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Sugoi RS Zero Bib Shorts - Men's

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Description

When shorts are too short and tights are too long

The leaves have turned, the air is crisp as an apple -- it's not quite cold enough for your winter tights, but wearing thermal leg warmers with your summer bib shorts means your quads and butt will be chilly. The Sugoi RS Zero Bib Short is the perfect compromise.

The Sugoi Zero Bib Shorts are designed with the same 10-panel construction and proportions as Sugoi's popular RS Short. The synthetic MidZero (polyester and spandex) fabric used is suitable for a wide range of temperatures. The soft, brushed interior expedites moisture wicking through the breathable exterior --keeping dry, warm air next to the skin. The shorts have a generous 9 inch inseam. The bibs are designed with a high waist and wide back panel for full coverage from the cold. The back and straps are sewn with Mobil Mesh, an airy wicking fabric which also aids in moisture transfer.

The bibs include the Formula FX chamois -- a perforated 4-way stretch pad with a welded center channel for pressure relief and ventilation. The gripper elastic that finishes the hem of the shorts holds leg warmers, such as the Sugoi RS Leg Warmer, securely in place. A single back pocket holds keys or small electronics.

The Sugoi Men's RS Zero Bib Short is available in sizes Small through XX-Large in Black.

Tech Specs

Material:
MidZero (88% polyester, 12% spandex), Mobil Mesh
Fit:
form fit
Inseam:
9 in
Chamois:
yes, Formula FX
Leg Gripper:
elastic
Bib:
yes
Season:
spring, fall, winter
Recommended Use:
cool weather cycling, cyclocross
Manufacturer Warranty:
30 days

Size chart

Sugoi

Men's Apparel

Sugoi Men's Apparel
Upper Body
XSSMLXLXXLXXXL
Chest34.1-35.8in
(86.5-91cm)
35.8-38.2in
(91-97cm)
38.2-40.2in
(97-102cm)
40.2-42.5in
(102-108cm)
42.5-45.5in
(108-115.5cm)
45.5-48.0in
(115.5-122cm)
48.0-50.0in
(122-127cm)
Lower Body
Waist27.2-29.1in
(69-74cm)
29.1-31.1in
(74-79cm)
31.1-33.1in
(79-84cm)
33.1-35.4in
(84-90cm)
35.4-38.6in
(90-98cm)
38.6-40.9in
(98-104cm)
40.9-42.9in
(104-109cm)
Hip33.1-35.0in
(84-89cm)
35.0-37.0in
(89-94cm)
37.0-39.0in
(94-99cm)
39.0-41.7in
(99-106cm)
41.7-44.5in
(106-113cm)
44.5-47.0in
(113-119.5cm)
47.0-49.0in
(119.5-124.5cm)
Inseam29.5-30.5in
(75-77.5cm)
30.5-31.5in
(77.5-80cm)
31.5-32.5in
(80-82.5cm)
32.5-33.5in
(82.5-85cm)
33.5-34.1in
(85-86.5cm)
34.1-34.6in
(86.5-88cm)
34.6-35.4in
(88-90cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Chest:
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Natural Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Hip:
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
Inseam:
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.

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5 5

FAVORITE COLD/COOL WEATHER BIB

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The RS Zero is one of the best cold/cool weather bibs I have worn. They have been great down to 25 F in calm conditions and 20 F wind chill. The fit is excellent and very supportive, I do like a tight fitting short ... if you want a loose fit go with a size larger. The chamois will not let you down. I wear a Medium. [Height 6' 1", Weight 162, waist 32, and chest 38]. My only concern is the straps are a little too short, but the Large is too big everywhere. I wish I would have got another pair now for winter. I also wear the RS Bib when the weather is warmer.