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Editors’ Choice: Bib Shorts

We evaluated bib shorts that cost less $160 or less. Here are our six favorites.
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Giordana Silverline

Like other Giordana bibs we’ve tested—and loved—the new Silverline model is made of a thicker material that offers a structured, supportive feel while somehow still keeping you cool and fitting so naturally across your thighs, butt, and lower back that you might forget you’re wearing them. The thin chamois has antibacterial properties to ward off saddle sores. The pad is also well positioned and very comfortable. The leg grippers keep the bottom of the shorts in place without squeezing your thighs, the back panel is well ventilated, and the straps sat lightly on our shoulders and chest.

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL
Info: giordanausa.com

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Are all these bib shorts are designed to fit men? I assume so since there's no mention one way or the other. I know there are women who wear bike clothes cut for men and like the fit, but most women fit better in clothing designed for women. That's why the clothing manufacturers offer women's cuts in the first place. When your clothing write ups don't state a gender when it's a men's cut, but indicate when it's a women's cut, it sends the message that by default cyclist = man. Do you realize that this can lead women to believe that your magazine (and perhaps the sport) is primarily for men, not them?