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Mavic Sprint Bib Knickers - Men's

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Item # MAV000H

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Keep your knees warm from the wrath of cold winds

The Mavic Sprint line is designed for warm weather riding. That said, when your rides are going to head into the mountains, the extra coverage of Mavic's Sprint Knickers make the ideal coverage for chilly knees. And, if the sun comes out, Mavic's Wick Matrix ST fabric will keep you from overheating.

Wick Matrix ST is a lightweight polyester blend with excellent breathability. This keeps cool air moving over your body and pulls perspiration away from your skin so it can be quickly evaporated at the material's surface. Additionally, the fabric also has a UPF protection level of 30+. So, your skin will be protected from fabric-penetrating UV rays on long, exposed sections of road.

Mavic adds to the comfort of the Sprint Knickers with its Ergo 3D pad. Anatomically correct support is supplied by three different density layers and six different thicknesses. A moisture wicking, low density, and open cell foam pulls perspiration away from the skin, and it has an antimicrobial treatment to fight bacteria. This first layer is incredibly soft against the skin in order to prevent irritation.

At the top of the Sprint Knicker, Mavic uses a mesh bib to allow fresh air to circulate and for heat to escape. And at the bottom, leg grippers keep the knickers from riding up as you pedal.

The Mavic Sprint Knickers come in six sizes from XX-Small to X-Large and in the colors Black/black and Black/white.

Tech Specs

Leg Gripper:
Ergo 3D
spring, fall
Wick Matrix ST (44% polyester, 44% polyamide, 12% elastane)
form fit
Recommended Use:
cool weather cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
30 days
UPF Rating:
Chamois Thickness:

Size chart


Men's Cycling Apparel

Mavic Men's Cycling Apparel
Chest 32.7 - 34.3in
34.6 - 36.2in
36.6 - 37.8in
38.6 - 40.2in
40.6 - 42.5in
42.9 - 44.9in
45.3 - 47.2in
Waist 28.0 - 29.5in
29.9 - 31.5in
31.9 - 33.1in
33.5 - 35.4in
35.8 - 37.8in
38.2 - 40.2in
40.6 - 42.5in
Hip 33.5 - 35.0in
35.4 - 37.0in
37.4 - 38.6in
39.0 - 40.9in
41.3 - 43.3in
43.7 - 45.7in
46.1 - 48.0in
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Natural Waist:
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.
Measure from the center of your back to your wrist with arms held out.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The idea driving this design is good: knickers on the light side for truly hot weather. They look sharp and the fabric IS light but totally lacks compression. Mavic's sizing has some real flaws too. At 185 with with 31" waist I'm usually a LG or XL but these had sloppy loose areas even in a medium. That seems to be a fault in the fabric and also the cut which strikes me as imprecise. (I can't imagine any size of these things fitting a 150 lb rider.) Returned. If Mavic does a revised version I'd give those a shot.