Designed to work in conjunction with our TRAIL Short, the Mesh Bib Liner takes breathability to the maximum while providing a full featured high density chamois for all day riding comfort and support. Using a highly elastic net mesh and our proven bib short cut, straps and leg gripper, we were able to create a liner that was incredibly comfortable, light and airy.
The Mesh Liner Bib also features our FlyFree design for pee-break friendly function without removing jersey or helmet.
New for 2019, we've added mesh cargo pockets for easy access storage.
Fabric: 75% Polyamide / 25% Elastane
Made in: Italy
Caring for your cycling gear properly will extend its life and maintain its performance, fit and quality. It’s important to consider these instructions carefully. While we stand behind the quality of our apparel, not adhering to these instructions will void our warranty against manufacturing & defects.
We strongly recommend washing your new gear before wearing it. You’ll find that your apparel will soften, and fit & comfort will improve after washing - especially with bibs & shorts.
Machine wash cool, 86°F (30°C) with like colors: Cooler temps maintain better longevity for your apparel. Like colors, especially lights, will remain more vibrant when washed with like colors.
Use mild detergent. Do not bleach or dry clean: Strong detergents & bleach can break down the fibers and elastane in the garment, dramatically reducing its life.
Close all fastenings: this goes also for other garments mixed in with your cycling apparel. Velcro closures or clasps can catch on stitching or trim and damage your garments.
Lay flat to dry. Do not tumble dry: Do not put your cycling apparel in the dryer. Even on low heat. Don’t do it. Heat can damage fabric, elastic and heat transfer logos very easily. Lycra (Elastane) is used throughout our garments to provide compression and support and is susceptible to damage from heat and can irreparably damage your apparel.
Our jerseys and bib shorts are intended to be form fit, providing compressive support, maximizing performance of the fabrics, and reducing fatigue and chafing. Due to the compressive nature of the fabrics, you will be able to fit into more than one size. Please use the charts below to help determine your optimum size:
|Size||90 - 100 lbs.||100 - 110 lbs.||110 - 120 lbs.||120 - 130 lbs.||130 - 140 lbs.||140 - 150 lbs.||150 - 160 lbs.||160 - 170 lbs.||170 - 180 lbs.||180 - 190 lbs.||190 - 200 lbs.||200 - 210 lbs.||210 - 220 lbs.||220 - 230 lbs.||230 - 240 lbs.||240 - 250 lbs.|
|Size||41 - 45 kg||45 - 50 kg||50 - 54 kg||54 - 59 kg||59 - 64 kg||64 - 68 kg||68 - 73 kg||73 - 77 kg||77 - 82 kg||82 - 86 kg||86 - 91 kg||91 - 95 kg||95 - 100 kg||100 - 104 kg||104 - 109 kg||109 - 113 kg|
|XXS||29" - 31"||22" - 24"||31.5" - 33.5"|
|XS||31" - 33"||24" - 26"||33.5" - 35.5"|
|S||33" - 35"||26" - 28"||35.5" - 37.5"|
|M||35" - 37.5"||28" - 30.5"||37.5" - 40"|
|L||37.5" - 40"||30.5" - 33"||40" - 42.5"|
|XL||40" - 42.5"||33" - 35.5"||42.5" - 45.5"|
|XXL||42.5" - 45"||35.5" - 38"||45.5" - 48.5"|
|XXXL||45" - 47.5"||38" - 40.5"||48.5" - 51.5"|
|XXS||74cm - 79cm||56cm - 61cm||80cm - 85cm|
|XS||79cm - 84cm||61cm - 66cm||85cm - 90cm|
|S||84cm - 89cm||66cm - 71cm||90cm - 95cm|
|M||89cm - 95cm||71cm - 77cm||95cm - 102cm|
|L||95cm - 102cm||77cm - 84cm||102cm - 108cm|
|XL||102cm - 108cm||84cm - 90cm||108cm - 116cm|
|XXL||108cm - 114cm||90cm - 97cm||116cm - 123cm|
|XXXL||114cm - 121cm||97cm - 103cm||123cm - 131cm|
runs SMALL. i liked the concept of this bib liner and could see how it would be cool with the mesh, but it ran really small.
Great breathable shorts to wear under my baggies.
FINALLY! Women's bibs that get it right. I can finally *** without fully undressing! This is a miracle! These are great under trail shorts, give you the comfort of bibs and breath-ability. And have I mentioned how easy it is to ***. The FlyFree system is the best bib design I've ever had!
I was on the fence about these bibs when I rode with them for the first time. It took me a few rides to get used to them, but I was really blown away by how well they breathe under baggy shorts. They're noticeably cooler than other liner shorts I've tried in the past and feel really good next to the skin (so soft!). Now that I've figured them out a little bit, I can't see myself going back to my non-bib liner shorts. As other reviewers have mentioned, I'm super tempted to replace them all with more of these bibs! Fit wise, my measurements put me at the break between XS and S for bottoms. I have large thighs for my size, so I went up a S. These run a little smaller all over than the Luxe bibs (which I could comfortably wear an XS in), so I am glad that I went up. Like the Luxe bibs, the elastic at the legs felt stiff at first but has started to soften up a bit with use. My only gripe is the pockets: I can't see myself ever using them and I don't like the way that the fold over elastic on the top causes the seams to pull a lot at the sides. Everything is holding together so far, but it's the only part of the shorts that I can see failing. I'm fully prepared to (carefully) cut the pockets out if it starts to become a problem.
After one ride, I’ll be throwing out all my current liners to replace with bibs. I love the mesh because it’s cooler to ride in, however I am skeptical of the durability of these mesh bibs. I feel like if I’m not super careful putting them on I might rip a hole in them, but I’m hopeful they’ll survive all the abuse! The area where the tag was sewn in is super itchy. I was going to try to remove the tag, but there was no way to remove the part that was itching me without damaging a seam. Perhaps tear-off tags like Lululemon in the future?