Sewed up my biblongs the other day...

BentMikey

Rider of Seolferwulf
Location
South London
Both pairs had holes on one knee from stacking in my skates last winter. I figured with all this cold weather about it was time to sort this!


One pair is a set of Endura thermastat, and they are extremely warm, I can pretty much only use them at 5 degrees celcius and below. Anyone got any recommendations for a medium warmth set of biblongs, preferably Endura? The Endura 3/4 biblongs I have are too much to the other extreme and are not warm enough.
 
Personally I'm not a fan of Endura products, Pearl Izumi fit me fantastically and I find thier pads to be much more comfortable.

Until it gets reeeeeeeeeeeally cold I prefer my normal bib-shorts with Nike leg warmers and a cocksock if its very nippy.

Your post reminds me I need to get a new pair of bib-longs... cycling, the most expensive habit of them all!
 
Pretty much does exactly what it says!

I bought it in the Nike store in NYC two years ago, supposed to be for runners who don't fancy the draft coming up their tiny shorts. I find it works fine on the bike, keeps the boys a nice temperature, and has the added advantage that its very thin material (no idea what) so it doesn't make it look like you've got a cucumber shoved down your shorts :blush:
 

gbb

Legendary Member
Location
Peterborough
Jacomus-rides-Gen said:
Pretty much does exactly what it says!

I bought it in the Nike store in NYC two years ago, supposed to be for runners who don't fancy the draft coming up their tiny shorts. I find it works fine on the bike, keeps the boys a nice temperature, and has the added advantage that its very thin material (no idea what) so it doesn't make it look like you've got a cucumber shoved down your shorts :biggrin:

Awwww, but i wanna look like i've got a cucumber stuffed down my shorts...bugger, stuffed again :rolleyes::biggrin::biggrin:
 
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