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Santini MYEgo GIT Pad Bib Tight AW17

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Product Description

MY EGO bib-tights. Made of Blizzard thermofleece with warm and elastic inserts in soft thermoregulating Thermodream fabric to ensure maximum protection from the cold. GIT chamois with Twist gel core for anti-shock protection even on long-distance rides.

Fit - Ergonomic design that provides warmth without restricting movement. Double layered cuffs at the ankle to prevent air infiltration.

Performance - Made of Blizzard Thermofleece to ensure maximum protection from the cold. Reflective tabs on the back of the calves for nighttime visibility.

Comfort - Unbeatable comfort thanks to a special ergonomic knee cut that allows greater freedom of movement without constraining. Fitted with a GIT chamois with a Twist Gel core; the silicone gel absorbs shocks constantly and gradually, and always returns to its initial shape, even after long hours in the saddle.

Durability - Carefully selected fabrics with excellent elastic memory. Designed to survive years of use and hundreds of washes. ISO-certified manufacturing techniques. 100% Italian-made.

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Santini Men's Clothing Size Guide

Use the Santini clothing size chart to find the best fit for you. 

METRIC (CM)

  Height Chest Waist Inseam (Shorts)*
S 172 - 176cm 92 - 96cm 78 - 82cm 21 - 22cm
M 175 - 179cm 96 - 100cm 82 - 86cm 22 - 23cm
L 178 - 182cm 100 - 104cm 86 - 90cm 23 - 24cm
XL 181 - 185cm 104 - 108cm 90 - 94cm 24 - 25cm
XXL 184 - 188cm 108 - 112cm 94 - 98cm 26 - 27cm
3XL 187 - 191cm 112 - 116cm 98 - 102cm 26 - 27cm
4XL 190 - 193cm 116 - 120cm 102 - 106cm 26 - 27cm

 

IMPERIAL (INCHES)

  Height Chest Waist Inseam (Shorts)*
S 67.7 - 69.3" 36.2 - 37.8" 30 - 32.2" 8.2 - 8.6"
M 68.9 - 70.4" 37.8 - 39.4" 32.2 - 33.8" 8.6 - 9"
L 70 - 71.7" 39.4 - 40.9" 33.8 - 35.4" 9 - 9.4"
XL 71.3 - 72.8" 40.9 - 42.5" 35.4 - 37" 9.4" - 9.8"
XXL 72.4 - 74" 42.5 - 44" 37 - 38.6" 10.2 - 10.6"
3XL 73.6 - 75.2" 44 - 45.7" 38.6 - 40" 10.2 - 10.6"
4XL 74.8 - 75.9" 45.7 - 47.2" 40 - 41.7" 10.2 - 10.6"

*Length of inseam measured on an unworn garment.

Please note, all size information is provided as a guide - if you're unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 ... we're happy to help!

Bib Tights Guide

 

Bib Tights Guide

A good pair of cycling bib tights should be a staple piece of kit in your wardrobe for enjoyable road cycling through Winter and colder months.

Whether you’re commuting, training or racing, keeping your legs insulated is essential for your comfort and performance in the saddle. You can get standard tights that stop at the waist, but we’re focusing on bib tights here.

The added shoulder straps help keep bib tights in place and are widely considered to be more comfortable. There’s no waist band to dig in as you ride, which can become a problem on longer rides. A higher cut waist offered by bib tights also helps to keep your core warm.


Types of Bib Tights

Spring – Autumn

For most of the year in the UK a pair of warm weather bib tights that offer light protection for use in double digit temperatures are ideal.

These bib tights are usually made from slimline materials, often Lycra (without the added bulk of brushed fleece inner you see on winter tights). Bibs offer more protection for your knees than cycling shorts do, but if you don’t fancy full length tights you could choose 3/4 bibs, also called knickers. These will keep your knees insulated.

Cyclist wearing bib tights, in the city, in spring

It’s always worth looking for water resistant, or splash proof fabrics like Endura’s DWR coating or Castelli’s NanoFlex to stop you getting damp and sapping your energy.

During the warmer summer months you can always choose a lightweight, thin pair of bib tights. However, bib shorts will be more breathable and cooling.


Winter

When the temperature drops into single digits, then a pair of thicker winter bib tights will be more beneficial. You can use fleece-lined pair of tights through all but the most extreme temperatures you’ll find in the UK.

Thicker fabrics with a brushed ‘Roubaix’ inner lining will help trap warm air between your skin and the fabric. This is essential for insulation when the mercury drops.

Cyclist wearing bib tights on a chilly winter day

Look for bibs with a higher cut up the torso and up the back to help keep your core warmer. Fabrics designed with wind protection such as Gore Windstopper will keep the wind chill from dampening your enjoyment.


Women’s Specific Tights

Unisex bib tights can cause discomfort around the chest area for female cyclists. You’ll find that women’s specific bib tights often have straps that cover a larger area to reduce this discomfort.

Women’s specific tights will usually have a higher cut on the chest to offer more insulation for your core.

Female cyclist wearing bib tights, riding through the city at night

Key Features

Bib Straps:

Bib straps will vary from brand to brand, with a range of styles and designs. Wide seamless straps offer the best comfort to avoid chaffing on your shoulders. A high cut panel on the core and up the back can act like an extra layer for the coldest rides.

Bib tights being worn under a breathable Sugoi jersey

For warmer weather mesh bibs can enhance breathability while brushed bibs can help trap body heat for extra insulation.


Fit:

Fit is by far the most important factor in comfort when it comes to bib tights. Tights are constructed from several panels that are stitched together. Premium tights will come with more panels and strategic stitching for a better fit.

Pre-shaped areas on bib tights make them more ergonomic

Pre-shaped areas (usually the knee) also improve fit when you’re on the bike while also reducing excess bulk when racing.


Pad:

Most bib tights will be fitted with a padded insert called a Chamois. This pad sits next to your skin and offers more comfort for your lower vitals, which is ideal on longer rides. Premium pads will utilise a multi-density construction for maximum comfort and ergonomics while you’re in the saddle.

Close-up of a Chamois pad found inside bib tights, these pads can make cycling far more comfortable

Weatherproof Fabrics:

It’s a good idea to get bib tights that are waterproof or splash proof to prevent you getting wet and cold. Most manufacturers will treat their tights with some form of water repellent membrane to help water bead up and run off.

Close-up of water beading up on waterproof bib tights

Windproof tights use front facing panels to help keep the wind chill out. Some manufacturers will also use multiple layers of fabric to shield your skin from the elements.


Reflectivity:

If you’re planning on cycling to work or fitness training in the evening, then added reflective elements are a bonus. More brands are offering tights with reflective panels for low light conditions. Look for logos, stripes and graphics positioned on the thighs and around the ankles for maximum visibility.

Two cyclists riding through the city with high vis jackets and bib tights with reflective panels

Delivery & Guarantee

UK Delivery Information

We are committed to offering fast and free delivery, whether you're ordering bikes, accessories or clothing. Our standard delivery service is FREE to mainland UK, regardless of the size and on all orders over £20.

Please note that bulky products and bikes shipped to outlying UK regions are excluded from free shipping.

Please note that Pre-Order dates can sometimes change due to updated stock information.

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Returns & Warranty

It's easy to return a product with our 365 day, hassle free returns.

We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.