zoned fabric placements for maximum protection
Stretchy and soft Storm+ thermal fleece in the hip and knee flex-points, paired with a 3-layer waterproof fabric in areas which require more coverage (low-back and wet-out areas surrounding the chamois), ensures maximum mobility and wet weather protection.
Bibs with our proprietary Clip&Pit Technology make pit stops easy!
Just unclip the chest strap and the stretchy construction of the uppers and waist girdle allow you to easily pull the bib down as you bend into the natural position for relieving yourself.
- ride fabric
- Spring rides
These bibs are the epitome of comfort and function. The material is beautifully stretchy, and the brushed interior a delight. These are my go-to cold weather bibs. A must have for your arsenal!
I’d been wanting a thermal knicker for a long time so I jumped on this purchase. They are perfect for our cold windy spring rides in the 40s and 50s. Extra bonus is not having to peel off multiple cold weather upper layers to take a ***. Much appreciated when squatting in a cornfield on a cold windy day!
I am a huge fan of Pactimo quality, but have had several sizing issues resulting in a disappointing experience. I recently had to give away aprox $300 worth of custom product because it was so tight I could hardly zip and the waistline was uncomfortably tight. I upsized the purchase of these tights and was disappointed that they are still unexpectedly small.
First ride fabric felt bit stiff, but soon softened and molded for a very comfy fit with some nice compression. But what I love about my new cold weather bib tights the most is the terrific chamois they put in. Best fitting, most comfortable EVER!! And I have tried many, and have paid more for others.
Excellent quality. The fabric is super warm and comfortable. Im 5’3’ and was hoping the 3/4 length would be long enough to wear full length (almost!) The main problem was the bib portion. Since it was a pull down design (for restroom stops) the bib straps and waist fabric were super stretchy and rather loose… for me that kinda defeats the purpose of wearing bibs. I would purchase the Storm as just tights.