Paisley plain bib tights M


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This bibtight is suggested for a use from 0° to 6° since it protects the areas which are most exposed to the wind thanks to the frontal protective panels that allow to go out for training also in a cold or very cold climate.
Multi-panel construction where all the panels are placed according to the different front areas of the legs and knees which have a higher need in terms of thermal insulation, but with the maximum freedom of movement for all the areas which are less exposed to the wind and more involved while pedaling. The bibs are higher and more embracing on the front and back in order to increase the protection level both on the abdominal and lumbar areas.
New for 2016: the new DOUBLE ERGO shammy, has a Bi-component surface in the front and lateral parts in the groin. The high density 120 kg foam covers the contact point on the saddle (perineal and ischiatic) but it reduced in the remaining parts to guarantee the minimum bulk.

Made by ALE / Designed by PSYCLIST


  • PRR ergonomic fitting
  • “Free system bib” for the right support without constriction
  • Embossed fabric in the crotch area for maximum abrasion resistance
  • Lg Stability System” at bottom hem to keep the bibshort in place
  • Long reflective piping in the back part of the legs for visibility


Sizes XS / 1°
S / 2°
M / 3°
L / 4°
XL / 5°
2XL / 6°
3XL / 7°
A Height 150/159 160/169 170/179 180/185 186/190 191/195
B Chest 88 92 96 100 105 110 115
C Waist 76 80 84 88 93 98 103
D Hips 92 96 100 104 109 114 119
E Leg to ankle 70 72 74 76 78 80 82
Weight <60 <70 <75 <80 <85 <90 <90


Wash in cold water.
Cool iron.
Do not dry clean.
Do not leave the garment soaking.
Use neutral detergents.
The pilling effect caused by zippers.
Velcro straps or embroidered saddles is not to be considered a defect of the fabric.

Do not let your mama do your laundry


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