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Craft Elite Winter Bib Knicker - Men's $0.00
When the days get shorter and you start to think that global warming might not be real, pull on the Craft Elite Winter Bib Knicker before your ride. The Winter Bib Knicker features a combination of windproof, insulating, and breathable fabrics to keep you warm, dry, and comfortable on your winter rides.
- Windproof front panels ensure your muscles and joints stay warm and limber
- Breathable mesh bib wicks moisture to keep you dry
- Brushed fabric interior traps body heat to insulate you from the cold
Reviews & Community
Wa wa wee wa!
These here knickers are great! They are nice and thick, but not too thick. They go down about an inch or two below your knees and keep 'em nice and toasty. I have ridden with them in 20-30 degrees and they kept me warm. The chamois is like riding on a super thick gel saddle, insane! I like 'em just fine!
Not what you want
I own alot of Craft clothing, and love it. The quality, materials and fit are always above par. I figured these would be the same.
These bibs look nice, but the fit is positively terrible. Baggy knees, baggy abdomen and a loose fitting chamois/crotch area. The last thing you want in a set of cycling bottoms is something that fits poorly in the crotch. I think that the poor fit is in large part to the windproof fabric - it just doesn't have the stretch to it that allows the material to conform to the body contours.
So, I still love Craft, but these bibs are going back.
I'm 6' w/ 35" inseam, 175lbs bare w/ 31" waist.
I did size medium and they're rather snug on my thighs (but I like the compression). Straps fit my shoulders just right but the leg length is off. Seems like my legs are too long and the bottoms ride up to just below my knees at the thinnest part of my upper leg and they gap a bit. Perhaps I should have tried these in a large, but in doing so it seems the crotch would be a problem as I use these for MTB too and need to worry about saddle snag.
They are windproof, that's for sure and that's exactly what I wanted/needed so they do get the job done.
Be warned: I thought my seatpost was bending or my frame was in trouble when I first rode this on MTB - the pad is VERY thick and creates an interesting feeling when on the saddle. I'm normally riding thinner seat pads for better saddle feel, this one will not allow the best feedback from your bike, it'll mute the feedback and like others may agree, this is not always best.
FIT: not quite European, not quite American so maybe buy your normal US size and 1 size larger then return the least favorite.