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Louis Garneau Mondo Evo Women's Bib Shorts

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Item # LGN0671

Description

Take comfort to the next level.

The Louis Garneau Women's Monda Evo Bib Short makes another lap on your training loop a more comfortable reality. Between the super-stretchy, supportive Lycra Power panels, the advanced 4Motion chamois, and the comfortable, breathable Carbon-X Mesh bib, you just may take a second lap on your forty-mile loop—or even a third.

  • Back pocket keeps your MP3 player secure and accessible
  • UPF 50+ saves you pennies on sunscreen
  • 4-Motion Chamois features multi-density foam for padding where you need it, not where you don't.
  • Pre-shaped, 10-panel, ergonomic fit
  • Reflective logos on back and legs for added safety in low light

Tech Specs

Material:
Cell-Ion (43% nylon, 40% Celliant, 17% Lycra)
Fit:
compressive
Inseam:
10.5 in
Chamois:
yes, 4 Motion
Removable Chamois:
no
Bib:
yes
Pockets:
1 back media holster
SPF Rating:
50+
UPF Rating:
50+
Recommended Use:
training, racing, club rides

Size chart

Louis Garneau

Women's Apparel
XXS XS S MLXLXXL3XL
Chest 30.0in
(76.2cm)
32.0in
(81.3cm)
34.0in
(86.4cm)
36.0in
(91.4cm)
38.0in
(96.5cm)
40.0in
(101.6cm)
42.0in
(106.7cm)
44.0in
(111.8cm)
Waist 25.0in
(63.5cm)
26.0in
(66.0cm)
27.0in
(68.6cm)
29.0in
(73.7cm)
31.0in
(78.7cm)
33.0in
(83.8cm)
35.0in
(88.9cm)
37.0in
(94.0cm)
Hips 33.0in
(83.8cm)
35.0in
(88.9cm)
37.0in
(94.0cm)
39.0in
(99.1cm)
41.0in
(104.1cm)
43.0in
(109.2cm)
45.0in
(114.3cm)
47.0in
(119.4cm)
Inseam29.0in
(73.7cm)
29.0in
(73.7cm)
29.0in
(73.7cm)
30.0in
(76.2cm)
31.0in
(78.7cm)
31.0in
(78.7cm)
31.0in
(78.7cm)
31.0in
(78.7cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Chest:
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Natural Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Hip:
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
Inseam:
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.

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Here's what others have to say...

2 5

Wanted to love them

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

But they give me major sausage leg, and I'm small. But perhaps it's my body rather than the garment. Everything else about them worked, although I didn't ride in them since they were to be returned. They are probably someone else's dream bibs.

5 5

Love them

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These bib shorts are super comfortable. I used to wear Pearl Izumi religiously and then they changed the fit and I just couldn't wear them any more. My local shop turned me on to these bib shorts, but only had one pair. So they got one sale and CC got the other. I'll be back for more. They run true to size compared with Pearl Izumi.

4 5

Great fit

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are my first pair of bib shorts and I really like them! The fit is great, the braces of the bibs are comfortable, their is NO digging at the waistband and the leg length is good. I got the pair with the white band on the leg. If I did it again, I would get the ones without the white band- I should've known that generally the contrasting color on the leg opening makes it not quite as stretchy. But the compression on the leg opening is tight enough that they don't ride up too much.

2 5

Not the right fit for me

I'm short-waisted and on the curvy side through the hips and butt; these aren't for me. The Sugoi bibs fit me well in a medium, so maybe that gives you some idea.

(I had to pick a star rating to write this review. Frankly, I don't know what to pick because I didn't use them. They are probably great for someone else!)

Responded on

You could just click the "returned before used" selection...N.B.D.
Have you tried the Giordana FormaRed-C bibs? I think you'll really like them!

Responded on

In return of Debbie C's comment, I do not agree. My wife whom is highly athletic races and body builds and at a stature of 5'1" 107lbs size 00-0 waist, 23.5 inch butt/hips with very long torso and medium/average legs for height, and less than 5% body fat average, finds the Giordana FRC to be the best fitting short for racing due to her body type!! Her next favorite is Gore Bike Wear also tight and athletic! I think she is mistaken in her recommendation, I would rather steer you towards Castelli middle of the line products as they are possibly one of if not the most popular female garment makes in the world for a reason! They tend fit the average female body incredibly well, shorter, little more butt and even bust sizes well, not to mention some of the most comfortable semi- to not compression garments around! Their chamois are also very comfortable for women! Hope this helps.

4 5

Lots of padding

These shorts are very comfortable, but the chamois is very thick. After a while in the saddle, too much padding can be a tad uncomfortable to me. The length is longer than the Giordana FRC and Pearl Izumi Elite, which I don't mind, the compression is nice. No sausage leg, and the waist is a nice height, no spillage over the top. They look great, and the fabric is fantastic, like second skin.

5 5

Best bibs ever!

These are my first pair of bibs and they are great! The comfort is incredible even on 50 plus mile rides. I love the long inseam and never have issues with them riding up. I bought them on sale and have been waiting for them to go on sale again so I can buy my second pair.

Anyone tried these yet? Any idea what the...

Posted on

Anyone tried these yet? Any idea what the differences are as compared to 2011 version of this bib, besides the white top portion? Is the chamois the same, with the memory foam and anit-bacterial topsheet? Thanks.

Responded on

Garneau is still making the antibac. "top sheet" in their "2013" line up, so no doubt these probably have it too.
Check out the Garneau website and look at all the tech details. You could probably contact them for more details about these.
Hope this still helps (or for future purchases!).