dhb Ladies Pace Roubaix Padded Bib Tight
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- 85% Polyamide(Nylon)
- 15% Elastane(Spandex)
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Top Features of the dhb Ladies Pace Roubaix Padded Bib Tight
These Roubaix Bib Tights are your winter saviours providing warmth, and most importantly the comfort level afforded by the new women's specific Tour chamois.
- 245g Premium Italian Super Roubaix Fabric (Cold weather)
- Windslam knee panels kill wind chill factor
- Teflon coating for water resistantce
- Anatomical patterning to fit your body
- Soft elastic binding for comfort
- Premium CyTech Elastic Interface Tour pad
- Elasticated silicone ankle grip
- YKK ankle zips with reflective tab
- Reflective dhb print rear
- Red dhb icon front
The Roubaix version of the Pace bib tights provides the next level in warmth, and most importantly the comfort level afforded by the new Tour chamois. For some riders this will be their all winter tight as the long hours notching up the base miles will be a whole lot easier thanks to them. The cut and panelling is more ergonometric and allows the rider to attain a lower position on the bike as the freedom of movement has increased. With this Roubaix fabric having 15% elastane the weave of the fabric is a little tighter so allowing more natural wind protection without the use of a membrane. A mesh back allows for quicker moisture management while also making the tight a little cooler on changeable days.
Offering a womens specific chamois pad means that the comfort is there for the enthusiast Lady rider. The Tour Chamois is built around a female anatomy and is no ‘shrink it and pink it’ affair.
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About Cycling Tights
Winter cycling tights, also known as 'longs' are the best way to keep your leg muscles warm when the weather turns cold. Fleecy backed fabrics are comfortable next to your skin and help retain warmth, even when they're wet. Look for double-layer knees to keep your joints protected. Calf-length tights, also known as 'knickers' are great for days when it's not too cold but you want to keep your knees warm.
About the dhb brand
The dhb brand was first born in Hampshire, England. The founders – d, h and b decided they didn’t want to just sell bicycle gear but they also wanted to be involved with every aspect of it’s design and development. Five years later, with international expansion all products are still ridden extensively by the in-house R&D team in the local South Downs region. Getting out and riding is the core philosophy of the dhb brand. We want people to be outside riding doing what they love most. The dhb range of cycling apparel and accessories aims to engage all levels of rider - from novice, to triathlete and competitive sportive rider. We have worked with skilled technicians and factories across the globe to bring ‘our’ kit to ‘you’ - the enthusiast. dhb has experienced phenomenal success in the United Kingdom, and over the past years our reach has extended through Europe to fellow riders in Japan and Australia. The new branding for dhb is a turning point marking our increasing energy for our brand. With more cyclists spinning their wheels every day, dhb will continue to provide kit that offers technical, elegant solutions, with longevity for your best rides.
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Magazine reviews for dhb Ladies Pace Roubaix Padded Bib Tight
Review from road.cc
dhb's cycling leg-wear range gives you an impressive list of options - long tights, tights or shorts, with or without bibs, with or without pads, in two fabric weights, male or female cuts - I've been testing the ladies version of the dhb Pace Roubaix Bib Tight with pad (there's a men's version too), and overall I must say I'm impressed. I've used several different brands of cycling tights over the years, and these are among the best I've ever worn.
The Pace Roubaix is aimed at cold weather cycling and made from thicker fabric (245g/m2 - compared to the thinner 190g/m2 on the Pace version), with a nice fleecy feel on the inside. These tights have enjoyed several outings over the past couple of months - including an audax in January when there was ice on the roads with air temp was below freezing - and they've always kept me toasty. The stretchy fabric means the fit is tight with no bagginess anywhere, but not too tight to be restrictive.
Around the waist and lower torso is kept warm too, thanks to the bib, which is quite high at front and back, and made mostly from the same fabric as the rest of the tights, with just a bit of netting at the sides and across the top of the spine (whereas the bibs on dhb Pace tights are made almost wholly from netting). This high bib effectively provides another mid-layer, which was fine on the really cold days, but I found it a bit too warm on the slightly less Arctic occasions. That's not a criticism, just a case of realising the possible need to adjust other clothing accordingly. You can avoid this dilemma by choosing the non-bib version - it's certainly easier when it comes to loo stops, although that of course is more of a girl thing.
So the fabric is cosy and cut is perfect, but what's it like to sit on? Cycling leg-wear can have all the fancy features you like, but if it isn't comfortable in the necessary places, then it's useless. No worries here either. The Pace Roubaix tights come with a female specific pad - the Cytech Tour - and it's simply brilliant. It's thicker than the pad in the Pace tights, and feels quite large at first, but it's stretchy, and provides just the right amount of protection, without anything extra unrequired, and no chafing from the seams.
I usually wear cycling tights without a pad, with padded shorts underneath, but having just the one garment is equally comfortable - maybe more so as there's one less layer of fabric between backside and saddle. Another advantage: tights with no shorts underneath give a much more streamlined profile, with no 'panty-line' around the thighs. But maybe that's just another girl thing.
Moving down to the ankles, the tights have silicon grippers rather than loops that goes under the instep. There are zips are at the back of the tight rather than the side, and I found the zipper sometimes touched the top of the heel of my winter cycling shoe. This is a minor quibble, although the tights are designed for winter riding, and it's easy enough to hitch them up a couple of millimetres round the ankle so the zip is clear of the shoes. And admittedly, my winter shoes have a slightly higher heel, so this won't be an issue for everyone.
Finishing touches include reflective tabs on the back of the leg at the top of the zip, and a nice little cover over the top of the zip on the bib so it doesn't rub on the chest area.
The tights are available in black only, in sizes 8 to 16. The version we tested cost £49.99 from Wiggle - excellent value for the performance they provide. Without a bib they cost £2 less.
Excellent warm comfortable leg-wear, perfect for winter riding, at a great price.
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