Gore Bike Wear Contest Thermo Women's Bib Tights with Chamois $119.95
Fear not the wintery commute; the GORE Women's Contest Thermo Bib Tight + Insert provides the warmth you need to stay cycling when the temps start to drop. Built from a stretchy nylon-elastane blend, the Contest Thermo wicks moisture and provides light insulation so you stay comfy on your pedal into the deepening gloom.
- Contest Lady chamois offers lightweight cushioning and support
- Women-specific thermal stretch bib features a hook closure that clips over your chest without friction
- Patented two-zip system makes pit stops a breeze
- Zipper with semi-lock slider and reflective piping on lateral hem
- Mesh insert in back delivers optimal ventilation
- Gripper elastic on bottom hem keeps the pant leg in place
- Reflective hits on front and back boost your visibility
GORE Bike Wear & Running Wear
|Chest||30.25 - 31.5in
(77 - 80cm)
|32 - 33in
(81 - 84cm)
|33.5 - 34.75in
(85 - 88cm)
|35 - 36.25in
(89 - 92cm)
|36.5 - 37.75in
(93 - 96cm)
|38 - 39in
(97 - 100cm)
|Waist||24 - 25.25in
(61 - 64cm)
|25.5 - 26.75in
(65 - 68cm)
|27 - 28.25in
(69 - 72cm)
|28.75 - 30in
(73 - 76cm)
|30.25 - 31.5in
(77 - 80cm)
|32 - 33in
(81 - 84cm)
|Hip||34 - 35in
(86 - 89cm)
|35.5 - 36.75in
(90 - 93cm)
|37 - 38in
(94 - 97cm)
|38.5 - 39.75in
(98 - 101cm)
|40 - 41.25in
(102 - 105cm)
|41.75 - 43in
(106 - 109cm)
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Arm Length:
- Measure from the center of your back to your wrist with arms held out.
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
- Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
What community has to say
These run big...
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I used the size chart and ordered an XXL (I'm 5'10", 165 lbs, Chest 36, Waist 32, Hips 43). These things are HUGE on me. I ordered an XL in the same brand, different style and it's still too big. I'm going to try a large now.
Quality is amazing though...
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The reason I bough these was the zippers that make bathrooms stops 3 million times faster. They really are great in that aspect. They also kept me really warm and happy with wool baselayer on chilly fall days.
I like the contest ladies chamois but want...
I like the contest ladies chamois but want a short bib. All the shorts seem to have a different chamois or are underwear. Does Gore make a women's short bib with the contest ladies chamois?
They have only 3 bib/short offerings:
Xenon 2.0 Lady Bib short + (wt. "lady chamois)
Power Lady Bib short + ...same liner
ALP-X 2.0 + (wt. alp-x liner).
They offer 3 shorts with the liner you like:
Element W-Line Lady +shorts
Pixel Lady + shorts (new)
Countdown Lady + shorts.
The Contest Lady chamois is listed, by Gore, for short to medium rides, only.
The Xenon is their top-of-the line. I have them, they're great!
I normally wear a large in Pearl Izumi &...
I normally wear a large in Pearl Izumi & LG & Sugoi shorts.....
would a large fit?
Gore's size chart sites a 'L' to be:
I've found Gore to run small, but I wouldn't say any smaller than L.G.
If your even a bit close to the top end of these measurements, size-up.
Hope this Helps!
These are fantastic. I might buy a 2d pair!
I have curves, and don't fit into men's straight-hip tights. I've scoured the internet for women's bib tights that don't cost a fortune. These are fantastic! They are incredibly comfortable, fit great, the chammy is good enough for government work-- it's not the best one ever, but it's not low quality-- and the back zippers really sold me. No need to undress to pee! At first I was skeptical about the zippers, but I did a 180 once I used them because they are so great. You can feel them on your back against bare skin, so I'd recommend an undershirt to prevent them from being scratchy. With an undershirt, you'll probably feel them some, but they aren't bothersome to me. I ride in these down to 30 degrees on a mountain bike, and am toasty.