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Yeti Cycles Ironton Bib Short - Men's

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Ironton Bib Short

We're used to seeing less Lycra in the woods, but for certain events, think cross-country racing, it certainly makes sense. Enter the Yeti Ironton Bib Short - Men's, which take the support of bibs and readies them for the singletrack. The short's nylon four-way stretch fabric sits next to skin allowing for a full range of motion while on the trail. No snagging the nose of your saddle and no baggie knees that lead to chafing. It's also more durable than your typical road bibs so if you take a spill, they're more apt to survive and fight another day. These shorts are also far better at managing moisture than baggies so it doesn't feel like your hauling around a full diaper on an endurance ride or race. If you're self-conscious, the Ironton can always sub in as a killer set of liner shorts.

  • Slim fitting bib shorts for serious XC racing
  • High stretch material manages moisture and is durable
  • Gentle compression supports legs over long events
  • Mesh paneling enhances breathability and transfers moisture
  • Multi-density Italian chamois cushions hours spent on the trail
  • Item #YTI00FE

Material
78% nylon, 22% spandex
Fit
form-fitting
Chamois
multi-density foam
Recommended Use
cross-country
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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>Rating: 2

Not that great, legs cut too short

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
L
Height
6` 00"
Weight
165 lbs

It seems to me that manufacturers are cutting lots of corners with cycling shorts. These Yeti bibs are no exception unfortunately. 1st ride on them and the flimsy elastic grips on the legs don't do their job, as a consequence, as the legs on these shorts are not very long, I end up with hot pants instead of cycling shorts - I'm 6 ft, 165 lbs with a 33 inch inseam and got the L size. The chamois is nothing special either. I'd suggest to retailers to at least include the length of the legs for each size so we customers can have an idea of what the shorts are going to look like once we wear them. Meanwhile I'll keep searching for a nice pair of bibs at an affordable price...