Cycling Shorts

Cycology Mens Winter Bib Tights

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A high quality, high performance staple to add to your cycling wardrobe, these long winter bib tights will mix and match with any jersey. Designed with an emphasis on warmth & comfort, they will perform no matter the distance or terrain.

Matt black, made with a heavier weight fleece interior fabric which has excellent thermal regulation. A superb panelled cut for maximum comfort. Wind stopper fabric at the knees for extra warmth. Reflective safety tape on the outer sides of the legs, around windproofed zippers. These are an exceptionally comfortable & beautifully cut winter bib tight. 

BIB FEATURES

  • Reflective strips on side leg zippers at ankles
  • Top of the range Chamois for comfort, breathability & moisture wicking
  • Winter fleece fabric (290gms) , 4 way stretch provides the ultimate in comfort with outstanding thermal properties & moisture wicking.
  • Windproof knee panels for extra warmth
  • Flat locked seams to keep chafing away
  • Black mesh braces with 4 way stretch for ultimate comfort
  • Subtle matt black Cycology logo on legs

* PLEASE CHECK OUR SIZE GUIDE TO ENSURE YOU ORDER YOUR PREFERRED FIT. THESE BIB TIGHTS ARE MADE FROM A HEAVIER WEIGHT FLEECE LINED FABRIC THAT PROVIDES A FIRMER FIT THAN OUR REGULAR SHORT FABRIC WHICH HAS HIGHER STRETCH. 

 


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Reviewed by Brett A.
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Long bibs Brett Anthony

I brought some Cycology long bibs and as they were my first bibs from cycology l was not sure what they would be like. I can say I’m extremely happy with the fit and the padding and will be purchasing more gear from cycology in the future.

I am looking to purchase a Geometric wind proof jacket when l save the coin, so hoping it’s what I’m looking for.

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