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AssosDyora RS S9 Summer Bib Short - Women's


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Dyora RS S9 Summer Bib Short

When Assos released the Laalalai bib shorts with a redesigned, center-buckle bib strap construction, it received mixed reactions. Some riders lauded the pressure reduction on the chest and while others felt more pull across the clavicles. In the new Dyora line, a women-specific racing line, Assos introduces the Dyora RS S9 Summer Bib Short with a fresh bib strap design that returns the front straps to fit more laterally on the chest. And while the repositioned front straps may be enough to win over the majority of racers, Assos reaches further with an ambitious rear strap construction.

Assos focuses firmly on rider comfort and race performance. The rear straps descend beyond the hem of a jersey or jacket top and are clearly visible while riding. A single strip of semi-stiff elastic material is folded over itself to make an A-frame, which attaches closer to the chamois than do traditional straps which attach at the waist — or are integrated into a one-piece mesh design. It provides a consistent pull for ideal chamois positioning while riding and aggressive cornering. A more compliant elastic material connects at the top of the A-frame to ensure freedom of movement over the shoulders and chest to accommodate racing positions and aero-tucks.

Assos calls on Type.441 fabric to make up the main body of the Dyora RS S9, which compresses muscles for increased fatigue-resistance as you push down hours of racing wattages. Silky-smooth and breathable, the warp knit fabric has significantly fewer seams across the main body and the leg grippers, resulting in a lower overall weight for the Dyora RS S9 of 165 grams.

An antibacterial top cover sits atop the shock-absorbing and lightweight Dyora RS chamois insert with foam that compresses and rebounds during every pedal stroke for superior comfort and predictable saddle engagement. Add in the creature comforts of a UPF 50+ rating and odor control, and the Dyora RS S9 is well-positioned to establish a new standard for racing-specific bib shorts.

  • Female-specific bib shorts from Assos' racing series
  • Compressive hold for muscle support and a soft warp knit
  • Dyora RS chamois with anti-odor top sheet and shock absorbing foam
  • Updated bib strap design forgoes the front magnetic closure
  • A-frame strap crossover for improved comfort and hold
  • Lightweight design for increased breathability and moisture wicking
  • Assos designs premium clothing so you can sponsor yourself

Tech Specs
MaterialType.441 (80% nylon, 20% elastane)
Seasonspring, summer, fall
ChamoisDYORA RS Insert (superAir microShock foam)
BibCarbon Xbib with rollBar
Leg GripperUltralight (lycra, elastane)
UPF Rating50+
Manufacturer Warrantylimited
Activitycommuting, cross-country, cyclocross, gravel, road cycling


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Note: Assos clothing has a very slimming, anatomic cut, if your build is less than slim or if you like your fit looser, go up in size.
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Standing with your feet together, measure around the widest part of your hips.
Measure around the widest part of your chest.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

Uncomfortable spine pressure weird strap

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 2"
110 lbs

I love the Assos T'Laalalai women's bib shorts and have 2 pair. I thought I would try these Dyora summer bibs as they are the latest design and I live in a hot, humid climate. I thought they might be even better than the T'Laalalai. My DH likes the men's and I researched and was aware the women's have a different strap style with the rear straps being looped and sewn in farther down the short, nearer the pad. I was worried they would show under the jersey and look weird. Turn out that doesn't happen or bother me but I hate the feel of the straps pulling down on my shoulders and compressing my spine. I have worn them indoor, outdoors, short and long rides and I still do not like how they feel. I don't have a great lumbar spine and they just feel like they compress my L-3-4-5 vertebrae at all times. I am 5'2" & 110 lbs and got the small which is what I usually wear and they seem true to Assos size chart. My torso is short as I take a less than 16" backpack size so it's not a long torso creating the feel but could be due to my spine not enjoying downward force on my vertebral discs even when I'm aero, horizontal on the bike. I do not like the front styling, front panel looks weird is a bit short. I also worry the straps creating these stretchy loops over your back and rear could get me pulled off the bike in a tight or tangled situation with another rider's handlebars, although it is unlikely, it worries me. Why this weird butt loops, Assos's, for women but not men? The actual chamois and rear padding are fine. The bibs are nicely compressive similar to T'Laalalai and the grey pad is nice. I should have returned them but I tried so hard to like them and get used to them. If you like the T'Laalalai, don't bother to get these, they are not an upgrade, at least not for my body.

>Rating: 4

Think I prefer the T.Laala's

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Runs small
Size Bought
5` 3"

These are my second pair of Assos bibs. I bought the T.LaalaLaiShorts_S7 Lady Bib Shorts - Women's a few months ago and they are incredibly comfortable but the over-the-head straps are a little odd so I thought I would try these. These bibs seem to run a little smaller and the chamois feels thicker. It's also been slower to break in (felt a bit like wet cardboard the other day). Not sure what the difference in chamois is and these will likely be comfortable in time but I didn't have the same a-ha moment.


What is the leg length (inches) for these bibs?