The windproof and water-resistant bib tight for cold-weather riding.
As the cold-weather months begin approaching, it may be difficult to find the best layers to protect you from the chilling winds and light showers that autumn and winter is known for. Instead of struggling through the cooler seasons on your own, take a tip from the pros and add the PEARL iZUMi Men's AmFIB Lite Bib Tight to your wardrobe for indescribable rides in undesirable conditions time and time again.
An ingenious design utilizes a generous helping of AmFIB® softshell fabric through 3/4 of the front, from the waist to just below the knees, for protection from the elements where you need it most. Added thermal fleece provides insulation through the rest of the tight for an insanely comfortable ride. A finishing touch of PI Dry® water-shedding technology makes this cycling bibtight suitable for days that range from damp to full out raining. Featuring raw-edge bub straps for minimized friction, while included BioViz® reflective elements on the hips and calves keep you visible even in low-light conditions. The bulk-reducing design eliminated those unnecessary ankle zippers for heightened durability as well as dropping the chamois so you can pull this tight over your favorite shorts to enjoy just about any cold weather activity.
When protection from the wind and elements is more necessary than just helpful, turn to the tight trusted by the pros. With the PEARL iZUMi Men's AmFIB Lite Bib Tight get water-resistant warmth that blocks wind with ease thanks to an incredible design. Learn to love the cooler months with thanks to the technology that keeps you safe from the elements so you can enjoy your rides all season long.
Ultra-soft AmFIB® softshell fabric with membrane protects from wind and water
Made with recycled material
Thermal fleece fabric on the back and lower legs for pedaling comfort and thermal regulation
Eliminated zippers at the ankles for improved fit and comfort
PI Dry® technology for permanent water-shedding performance
BioViz® reflective elements for low-light visibility
Unbelievable windproof and water-resistant technology in one warmth-promoting package
Main Body composed of 89% recycled polyester and 11% elastane
Bib composed of 75% nylon and 25% elastane
Front and Back Panel composed of 56% nylon, 30% polyester, and 14% Lycra® elastane
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Good water resistance and comfortable in temps above freezing
I bought both the AmFib and AmFib lite tights so I'm repeating the same review here that I wrote for the AmFib (non-lite) version:
I have an older pair of PI Amfib tights that have held up pretty well so this winter I bought a pair of the AmFib and the AmFib light bib tights from BTD. The new ones have excellent water resistance but the legs seem to be shorter and that is made even worse due to a design change. The older ones have a stirrup at the bottom so the tights would stay in place while pedaling and have a heavy cuff that can be pulled over to outside of my winter shoes. That is great for keeping water out of the shoes. If these had that feature they'd be 5 stars.
I have a 34" inseam and these just barely work for me. I can start a ride with the bottom of the legs tucked inside my shoes but after riding for a while the tights will work their way up to around the top of the cuff of the shoe. So if I'm riding in rain or slush I use my older pair which will keep water out of my shoes. The AmFib light tights are a little better as the legs are a bit stretchier so they don't seem to move up as much during a ride. Considering that one of the features of the AmFib tights is their water resistance I hope PI will bring back the stirrup design.
I use the AmFib tights in temps from mid 30s (F) and down, and the AmFib light tights from mid 30s to mid 40s. I also plan to use the light tights in slightly warmer temps when riding in the rain.
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