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Capo Peloton Roubaix Bib Knicker - Men's $0.00
Cold-weather cycling just got a lot more comfortable.
The temperature hovers around 50F today, but that doesn’t stop you from wanting to ride. Pull on the Capoforma Men’s Peloton Roubaix Bib Knickers, and stay warm all the way to your knees. Capoforma used its insulating Super Roubaix fabric and constructed these knickers using eight panels that wrap around 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, plus it features silver ion threads that work as an antimicrobial.
Reviews & Community
Euro sizing fo sho
6'2" 185lbs 34x34 fit in the XL but I don't like to see the seaming on my dermis after I take off my gear. XXL was my call. Great fabric, good fit and finish for this delayed summer. Plus I added 6" to the straps but I do that to all my bibs. Saves the jewels.
I didn't really need these because I had a couple of other bib knickers, but the price was good and I've been impressed with most of my other Capo gear. Since I got them though I haven't gone back to my other ones because these look so sharp, they fit well, and seem to work well for the medium-cold temps (40s). They do feel snug standing, but the medium for my 5'11" 145lb build feels fine when riding. They legs are on the longer side, covering the upper part of the calf - I really like that length. The fabric has a great finish and handles some light rain well. The overall look is of high quality.
My only small "wish it had" is a zipper to make bathroom breaks easier.
Sizing is much too small
These were XL, I am 6' 180 lbs and I had to return them or give up breathing or bending my legs. I went with the Giordana and love them.
Knickers that stay in place
Bought these knickers to try out a pair with silicone grippers. I've used them in road rides and cross races. The leg portion don't move, they stay in place either pedaling or running with the bike in a cross race. I am 6'0" with a 32 waistline and 33 inseam (bought a large). The leg sections are long which helps it fit as they should for someone my size. I also have a pair of Sugoi RS bib knickers and though I like the panels cut and the zipper on the upper front section. The leg section always rides up and are shorter in length than the Capos. I haven't found an issue with the Capo pad. It is a little thicker than what I'm use too (Sugoi RS pad). I've ridden them from 58 to 40 road riding and 45 to 36 degrees in rain and mud for cross races.
Are these windproof?
Are these windproof?
Not super windproof, maybe wind resistant.
Perfect mix of quality and affordability
I am 6'1" 186lbs. with 34 or 35 waistline. I got the XL and it fits me very well. The shoulder straps are slightly tight when I'm standing up straight but once I'm riding I didn't even notice it. They are totally comfortable and kept me warm on my last ride at 52 degrees. I like the simple look (but they don't look cheap).
Very warm. Good for 45-55 degrees. A little too heavy above that but still comfortable. Great chamois.
Nice cool weather Knickers...
I'm a big fan of knickers and these are quality...
The material thickness is on the medium to thicker side and makes a nice barrier for those cold days (50's and below). No need for warmers if your wearing these.
Sizing is a little on the smaller size - I have larger legs - XL are snug on me.
I really like them.