Well-designed and very comfortable bib-tights, ideal for cold-weather riding. Excellent quality and a bargain price too.
Expensive but well made, comfortable and versatile women's tights
Cracking performance and fit, but we found problems with durability.
Pricey but good quality, versatile 3/4 tights. The pad takes some bedding in each ride, but it's worth the effort
Water-repellent tights in an excellent cut; hard to fault, especially considering the price
Make start line shivers and leg warmer fumbles a thing of the past at cross races… and get that pro look too
A really solid offering from Louis Garneau which should keep you pedalling throughout the winter
Highly water-resistant bibs with windproof panels for warmth and an excellent seatpad; expensive, but they justify the price tag
Super Roubaix bibs that are warm enough for most off-season conditions, with a decent seat pad to keep you comfy
Good off-season legwear that keeps the wind (and rain) off your pins
Great fitting tights lightweight winter bibs at first but all too soon went saggy
A great pair of bargain winter bib tights
High-quality tights with windproof panels to keep you comfortable on cold winter rides
Top-quality bib tights with tons of comfort. Pricey, but the seat pad is a bit special
Overall, these are well-made top-quality tights, providing excellent protection against bad weather. Try before you buy to ensure the fit around the lower leg and ankle is correct for your needs
A no-frills no-nonsense pair of tights, ideal for winter riding, at a fair price
Excellent warm comfortable leg-wear, perfect for winter riding, at a great price.
High quality, comfortable female specific bibs, pricy but worth it
Not bad, and well made, but performance doesn't justify the price tag
Versatile winter tights for younger riders