Sugoi RS Zero bib tight  £100.00


Good mid-weight tights with extra knee protection to keep you spinning smoothly


by Mat Brett   January 12, 2010  

These are good mid-weight longs. The main fabric offers much more warmth than standard Lycra and, although it isn’t as insulating as a deep Thermo-roubaix, windproof knee panels keep the cold air out a treat without noticeably affecting breathability. There’s more windproofing – provided by a polyurethane laminate – at the front of the torso although, under a jersey or jacket, it’s less useful there. You might want more warmth for the really bitter days, but for most off-season conditions these will do the job.

Nearly all the seams are flat stitched to boost comfort and there are no seams at all behind the knees to rub you raw as you pedal – which is a massive plus. The bib section provides good coverage of your lower back while broad shoulder straps hold it in place comfortably and a front zip makes pit-stops less of an ordeal. Down below, wide foot straps ensure you don’t get draughty ankles and a small amount of reflective trim helps get you seen in car headlights.

Sugoi’s FormulaFX seatpad is a winner too. It’s contoured to provide the cushioning exactly where you need it without adding too much bulk and it’s impressively breathable too.


Good mid-weight tights with extra knee protection to keep you spinning smoothly test report

Make and model: Sugoi RS Zero bib tight

Size tested: L

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Did you enjoy using the product? Yes, they do a fuss-free job

Would you consider buying the product? Yes, they'd be on my shortlist

Would you recommend the product to a friend? Yes

Overall rating: 8/10

About the tester

Age: 36  Height: 184cm  Weight: 74kg

I usually ride:   My best bike is:

I've been riding for: Over 20 years  I ride: Most days  I would class myself as: Expert

I regularly do the following types of riding: time trialling, commuting, sportives, general fitness riding, mtb,

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Please tell me that's a Sugoi photo, else I'll be scarred for life.

posted by the-yorkshire-p... [180 posts]
12th January 2010 - 12:07


It's one of ours B)

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posted by Tony Farrelly [4201 posts]
16th January 2010 - 19:06