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Sugoi RS Zero Bib Knickers $0.00
Sometimes you need a little less coverage and a little more warmth.
Suit up in the Sugoi RS Zero Bib Knickers and get yourself out on the road for all-day, leaf-change tour. Built with a ten-panel construction for an optimal fit, the Sugoi RS Zero Bib Knickers provide comfort and coverage when tights are overkill but you need to keep your knees covered.
The RS Zero Bib Knickers are constructed with Firewall 260 paneling down the front of the legs, and MidZero around non-wind prone areas, where you need full-motion stretch. The soft, inner face of MidZero is made to expedite moisture transfer and increase airflow, and helps trap body heat next to the skin. The fabric is brought together with a flat seam to avoid chafing where common seams rub, making the tights more comfortable. Breathable, Mobil Mesh bibs attach to the tights at the waist. The spandex mesh blend provides comfortable movement under your jersey with wicking properties to aid in keeping you cool and dry.
The knickers come with the Formula FX insert. The stretchy, high density padding adds support where it's needed, under pressure points, softening road vibrations. A molded center channel adds additional pressure relief to your perineal area. Four-way stretch side panels mold to the contours of your body for extra comfort. A five-inch zipper on the front makes nature breaks easier. Two reflective logos on the back of the legs add a measure of visibility during low-light rides.
The Sugoi RS Zero Bib Knickers come only in Black and are available in Small through XX-Large.
Reviews & Community
Shorts bleed colour and are too short
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've had these shorts for about 2 months now and am very disappointed. The shorts bleed colour even after multiple washes. The colour bleed is not noticeable when washing, but is enough to turn my white saddle brown.
Regarding fit: The shorts are too short so that they ride up and don't insulate the knee adequately. The lower front part below the knee pulls away from the leg when the knee is flexed, allowing cold air to enter over the patellar tendon.