I guess I'll answer my own question. The bibs have a fit that is very similar to the Claudio. The cut is not exactly the same, but very close. However, where the Claudio bibs used the silicone gripper on the inside of the leg to keep them in place, these bibs use the Giro++ (I think that's what they call it), which attaches at the end of the leg. The material for the legs seems to be cut to the same length as the Claudio, but with the Giro++ gripper they end up being about 2 inches longer. First impression was that they were almost comically long. I'm 5'9", 138 lbs, and the medium fits great everywhere, but this leg situation might be a deal-breaker. They would be fine if you were 140lbs with a 34" inseam and relatively short torso.
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I was wondering the same thing; I have the Claudios and love them, but want to make sure the fit hasn't changed before I order these.
I'm looking for a close-fitting rain jacket and the Oxygen caught my eye. I'm a bit concerned about getting the correct size though. None of my local shops carry the Oxygen, although I have tried on the more generously cut Path and Countdown. A small seems like the right size in both of those, but the chest measurement of the Oxygen has me worried with its supposedly 'tight' fit (the other measurements are spot on per the sizing chart). I'm 5'9", 140lbs with a 36" chest. Given the advice here to choose a size up, what are my chances of fitting into a small?