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Capo Limited Edition Roubaix Bib Knicker - Men's

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The temperature hovers around 50F, and it’s drizzly and windy, but you plan to ride. Pull on the Capoforma Men’s Limited Edition Roubaix Bib Knickers, and stay toasty all the way to your knees. Capoforma used Teflon-treated insulating and wind-resistant fabric for weather protection and constructed these knickers using eight panels that wrap your body for a close, muscle-compressing fit. The bib portion is cut higher than on bib shorts for added insulation around your core, and silicone gel gripper won’t let these knickers ride up. The multi-density elastic chamois is perforated for air flow and wicks sweat for comfort on long rides, plus it features silver ion threads that work as an antimicrobial.

Tech Specs

MLDA EIT (Multi-Layer Density Anatomic Elastic Interface Technology)
[main] Super Roubaix, [panels] Windtex Dream
Recommended Use:
cold-weather road biking, long rides

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Capo (or anyone) bib knickers, great idea...

Capo (or anyone) bib knickers, great idea but what happens if you have to pee????????

That's what the zipper is for if it has one-and prepare to test the limits of the stretch on that lycra.

Which is warmer: the limited edition Roubaix...

Which is warmer: the limited edition Roubaix or the Peloton Roubaix? Also, I'm 6'4" but 35" waist, so which size is better: XL or XXL? Thanks!

The Limited Edition Roubaix has Windtex Dream fabric, which makes it more windproof. If you're out in the blustery cold, it would make a difference.As for sizing, it really depends on how snug you like your gear. Personally, I would choose the XL if I were in your situation. I'd imagine that it will fit snugly, but not too tight.