Coleman Valley Bib Short
Sewn here in North Carolina with high power compression fabric that provides compression, abrasion resistance, and wicking performance. Add moderate SPF protection, lightweight mesh straps and back help keep you cool, and a soft secure gripper hem, and you have your go-to cycling bib.
- Lightweight nylon compression fabric provides exceptional compression, wicking, durability, and breathability
- 30% spandex provides high power compression to support leg muscles
- UPF 50 sun protection
- Industry-leading Elastic Interface® 3D formed pad for all-day in-the-saddle comfort. Pad incorporates special ultra-high density perineal insert (an innovative structure featuring a multidirectional curvature that delivers perfect fit and great stability, and proper ischiatic support in saddle) and a special “encased” shaping in the top part of the chamois which allows for improved fit and greater privacy
- The hem elastic has a custom silicone gripper that keeps the hem or warmers in place
- Highly breathable and soft mesh upper and straps are fully edged and finished for maximal comfort
- Sewn in the USA (Old Fort, NC)
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These are the bomb if you want to destroy Zwift or crush your favorite long gravel ride.
I now own 4 pairs of these and will likely get more. Pretty happy with the fit and features (pockets). I was between sizes as I’m a 31 in most pants/shorts. I opted to go medium. Although size chart suggests I might be able to go small, I’m glad I didn’t.
Have 3 rides in these, 2 road and one mountain. Chamois is perfect, comfortable but not bulky, pockets are small but fit gel’s just fine. So far, they’re great.
Kitsbow definitely nailed, this one. I've ridden bibs now for years, but like how Kitsbow took premium level cut and fabric and added features to make it more mtb centric: 1) rear stash and side mini pockets. They aren't the first brand to do this, but I feel they are better thought out, particularly the small stash side pockets. 2) the bib part drops lower making them more open than a normal roadie bib, likely because mtb jerseys drop lower, requiring less high overlap I am a size 31 or 32 and went with a medium. Definitely happy with the size choice despite the fact a M comes up as a 32-33 on the chart.