Pearl Izumi Men’s Pro Leader Bib Shorts, Black/Black, Medium

April 29, 2015 - Comment

The P.R.O. Leader Bib Short utilizes our In-R-Cool technology plus our P.R.O. Seamless 4D Chamois to create the most technically advanced bib short in our line.

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(as of April 19, 2020 4:40 pm EDT - Details)

The P.R.O. Leader Bib Short utilizes our In-R-Cool technology plus our P.R.O. Seamless 4D Chamois to create the most technically advanced bib short in our line.

Comments

WangDanger says:

One of my “go to” bibs Great compression, Build quality is what you would expect from PI’s top P.R.O. line. Not much else to say. Any bib in the upper 150-200 USD range is going to be nice. Important thing is how it fits you. So for all the reviewers, I bought a size small. I am 5-11 (71 inches) and weigh 140lbs, 30-31 inch waist, Inseam is 33.5 inches. These fit me well, a little on the tight side, but like my bibs nice and snug. I would say I’m in between the Small and Med, so if you like your bibs a little more…

Erik Okerholm "some normal guy....." says:

Fit perfect and work great. I got the 2XL like I wear in the Pro Shorts I have and these fit even better. Less restrictive around the thigh and fit better than the Sugoi pair I tried and less tight than the Pro Compression I have as well. Very comfortable. Entertaining when you have to go to the bathroom on a ride, since you have to take your shirt off, but they fit and feel awesome. They don’t hold Gu packets on my thighs like the shorts, but that’s because they’re not as tight at the thigh. I’ll take that. Did 80 miles…

RK says:

quality bibs Fit, finish and quality of the materials are very good. I’m 6’2″, 160-165 lbs, and the large is a good fit. The chamois is “variable density” so the outer edges are thinner than the middle section (different than last years pro bibs). My sit bones barely make the edge of the densest part but I have a wider saddle than average so it should be good for most people.

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