Why We Like The ASSOS Mille GT Winter Bib Tight GTO C2
Assos' Mille line is tuned in for complete comfort on every ride, and the Mille GT Winter Bib Tight GTO C2 is specially designed with that thoughtfulness for winter riding. This bib tight is engineered with highly flexible insulation and Assos' signature Mille insert to make for optimal support in challenging wintery weather conditions. We like that this bib tight is form-fitting and flexible without being restrictive and that it's designed to battle the toughest elements on our ride.
- Warmth, flexibility, and comfort all in one package with this bib tight
- Low-bulk regularFit platform is compressive where we need it to be
- Fabric panels flex with each pedal stroke for comfort
- Mille insert offers comfortable support when we're pedaling all day
- ECO water-repellent treatment offers protection from precipitation
- Item #AASZ03I
- 81% nylon, 15% elastane, 4% polyester
- [medium] 25.5in
- Claimed Weight
- [medium] 1lb 7oz
- Manufacturer Warranty
- road cycling
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April 2, 2022
Exceptionally Comfortable and Well-Made
- I've put it through the wringer
We live in a golden age of cycling apparel. Pretty much any product from an established brand will be pretty decent, and when it comes to mainstays like tights, you're spoiled for choice. Given that, I don't think that you NEED these particular tights, but if you can swing them, they're absolutely wonderful. The materials are the best that you'll find, the cut is spot-on, and the chamois is unbeatably comfortable. They also stay in place better than any other pair of tights I've ever worn, and the crotch doesn't ever bunch up. In short, these are tights that you slide on and instantly forget about. As far as temperature goes, these are for pretty cold days, but I've been caught out in unexpectedly warm weather, and the textile is nice enough that it manages to breathe remarkably well. Additionally, while they're not water proof rain tights, they keep road spray and melting snow off your skin. Even after 3-4 hours of road spray, these kept me dry. It's clear that these were developed in cooperation with professionals who are forced to spend God only knows how many hours outside in Alpine winters. So, are these bibs a must? No. Are they measurably better than anything else? Yes. Is it worth it? It depends on who you are. If you're not going to spend a lot of time outside next winter, or if you have a budget to stick to, there are lots of other great tights out there. If you're planning on doing some heavy base miles in crappy weather and you can swing the price, you won't regret dropping the extra coin.
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