Overtake The Competition
Sorpasso means "overtaking" in Italian, which is exactly what Castelli imagined when they created the Sorpasso RoS Bibtight. It's made to ride in the widest range of winter conditions but just a bit faster, better, and more comfortable than any other.
The body utilizes Nano Flex 3G fabric, which utilizes water-repellant nanotechnology fabric treatment without affecting breathability or stretch. The result is a compressive fit that moves with you, focusing on warmth and comfort. A few panels of Nano Flex Xtra Dry fabric provide a bit more wind protection and warmth in the front panel and over the thighs, and in the back for extra protection from road spray.
It's not only about the fabrics — anatomical patterning and seamless bib straps promote comfort and support. The generously padded Progetto X² Air Seamless seat pad makes long rides more comfortable, and you have multiple reflective panels to keep you visible.
- Water-repellant Nano Flex 3G fabric has stretchy and soft compression
- Nano Flex Xtra Dry fabric panel for extra warmth road spray protection
- Anatomic cut to hips and knee
- Reflective inserts for maximum visibility from behind
- Lie-flat elastic bib straps
- YKK® Camlock® zippers at ankles
- Progetto X² Air Seamless pad for long hours in the saddle
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Leg Type: Full Length
Style Type: Bibtights
Black - Small
Mfg PartNum: M20522010-2
Black - Medium
Mfg PartNum: M20522010-3
Black - Large
Mfg PartNum: M20522010-4
Black - X-Large
Mfg PartNum: M20522010-5
Black - 2X-Large
Mfg PartNum: M20522010-6
Rover Green - Medium
Mfg PartNum: M20522303-3
Rover Green - Large
Mfg PartNum: M20522303-4
Rover Green - X-Large
Mfg PartNum: M20522303-5
Rover Green - 2X-Large
Mfg PartNum: M20522303-6
Belgian Blue - Medium
Mfg PartNum: M20522424-3
Belgian Blue - Large
Mfg PartNum: M20522424-4
Belgian Blue - X-Large
Mfg PartNum: M20522424-5
Belgian Blue - 2X-Large
Mfg PartNum: M20522424-6
I've only been able to wear these a few times but these are the best and most comfortable bibs I've ever owned. I had one ride in the rain when it was about 50 degrees and stayed warm and dry for the whole 90 minutes. The chamois is phenomenal as expected.
Caught these on a sale with a nice deal; I'm 72.5" tall, 32 waist, 40-42 shoulders, 32 inseam, 183 lbs. XL was way too tight, not enough room in legs or really anywhere else. (And BTD made the return/reorder super easy.) 2XL is a good fit for me. Freedom of movement without constraint is a hallmark of these bibs. Wondered about them not being real warm but they are pretty solid 3-season kit. I've worn down to the high 30sF and up to 50sF and they are warm enough in high 30s once I get rolling. (For low 30s or less, I'll break out the PI Elite winter bibs.) Also notable: suspenders are not stifling, and I am fairly long-waisted. Love the reflectivity on these Castellis, I don't know why every brand does not feature large strips on the back of your moving calves. Only neg is chamois butt'r will bleed through crotch (these are a tad tight there, my only fit gripe) if you have too much on I guess...but one can never have too much butt'r on! Recommended.
Typical Castelli quality and fit Iï¿½ve grown very attached to. I have 2 sets of their bibs (rated 49-59 degrees) that I wear comfortably down to 43-45 degrees. The additional water repellent and wind resistance of these have given me a few more degrees of comfort. The pad is perfect for me, preferring the medium-firm feel. The fit is snug and helps prevent bunching in all the areas you never want on a long road or gravel ride. Pricey(?), but the quality, fit, and comfort make them a good value.
Iï¿½m 6ï¿½2ï¿½, 196 lbs, and wear an XL.
Castelli jackets and bib tights just work for me. These bib tights are extremelly warm and comfortable. With that being said I am 5'7" and weigh 150 lbs. So I wear a medium and they fit perfect. As all riders know, clothing is completely subjective, so take it for what it's worth. But I give these tights a big thumbs up.
I've been riding in this cold Oregon Winter and one of the things I love about these are the zippers around the ankles. I have a pair of Gore bib tights that I really like, but without those ankle zippers they are a pain to get off and on. The price was exceptional and these are very comfortable and keep me warm. I don't ride much below 40 F, just for reference.
These bibshorts have classic Castelli race fit, which means "not baggy." I'm 6' 2" 185 lbs and the XL size fits to a t. These are good down to about 45 degrees. But in colder temperatures, don't have sufficient heft to keep me warm.