This dhb Pace Roubaix Padded 3/4 Bib Tight is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
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These Roubaix 3/4 Bib Tights are your winter saviors and will keep your warm and comfortable whatever the weather.
3/4 Bib Tights bridge the seasonal gaps that cycling crosses. The extra coverage means that the sensitive knee joint is protected from the temperature and any added wind chill that may be present. They have been cut a specific way so as to prevent them from riding up on the upstroke while pedalling so causing less chaffing.The Miti Roubaix fabric in these 3/4 bibs provides the next level up in warmth from the regular Pace model, and most importantly the comfort level afforded by the new Giro elastic chamois. Every cyclist should have a pair in their wardrobe as they help on those Autumn/early Winter days when you don't quite know what to wear. The mesh back aids ventilation.
Pace has been replaced by the new Vaeon range for 2012.
Vaeon – for Autumn weather.
Vaeon Roubaix - for general Winter weather.
Vaeon Reflex - for general Winter weather and low light conditions
Vaeon Zero - for coldest weather.
For the updated version of this product, check out the dhb Vaeon Roubaix Padded 3/4 Bib Tight
|Size Guide For Men's Clothing|
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.
dhb is a technical sports apparel brand, founded in Hampshire, UK, in 2004. We are passionate about the exhilaration of being outside and enjoying sport. Our cycling and running collections are designed for all levels of participant - from novice to professional. We believe ‘there’s no such thing as bad weather’, which is why we aim to provide a wide range of products from a 2.5 layer waterproof jacket to a 90g racing jersey, to keep you outside, doing what you love, all year round.
At dhb, our in-house design & development team in London work with global partners who are experts in manufacturing, materials and technology to deliver the highest quality products. We strive to create stylish and durable apparel that allows our users to forget about gear and focus on their sport.
We are proud to support our sportsmen and women across the world. dhb sponsorships include:
- Official Cycle Clothing supplier for Prudential RideLondon
- Official Team Kit and Clothing supplier to the Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling team
- Nettie Edmondson (Track Cycling World Champion) Omnium & Team Pursuit
- Peta Mullens (2015 National Road Race Champion - Australia)
dhb are proud to have won Clothing Brand of the Year at the Total Women’s Cycling Awards 2015, voted for by their fans.
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|A. Chest||cm||86.4 - 91.4cm||91.5 - 96.5cm||96.5 - 101.6cm||104.1 - 109.2cm||111.8 - 116.8cm||119.4 - 124.5cm|
|B. Waist||cm||68.6 - 73.7cm||76.2 - 81.3cm||83.8 - 88.9cm||91.4 - 96.5cm||99.1 - 104.1cm||106.7 - 111.8cm|
|C. Height||cm||150 - 159cm||160 - 169cm||170 - 179cm||180 - 185cm||186 - 190cm||191 - 195cm|
|X Small||Small||Medium||Large||Extra Large||Extra Extra Large|
|A. Chest||inches||34″ - 36″||36″ - 38″||38″ - 40″||41″ - 43″||44″ - 46″||47″ - 49″|
|B. Waist||inches||27″ - 29″||30″ - 32″||33″ - 35″||36″ - 38″||39″ - 41″||42″ - 44″|
|C. Height||ft||4′ 11″ - 5′ 21⁄2″||5′ 3″ - 5′ 61⁄2″||5′ 7″ - 5′ 101⁄2″||5′ 11″ - 6′ 1″||6′ 1″ - 6′ 3″||6′ 3″ - 6′ 5″|
dhb Form Fit
dhb form fit garments are cut for a tight fit that fully contours with body in the cycling position. Constructed from high quality lightweight stretch fabrics, form fit garments offer a light compression effect and each ensure panel is in direct contact with the skin for efficient moisture transfer and excellent aerodynamics. Ideal for racing cyclists with slim, athletic builds.
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Three-quarter tights are perfect for autumn and spring when you want your knees covered but not the whole of your legs, and the new range from dhb has a couple of options worth considering.
The dhb three-quarter tights are available in two versions: the Pace model is made with lighter fabric (190g/m2), while the Pace Roubaix is made with slightly heavier material (235g/m2). Both versions are available with an insert pad (male or female) or no pad at all (you'll need to wear a pair of shorts or a short-liner underneath).
I tested a pair of Pace Roubaix three-quarter tights with pad. From the very start a little test-spin on the rollers they were comfortable. To give a good anatomical fit there are 'bends' in the tights to align with your torso and knees when sitting on the bike, so they're constructed from a surprising number of separate panels including some unusual diamond panels on the upper leg. This means lots of seams, but the fit was snug all round without being over-tight, and none of the seams chaffed.
Next, a 30-mile training jaunt to make sure the pad was comfortable when riding the bike on the road. It was. It's a high level option from the Cytec range and it provides good cushioning without being too bulky. So I wore the tights on my last big ride of the year, the Severn Bridge Sportive, a beautiful 100-mile circuit through the falling leaves of the South Cotswolds and Forest of Dean. The day started chilly, but was warm by mid-morning, and even a bit hot by about 1pm, and the tights were perfect. Totally comfortable throughout the ride, they kept me warm enough on the descents without getting over-sweaty on the uphill bits.
Adding to the comfort, the main fabric of the tights is brushed on the inside to give a slight 'fleecy' feel, while the straps and back of the bib are made from a mesh to allow a bit of breathing. The front of the bib is quite high, but it didn't crease or ruck when riding on the drops.
To make the tights easier to put on, and for male pee stops, there's a YKK zip at the front. Other features include silicon grippers to stop the tights riding up your legs, and a little orange Cytec tab in the seam at the back. Also on the rear-end is the dhb wording and logo in reflective white, and there's a little logo in red on the right leg too.
I'll use these tights into early winter on any day there's a hint of warmth in the air, then I'll probably put them away until March. I prefer three-quarters unless it's really cold, and often prefer them when it's raining as the bottom of full-length tights can sometimes get baggy when wet, whereas water just falls off bare shins especially if you rub in a bit of Vaseline before setting off. No? Oh, just me then.
All the dhb Pace and Pace Roubaix legwear products are available in black only. The lighter fabric Pace model is £36, and the versions without pads are a few quid less again.
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