I had purchased and really loved a previous pair of ProCorsa bibs. Those were no longer sold and they worn through enough to show my rear, so they got retired.
Bought the same size in these bibs, and they are tighter and shorter (which tends to happen to me). But, the pad feels good and generally no complaints while on the bike -- but, wouldn't buy again.
For reference: I bought the Large and I am 6'3" and 195.
These are really well made. The are really comfortable. But most important is the padding. It really creates a comfortable ride. This padding blows away all the other shorts I have. Thirty to fifty mile rides are more comfortable then ever.
I have about 500 miles on these bibs. Good quality, light, summer weight. My longest ride in them so far was just under 50 miles. After the initial ride, the thin pad proved comfortable and donï¿½t have the wet diaper feel. On sizing, Iï¿½m at the upper end of medium and the these are tight. Probably too tight. I would absolutely buy another pair but would go with a large.
These bibshorts are one of the best I have bought and used. Their very comfortable long rides. I loved them so much that I got myself and another pair. You won't regret it buying the ProCorsa Men's McKenzie Summit Bibshorts.
I bought the previous version with the shorter legs and these are certainly better. The legs are still shorter than other brands but they are long enough for me, there are no silicone grippers which seems odd but they haven't crept up during rides so not a big deal. The material is quite thick with good compression and the shoulder straps are comfortable, the chamois is more dense and possibly a bit thinner than before so no complaints there.
These are actually pretty close to the lower-end PI bibs in material quality and performance, if I had paid full price I might have been slightly disappointed but thankfully BTD has them on sale quite often.
The ProCorsa Men's McKenzie Summit Bibshort has become my favorite. I average about a hundred and fifty miles a week. The four-way stretch material hugs the contours of my body. The fit is snug without feeling tight. They keep my private parts securely in place. Never have I felt any discomfort down there. The chamois is firm, not squishy providing better support. The shoulder straps are wide so as not to dig into your shoulders. The workmanship and material appear to be of the highest quality.
Was interested to find out if the quality, value and suitability coincided with the hype and sales blurb. This pair (?) of bib shorts is up to the task so far. As a new brand to me the attire sizing was all ether, as seems the case with any manufacturer kit, and had to return the first delivery - size medium - which I selected after considering the sizing chart. Once that was sorted am quite happy with the fit and apparent quality. The suspenders strap material and width is equal to more expensive bibs. Comfortable chamois though haven't put a big ride on yet. Decent thigh compression. Hope they continue to perform as well into the future. 6'-1" and 170 lb.
Snagged these as a daily deal so the price was right. Otherwise they are costly. These bib-shorts are extremely comfortable even on long rides. They fit well, are not binding in anyway. My only wish is for a some reflective elements to aide visibility.
I'm have a high rise need for fitting my hips and and crotch depth. I have trouble finding Bib shorts that provide padding high enough to cover my sit bones. These bib shorts I purchased are excellent materials and comfort fit, feel like silk. But the padding does not go up high enough in back to cover my sit bones because I have a deep crotch. Consequently the padding in front is too much and causes chafing. Do you make a riding bib shorts with high back padding? Thanks
Have worn these several times now for 3 hour rides in the foothills. Very comfortable with moderate compression of your legs although I'm not a fan of the very wide, stiff shoulder straps.
They seem to be standing up to washing well (handwash cycle). I'm used to riding Castelli and LG but these are good enough that I got an extra pair since BTD had them at a good price.