Mrs H wrote:I bought Body Science kit when down in Geelong watching the racing.
I love it. The knicks are super comfy. They are black with pink stitching, which matches the jersey. The jersey is pretty plain, which I also like http://www.bsccompression.com.au/bsc-cycling-c-675.html.
It also matches my pink socks .
I have worn them on reasonable length rides, and am planning on using them as my long distance knicks.
wordnerd wrote:odd question time...
how do you tell if bib shorts fit properly? i just got a pair of sugio ones and i'm not sure if i should send them back for a smaller size. i got a large even though i've got a medium in the shorts. the bib shorts feel okay on but not sensational. i'm getting a bit of movement in the back and can shift the straps around quite a lot.
so, how are bib shorts supposed to feel once you've got them on?
kaos_jo wrote:i think womens kit is like womens bikes, some need the unique size/shape, but in actually fact the many don't. I wear sugoi kit, which is a mens cut. I also have a womens pair of sugoi nix, same cost bracket, and find that the mens has a much better chamois in it, much more padding, and with less varying levels of padding (which causes less irritation). I have a pair of black nix (which happen to be the womens sugoi) and think that they are much LESS flattering than my other pairs with a bit of colour to break up the canvas... so to speak. Just my opinion.
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