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Sugoi RS Bib Short - Men's $0.00
Your new go-to bib shorts.
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- 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 under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Reviews & Community
Got these for a great deal and had to try them out after all the good reviews. I took them on my first ride with them 50 miles to Estes Park Co and they performed very very well. Little to no soreness in the saddle after 50 difficult miles and the leg grippers kept the bibs from riding up. Wore these after riding a $240 pair of descentes and like these much better. Oh and I'm 5'8 about 155 and I got a medium and they fit perfect.
These are my go-to bibs for long rides. They are extremely comfortable and have nice compression on the legs. The shape and density of the pad matches perfectly with my SMP Stratos saddle. It's a shame that Sugoi stopped making them but I was able to pick up 3 pairs before they were gone.
I have put in about 15 hours so far 11:10 of those in the CCP about 10 days ago and ~ 5 hours since I bot them prior to that ride. They are tight, I'm dead center in the large category on their sizer but these felt tight. I had not had new shorts in a couple years so maybe the old ones were just that and no longer supported my legs well enough. Anyway, the boys were happy enough, no serious numbness or chaffing. If you find the right price <$100 these are pretty good, but I'd probably try something else at the full $150 +.
Great bib. I prefer over the RSE
This is a great bib for great value. The chamois is awesome and they dry out great. I've tried assos and high end giordana and this is still my favorite. A tad short on the strap but I wear them higher up on the thigh.
Shoulder straps are too short
The sizing on these items is a little off for me. If you have a longer torso you may find the shoulder "straps" are too short.
Solved my saddle soreness
I bought these right before my first Seattle to Portland (202 mi) because I had heard good things about the chamois. I was really amazed at how great I felt at the halfway point because I would have been hurting in my old bibs. Be warned, they really are a "euro fit" - pretty tight in the thighs and other nearby areas. Still, very comfy and the white/black looks fresh.
I am 6'2" 180 and the Large fit great. These are some of my favorite bibs. The only complaint I can make up about them is that the padding actually takes some time to break in but the fabric is wonderful and the fit is really great. They seem durable so far I have had 2 pair and loved both I am thinking of ordering a second.
Recommended for Road Riding
These are great shorts. I have the cocoa/red pair - it takes a bit of getting used to looking down and seeing the colors. They are comfortable and have a shiny finish making it easy to glide on the saddle.
when only the best will do
It is with sadness that I retired my 4 year old Sugoi shorts, but it is with joy that use my new bibs. By far the best and most durable in my collection.
I have four pairs now
Three years ago while finishing up a century and thinking it was time to pitch all my chamois I went on a quest. I went to three different LBS's and bought one pair each of the four most highly recommended shorts. It set me back roughly $500 at the time, but I live on my bike and ride over 4,000 miles a year, so it was worth it to me. My purchases included top names like Assos, Giordana, Diasente (sorry on the spelling), and of course the Sugoi.
Well, the readers digest version of my test is that I now have four pairs of the Sugoi RS bibs and haven't bought any of the others that I tried. I'm not saying that your mileage won't vary, but I found the chamois equal to the $250 Assos but the fit was vastly superior with the Sugoi. Those two chamois stood head and shoulders above the rest. While I still ride with all my shorts, I won't do a ride over three hours without my Sugois.
As for fit, I find that Sugois run a little on the small side. If you're used to Pearl Izumi, you might want to consider going up a size in the Sugoi.
My only shorts
These have become my only shorts. I have tried several other brands, including a well known bib short but nothing can compare with theses for "going the distance". These shorts are great! This is my second pair, so I won't have to wear a lesser short on any ride. These shorts are very comfortable, compression is wonderful as is the chamois, both will let a 66 year old man get a Century and still be able to function afterwards. One word of caution, Sugoi's sizes run about one size smaller than American sizes, so while I normally wear a medium in American brands, with these I need a large. Knowing that ahead of time will save a lot of frustration as these shorts are designed to fit snugly, so a size too small just won't work. Any more, I just won't ride any distance in any other short....gotta have my Sugoi RS
These have quickly become my "go to" shorts. Compression is great as is the chamois. These shorts are the best for the money, hands down. They offer a better chamois than my other shorts that cost twice as much and the mp3 pocket is a nice feature.
Wonderful chamois. No chaffing anywhere.
Best wicking fabric I have experienced.
Sizing chart is about right. If you have meatier than average thighs you will have to go one size up.
Overall, these bibs are excellent value for the money.
Backcountry has speedy returns too.
Happy fast shorts
The sizing for this is just right. Very comfy for those longer rides, done a couple of centuries since I picked these up, much nicer then wearing MTN shorts for long road rides :D