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Twin Six Grand Prix Bib Shorts - Men's $0.00
The Twin Six Grand Prix Men’s Bib Shorts are perfect for those times when you’re stacking on the miles. The eight-panel design keeps you riding with full freedom of motion, and the seamless chamois is built for the long haul. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that the subtle detailing adds some classy distinction, especially when matched with the Grand Prix jersey.
The Grand Prix bib’s 8 oz. polyester/lycra blend works in conjunction with the anatomically cut eight panel design, helping these shorts move with you, instead of pulling. The fabric wicks perspiration away from the skin, which is essential, since staying dry is key to avoiding chafing. The perforated chamois is designed to keep you dry, and in combination with the seamless design, it will keep you sitting pretty. And you can pedal with peace of mind knowing that the Grand Prix bibs have been proudly constructed in the USA.
The Twin Six Grand Prix Men’s Bib Shorts are available in six sizes, from Small, to 3X-Large and in the colors Black, and White.
|Height||5'10'' & up||5'10'' & up||5'10'' & up||6' & up|
|Bibs and Shorts|
|Three Quarters (Knickers)|
|US Men's Sizing||5-9||9-13|
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Natural Waist:
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
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I am 68" and weigh 150. I like my bibs...
I am 68" and weigh 150. I like my bibs to fit snug. Would you recommend size small? Or is the max weight of 145 according to the size chart accurate and therefore making a small unable to fit?
Hey Kyle H.,
Thanks for your question.
I would suggest you measure your waist and chest. Those two measurements would help narrow it down for which size will fit the best for you either the small or medium depending on what the findings are after you measure your chest and waist. I hope this helps.