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AssosLL.habuTights_s7 Bib Tights - Men's

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LL.habuTights_s7 Bib Tights

Your trusty Assos T.tiburu_s7 shorts and knickers are perfect for chilly fall days and early spring rides, but sometimes winter calls for more protection. Get covered with the Assos Men's LL.habuTights_s7 Bib Tights, which feature the soft, weather-blocking elements of their shorter counterparts but with full leg protection against the snow and cold.

The main fabric in these tights is Assos' RX Medium. RX Medium features a brushed lining for warmth, comfort, and wicking and Assos' own water repellent technology on the exterior to fend off drizzle. These tights also incorporate a panel of wind resistant Stratagon Ultra fabric in the front crotch and lower abdomen. Assos is calling this feature BlasenSchutz, which translates literally to "blow protection," suggesting windproof qualities, but which Assos translates as "bladder protection." Assos claims that the extra protection keeps you from having to urinate while riding in cold weather, but we can't repeat that in good conscious without acknowledging that we're not sure if it's true or not. What we can say about BlasenSchutz is that the extra panel protects your core from wind chill — a feature that needs no additional bladder-related justification.

The insert is the same featured in the race-level T.equipe_s7 shorts. It boasts the same 8mm of memory foam — which "fills the gaps" while your body moves through the pedaling motion — and it incorporates a perforated waffle layer — which provides ventilation and a more forgiving ride. It also has the goldenGate feature, where the center sides of the chamois aren't stitched to the tights' body. This means that the chamois has that much more freedom to move with you while you pedal rather than staying stationery while you move across it. The chamois also benefits from another Assos invention, integrated front pad protection, which means that the chamois isn't sewn into the front but actually extends to the end of the panel, eliminating seams in what we can all agree is a very sensitive area.

For the little details, Assos adds a pocket at the back of the LL.habuTights_s7 Bib Tights to hold small essentials, media players, or a radio, and comfy elastic at the ankles holds the tights themselves in place. Reflective elements at the ankles add a bit of stylish flair while increasing visibility to motorists in low-light and dreary conditions.

  • Winter cycling tights are a necessity for avoiding the trainer
  • Strategic wind paneling and thermal insulation guard against chill
  • Designed with an articulated cycling fit that "clicks" into place
  • Includes Assos' summer racing chamois for uncompromising comfort
  • Reflective details boost safety in dim, wintery conditions
  • Assos of Switzerland remains the gold standard for cycling shorts and tights
Tech SpecsSize
Tech Specs
RX Medium, [front panel] Stratagon Ultra
1 rear
yes, reflective elements
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty


Men's Apparel
Leg, Knee, Arm Warmers0III 

5ft 3in - 5ft 7in

(160 - 170cm)

5ft 7in - 5ft 9in

(168 - 175cm)

5ft 8in - 5ft 11in

(170 - 179cm)

5ft 11in - 6ft 2in

(180 - 187cm)

6ft 1in - 6ft 2in

(185 - 189cm)

6ft 3in+



< 132lb

(< 60kg)

< 154lb

(< 70kg)

< 165lb

(< 75kg)

< 176lb

(< 80kg)

< 187lb

(< 85kg)

< 198lb

(< 90lb)

> 198lb

(> 90lb)


27.5 - 29.1in

(70 - 74cm)

29.2 - 31.5in

(75 - 80cm)

31.6 - 33.8in

(81 - 86cm)

33.8 - 36.2in

(87 - 92cm)

36.3 - 38.9in

(93 - 99cm)

39 - 41.7in

(100 - 106cm)


















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:
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Measure around the widest part of your chest.
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great bib!

  • Size Bought: L

I have worn these from about 40-60F and they are very comfortable. I have not put them to the extreme to figure out the lowest temp they are still comfortable in. The chamois pocket is the most comfortable of any bib I have worn. My one complaint is that the legs are a bit short. At my height & weight, the waist is a little loose but the legs are hitting about 4-5 inches above my shoe. Even when I wear extra long cycling socks, there is barely overlapping coverage. Other than that, they are great.

Assos quality but could be warmer

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

I grew tired of the binding feel of the other full bibs I've had and tried, so I thought I'd spring for the Assos bibs and am generally pleased. Though I must say for the price my expectations were high. I'm 5'-9" 160lbs and the Large fit me very comfortably. I know Assos tops run really small, but these bibs seem to be spot on for size. I ride in cool temps with lots of moisture in the air (Oregon) and the bibs did not do what I thought they would with regard to keeping that bone-chilling cold out. But in the high 40's and 50's they are fine. Have not used them in the rain yet, so I don't know how well they keep the real moisture out, but I'll find out soon enough. Chamois is comfortable, but if you have fairly boney sit bones, (I do) then you might feel like the chamois could be more heavily padded. Not sure I'd pay $290 for them again, but they are obviously well made, and should last a very long time.

OUTSTANDING bib tight!

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

These bib tights are excellent in every way. Usual Assos quality. Sizing is true for euro sizing. Built in chamois is super comfortable, nice compression all around, with touch of reflective on rear bottom of legs. Perfect for temperature range 30-low 50s (F). Probably would work lower than 30s, but usually use the Bonka for anything lower. Zero question on quality. Assos make THE BEST bibs and tights!

Excellent ...

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

I’ve had bonkas a bit longer, but I barely use them because these are so good; nothing wrong with the former; but habus feel a bit lighter, softer, easier to put on, and they seem to be fine down to low 30s, so a default choice, unless I feel crazy enough to go out in colder weather.

Great winter tights!

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

These are great winter tights that will keep you warm in 30 degree weather which is usually where I draw the line for going outside. The material is breathable so I do not feel like I will over heat. The attention to detail is superb with a sunglass loop and a rear pocket for added storage. I love this brand.

Great bib tights, usual Assos quality

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

I'm definitely a little biased as I only wear Assos. I've been using their older bib tights (S5 pad) for early winter riding and been wanting to try these. As usual, not disappointed. I'm already riding with their S7 bibshorts so I find the S7 pad extremely comfortable. I also love the wider shoulder straps and happy they went back to the lower cut front, making rest stops much easier. Rode in these today for about 2.5 hours, 44 degrees at start and extremely windy, so windchill was closer to mid 30s. Never felt cold and never overheated. All in all, really glad I ordered these.

Just buy this one

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

1. KuKuPenthouse is the best thing and should be on every cycling bottoms.
2. The chamois is the most comfortable one I've ever tried (I have bibs from other big brands. Believe me)
3. 2 hr training, the bib just disappeared, indeed second skin. No more numbness from my bottom, no more sore. My ass feels the same from the beginning to the end.
4. 0C NYC winter, riding at tempo/threshold, not cold at all. But not toasty/overheating. If you ride less progressive and more susceptible to cold, you may need something warmer like the Bonka. But this one is OK for me now.
5. 176cm/64kg, 83cm waist. M is spot on with minimum compression. Guess S will also work. But yet to be tried.
6. Don't question yourself anymore, you get what you paid for. Just buy this one for serious winter training.

Totally disappointed

  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Med

First, the bibs are not very windproof, I get much better blocking with Robauix fabrics like those used in the Cappo Bibs. Second, after about ten times of wear holes developed where I ride on the pad portion of the bibs. This has never happened to any shorts I have worn (and I have stuff 20 years old in some cases). I noticed the fabric is very soft so any kind of abrasion is going to cause this occurrence. I have a pair of Cappos that was 1/3 the price and much better fitting (more panels, windproof) and are ten times the bibs these are.

Now I understand the mystique and $$$

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

I am rebuilding my winter kit and these were a perfect cold weather selection. As of today, I have used them from 18 degrees F to about 40 and they are ideal. I see why people get addicted to Assos. The front is cut perfectly to keep you warm and facilitate nature breaks. The straps and back piece fit comfortably and sort of disappear on a ride. What really sets these apart though is the back of the legs. There is absolutely no sense of any fabric bunching behind the knees at all.

I have done 2.5 hour rides at 23/sunny and 33/overcast, there was no hint of a chill setting in at the end of the rides.

All new haBu

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

The new haBu are outstanding, as you would demand for this hefty price. This seems to be an all-new, ground-up design, quite a bit different than the previous LL.haBu_s5. The previous haBu had a light blue chamois that felt overly thick in how it draped over the saddle. The all-new "GoldenGate" chamois in the s7 does not have this issue. It’s a real improvement in Assos shorts across the board, and it performs just as well here as it does on the recently introduced summer shorts. The fabric of the haBu tights is comfortable and includes some sort of waffle fabric on the legs. The s7 loses the elastic stirrup that hooked under the foot; the new S7 has a simple but effective elastic band at the ankle. They are easy to get on (just as easy or easier than the lower-line Mille), so no probs getting ready on a cold morning. They’ve been good so far for temp ranges between upper 30s to mid 50s.

OK, they were rather expensive, but...

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

OK, they were rather expensive, but they're already the pair I reach for when heading out on my cooler-weather rides. Warm and comfortable but they still breathe so you don't wind up clammy midway through the ride. The insulation varies with location, and they seem to have hit all the right spots right.

I haven't really tested them at lower temperatures, but in the 40-50 (5-10 C) degree range they're fantastic (and they're probably a little too warm over 50F or 10C). I'm guessing they'll work down to freezing with no issues at all, if not below that. I'm in San Francisco, so it doesn't get a lot colder than that.

In terms if size, I'm nearly 6'3 and 205 (which means I climb hills slowly), and the XLG's work very well.