Why We Like The Polare Bib Tight
Our cycling season ends when we say it does and not when the weather dictates, but that means we need to be prepared for the winter with apparel like the Polare Bib Tight. Castelli designed this tight for nerds like us who don't care if there's a chill in the air and frost on the ground, but also for those who just like to dress extra warm. Thermal and GORE-TEX fabric keeps the wind and cold at bay, and reflective details ensure we're seen in the low-light conditions that are so common in winter months.
- The bib tight we want for tackling winter riding
- GORE-TEX INFINIUM WINDSTOPPER fabric keeps the cold out
- Thermoflex fabric on the back of the thighs for extra stretch
- Large reflective inserts grabs the attention of motorists
- Full-length fit offers the coverage we both want and need
- Bibs keep everything in place while we ride
- Item #CSTZ7J7
- [face fabric] GORE-TEX INFINIUM WINDSTOPPER, [thigh panels] Thermoflex
- fall, winter, spring
- inserts on the front and back of the legs
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
- road cycling
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December 17, 2022
ride in the cold
- I've used it several times
5'8, 155# Generally size 10, mostly a medium, bought a Large. I opted for the large because I was concerned that the leg would not give, it was a thicker material. I could have, maybe, fit a medium, but, these fit okay. Sometimes a little room is easier to get on and off than a little tight (tight). I rode with these in freezing temperatures, once 30F and sunny they were perfectly warm and once 30F cloudy and windy still warm however, my back checks were a bit cold by the end of my ride. I live in Colorado, so these are typical early winter temps and these are worth it.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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