Supergiara Bib Tight
There are some indisputable benefits to gravel riding, but proximity to amenities is not one of them. The solution is often tossing bags on every possible mount on your steed, adding in space to bring along all of your essentials, and then some, but with the Supergiara Tights on your side you'll find a little extra pocket space for packing in gear. The Supergiara feature a tailored fit with several different panels that wrap your muscles supportively for a nearly painted-on feel. Thermal stretch fabric at the bottom of the calf partners with double-thick fabric at the knee to keep you toasty when you adventure on chilly temps. Mesh bibs on top keep breathability a priority so you can stay dry when you break a sweat.
- Gravel-minded tights that offer extra storage
- Additional pocket provides more room for essentials
- Double-thick fabric at knee insulates joints, traps in warmth
- Stretch thermal fabric at bottom of calf keeps ankles toasty
- Lighter fabric at back allows for skin to breathe and cool down
- Mesh bib straps usher perspiration away so you stay dry
- DMS seat pad is tailored to long hours or jarring gravel roads
- Item #STF00BA
- thermal synthetic
- fall, winter
- DMS gravel seat pad
- flexible bib straps
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
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March 8, 2022
Awesome bib tights!
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
- 5' 11"
For me, these tick all the boxes. Sportful makes some awesome kit and these bibs are no exception. They are extremely comfortable, very warm, very wind-resistant, and unlike a lot of other thick winter tights, they don't feel very restricting. 23mm is really thick for a chamois and I was a bit skeptical when purchasing, thinking that would feel like sitting on a pillow, but like the rest of the construction of these bibs, the chamois feels just right. I'll take extra comfort and insulation on the butt for long winter rides! The straps feel like they're not even there, the zippers that run from the ankle halfway up the calf make them very easy to put on, and the reflective bits are the finishing touch that makes these the perfect winter bib tight. As for a temperature rating...everyone runs different, but for me, I'd wear these in temperatures down to the teens and maybe single digits (although at that point I'd probably opt for the trainer anyway), and I wouldn't feel too hot until it reached the 40s (F).
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