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I passed up buying a pair of men's Zero RH bibs in Italy this Fall and went on a mad search for the brand when I returned to the U.S. Unfortunately, the straps were really complicated and the chamois was way too think and padded. I've had problems the past year with chamois that are too padded as I find they bunch and create saddle sores. I wish there were other bib models as the quality is excellent and I loved the design.
I bought these bibs based on reviews below and a recommendation from the online help person. Unfortunately the fit was terrible and I could not send them back soon enough. I have a short torso but found these bibs to be short in the torso and the chamois was the weirdest one I have ever come across. I can't imagine it would offer any padding, protection or comfort on the bike. I was disappointed as Giordana makes great quality clothing. The fit and chamois simply did not work for me.
These are currently my #1 favorite bib, and that's saying a lot since I've been a loyal Capo fan for probably six years. These bibs fit great and the chamois is amazing, comparable to the Capo bibs, if not better. I wish they made an identical pair without the white band at the bottom as it can make matching jerseys tricky and I prefer all black bibs. They are currently on sale and so I scooped up 3 pairs as the price on this site could not be beat. Time will tell how long they hold up after lots of rides and washes. Overall, great fit and comfortable bibs. I would highly recommend them.
I have always been a huge Capo fan but wore their men's bibs. I was excited to try their women's bib even though the chamois seemed a lot thinner. I actually love the chamois and think it stays in place a lot better. These bibs are VERY short! It may be less of an issue for someone with short legs. The only thing I don't like about the bibs is the mesh upper as I prefer to wear a base layer and this creates an added layer. Plus, I usually tuck one of my headphone ear pieces into by bibs and I can't do so given the entry point is now up on my chest vs. down at my waist. I would highly recommend these bibs for the fit and comfort. I also have fund that you can get many years of wear out of the Capo brand. It's very durable.