Jeff B.wrote a review of SUGOi Evolution MidZero Bib Tight - Men's on November 3, 2017
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I bought these mostly because of price and appearance and, in part, based on the previous review. If I hadn't already removed the tags, I'd probably want to return these after the first use. My criticisms are as follows:
1. Sizing: These are sized small. I wear 32 waist jeans. My hips measure 40" and my waist just under 34. I sized up to a Large, knowing that the sizing on these runs smaller than other brands (I wear a Medium in LG and some PI). These fit me in a size large, but they're definitely SNUG. Glad I lost weight recently.
2. Stitching: I had two seams unraveling after just one ride. After having popped stitches a couple of times in the past by pulling on garments too quickly, I'm 98% certain that I didn't do that this go round...yet I had two threads raveling after a 4 mile ride.
3. Tight ankles: These don't have any zippers at the ankles, which makes them a bit of a pain to get off and on.
4. Insulation: There isn't any...or barely any. I wore these in mid- to upper-40F temperatures. My legs were cold when I started my ride and just as cold when I finished.
In short, my opinion of these bibs is exactly the opposite of the previous review. I guess I'll keep them in my stable...to fit somewhere between my 3/4 length Rivelo Bibs and the TRULY insulated Louis Garneau Providence Bibs that I bought as a comparison to these (however, truthfully, I think my 3/4 bibs are WARMER) than these Sugoi Full-length.
Only good things I can say about these is that the chamois appears to be high quality (time will tell), they look good on a fit figure, and they have decent reflective elements.