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My first pair of full-length bib tights, and they're very good. Ridden them once, in great comfort. Warm enough for chilly, drizzly descents in Northern California, but not too stifling when it wasn't cold or windy. Fleecy red lining, and a great chamois for all day/night riding, like the Stealth and Thermal RW bibs that I have relied on for 4 years.
I have only worn my bibs twice since receiving them, however I must say I have already reached the conclusion they are absolutely excellent and without doubt the best I have used.. I have already recommended them to a number of my friends. Given the bibs are very tight fitting, my recommendation is to purchase one size larger than your usual size.
Initially I did need to return the bibs because they were one size too small, but exchange was managed very professionally and adjusted sized was returned to me a promptly as possible..
Why haven’t I used these before? I have been cycling with the normal summer shorts from RedWhite for years and they are the best value for money. The winter longs are just as good. Perfect for Melbourne winters especially when the windchill is not your friend. Will definitely get a second pair.
I always tell customers that the Winter Bib Tights are underrated. A lot of thought went into making them feel like warmer and longer versions of the popular bib shorts. Really happy you like them :)
I have a few pairs of the summer red white bibs and these have the same comfort feel. They are quite warm so you may need to be aware of overheating if you're pushing hard on a ride. The thermal coverage goes up into the body part of the bibs. I am using them for winter commuting and they really help my motivation to take the bike rather than car to work on the cooler mornings. My commute is about 45 min and I am getting warm near the end of the ride if pushing hard. Cruising they keep me toasty without overheating.
My RedWhite bib shorts and winter bib tights have become my go-to for all my rides. The quality is outstanding and is only outdone by the exceptional customer service offered by YUVA and his team. I heartily recommend RedWhite apparel for anyone who cares about quality, comfort, and value.
I have been wearing these bibs during the Canadian winters, between zero to 13 degrees Celsius and had a chance to ride them in infamous Paris to Ancaster Gravel race. They have held up to whatever has been thrown their way. The bibs are very comfortable and you don't really feel them. I did have the rare pinch following some hike and bike around my hips, but it's not a major concern and the quality of the bib and compression makes up for it.
The material is excellent and you never feel too hot or too cold. I'm glad I bought them and feel confident riding with them - just wondering if you would be making a cargo version?
Due to the warmer weather, I haven't had the opportunity to put in some serious mileage on these winter bibs but so far so good,
very well made, great fit and really comfortable
Recently bought a winter bib from RW -- I've bought other bibs as well and have pleased with the fit and comfort of the bib. I decided to try their winter bib and was very pleased with fit and comfort as well. Despite a ride with a 15mph wind and temps 35F -- The ride was warm, and comfortable. I highly recommend the winter bib. One feature that would be good, but not a game changer -- would be to add some side pockets.
Chris here, a group of us bought via Satinder.
These tights are great, the fit is excellent even with my lockdown/winter weight gains. They are warm enough (I don't ride when its really cold) and very, very comfortable on a ride. Highly recommended.
I’ve used these down through the mid 20Fs and I have stayed very comfortable. I always liked the heat management of the Gore winter bibs, but hated the pad. Here the pad matches the summer bibs, which are my all time favorites. I was skeptical that these would manage the heat as well, but I think they do. I may request some more wind stopping fabric around the groin, but not nearly as bad as all other non-Gore winter bibs that I have tried before.