalleled comfort of Sugoi's Formula FX chamois. The outer legs utilize Sugoi's Ultra Aero fabric that's dimpled for a slippery aerodynamic surface. Slimmed-down front panels leverage highly breathable fabric for enhanced ventilation and temperature regulation so you'll be both fast and cool when the temperatures creep skyward.
Designed to eliminate chafing and bulk, the integrated Formula FX Chamois is molded and welded for an excellent fit without an inseam—meaning there's no seam rubbing against the saddle. This high-level chamois features breathable perforations and a V-notch for extra ventilation on hot summer rides. Its four-way stretch fabric and advanced lamination provide a smooth surface that conforms to the body, while the welded center channel and high-density vibration dampening relieve pressure and fatigue from long, grueling rides.
- A cycling bib short built for long-mile comfort
- Stretchy, breathable fabrics
- Aerodynamic side panels reduce drag
- Seam-free chamois provides supportive protection without excess bulk
- Wide leg bands hold hems in place without pinching
- Item #SUG00C0
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 6'0"
- Weight: 172lbs
I've been using Sugoi RS Pro bibs now for a couple of decades. The chamois is excellent, these are my workhorse go-to short. Excellent durability, and looks good, very comfortable.
Last year's edition of this short had some problems with the cuff, which used a thin silicone gripper which caused some chaffing. They've fixed that for this year with a wider cuff with silicone dots.
I find these shorts a little on the short side - about 1" shorter than my other shorts. I'm 6' tall and 172lbs, right on the upper end of size L. Size XL is too big (baggy in the thighs) but I'd prefer the XL sizing length.
Overall a good short, but not a big fan of the length. Glad to see that they're still innovating, but hope that Sugoi fixes the length issue on the next rendition.