October 25, 2016
by The Editors of Bicycling
For superb comfort on long rides, I want a kit that fits well, breathes on hot days, and has a chamois comfy enough to stand up to hours of pedaling. Lately, I reach for the Pactimo Ascent Air 2.0 bibs and jersey.
This kit is part of the brand's mid-range "Pro" fit. It's slim, but not constricting-the same benchmark that I hold my comfiest tees to. The sleeves are on the long side, and the collar is high, too-I felt very covered-up when I wore it (which isn't a bad thing, especially on sunny days)....
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