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Zero RH + Logo Bib Short - Men's $0.00
Cool, comfortable, clean.
Upgrade to the Zero Logo Bib Short; its breathable Firedry gold 100 fabric and Uranus chamois keep moisture moving away from the body so you stay cool and your rear remains comfortable on long rides.
- Pre-formed anatomic construction provides excellent muscle support and on-the-bike comfort
- The seamless and anatomically correct Uranus chamois optimizes comfort on epic rides
- Grip-fit, anallergic leg hems keep shorts in place without pinching or irritation
- We are the exclusive U.S. retailer for Zero RH+ products
- 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.
- 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.
Reviews & Community
So short that I felt offensive wearing these.
Fit small but look great
Ordered an XL - I am 6'1", 175 lbs, 33 in waist and it was lightly too small. The XL suspenders were too tight and the length of the bibs was too short on my thigh. Now waiting for an XXL. Very cool looking bibs.
First pair of bibs I have purchased, and I am really liking them. Super comfortable, Large is a great fit (5'9",170).
The bibs are great
I was hesitant at first due to the price, but these bibs are a steal. Very comfortable and fit great. I wear a small in Voler and a med in Zero RH+. The pad is perfect....not bulky and comfortable for long hard rides. I have raced in these bibs and like them more than the bibs that came with my team kit.
Nice straps, bulky chamois
I'm comparing this to my experience with Sugoi, Castelli, and Capo bibs.
I like the design of this one. The length of the legs are good, and feels like they're longer than my Castellis, but shorter than Capo. I haven't measured, though.
Unlike any other bibs I have used, the straps on this one are more like stretchy suspenders, not the usual, non-stretchy mesh panels. That does make them more comfortable on the shoulders.
My biggest dislike with these is the chamois. They're the biggest I feel I've ever worn. They feel bulky when walking or standing around. They're also thicker than anything else I've seen in the front. On the bike they're OK.
Despite the criticism, I'm pretty happy with them for the price I paid on sale. Overall I'm more pleased with my Sugoi and Capo bibs.