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Ready for race day.

Designed for race-day, the Sugoi Men's RSE Bib Short offers classic styling and advanced fabrics for unparalleled comfort and performance. Its strategic patterning and bonded seams offer low-profile ergonomics that won't hold you back on all-out sprints and long, arduous climbs. Ultra Pro fabric is both lightweight and breathable, helping to move moisture off your skin for a comfortable feel without chafing or irritation. Plus, this bib short forgoes traditional gripper elastic in favor of integrated silicone panels for a cleaner, smoother fit.

Perhaps most impressive with this race-worthy bib short is its Formula FXE Chamois with no inseam for less bulk. This top-shelf chamois offers an antimicrobial knit surface that wicks moisture off your skin for less irritation. Its advanced lamination utilizes foam carving technology to reduce weight, while the molded center channel relieves saddle pressure. Moreover, you'll find this chamois has rounded edges to further reduce bulk, as well as a perforated front section for enhanced breathability.

  • Ultra Pro fabric
  • Bonded seams
  • Bonded bib straps
  • Formula FXE chamois
  • Integrated silicone hem panels

Tech Specs

Material:
Ultra Pro
Season:
spring, summer, fall
Fit:
form-fitting
Chamois:
Formula FXE
Bib:
yes, bonded top straps
Leg Gripper:
integrated silicone panels
Recommended Use:
cycling
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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My 'Go To' race kit this season...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large

Being an unattached racer, I was looking for a standout kit for this season. This truly fit the bill. Obviously, aesthetics would mean nothing without comfort, these hit the mark. My usual work horse bibs are Castelli, thus far these have equalled, if not surpassed in the helpful compression ( guessing materials?!?) As always $$ value was GREAT, with CC. I will be looking for another kit soon, these are definitely on the list now.

Nice Fit, Interesting Materials

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I must admit I'm pretty new to road cycling and only have one other pair of bib shorts. So I'm not well versed in all of the different materials that are used.
That being said, I've found the shorts portion of these are great. They fit really well and the chamois has been very comfortable thus far. They are night and lightweight/breathable, which has been great. However, the material used in the suspenders seems to lack elasticity. If it had a little give, the comfort would improve a lot and accommodate slightly different rider body shapes.

Best of the bunch

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XL

I'm 6'5 210 and ordered a variety of high end Bibs ranging from 100-200 bucks (7) both XL and XXL for most of the Italian makers. I tested them back to back to back on a trainer in my garage and these were quite easily the winners. The thickness of the lycra/spandex was tops and provided great compression. The leg grippers made the transition from short to leg feel seamless and the chamois was solid. Not as good as some of the cytech chmois but very thick and provided great cushion. The only downside I noticed was the straps could have been a little more comfortable. I prefer the mesh straps and these were more elastic but overall these were my favorites. Construction feels extremely solid but will see how they wear over time.

Great bib shorts

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

All round great pair of shorts. Very comfortable insert/chamois, even compression, true to size chart measurements, and wash well in cold water. As they should be, the shoulder straps are comfortable in riding position and a bit tight for walking.

Durability unclear

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: L

Really liked the fit and padding in these, but they ripped between seams the fourth time I pulled them on. But I liked them enough that I exchanged these for another of the same. Hopefully the first pair were just a lemon.

Possibly run a bit small, but I think that's just because they provide more compression than other bibs I've had.

so give us a follow up - how have they been?