The ZERO Bib Tight was proven through the darkest, coldest hours of New England winter riding. Designed with fully windproof soft-shell coverage on the front and breathable Thermoroubaix fabric on the back, these are a step up in warmth and protection from our Thermal Bib Tight. Choose the ZERO when the temp drops below freezing. Riding mostly above 40F? Choose the Thermal Bib Tight.
The Velocio Signature Guarantee underscores our mission to create a better cycling experience. We believe that riding in our gear is the best proof of our commitment to quality and performance. Therefore, we stand behind everything we make. Try any of our products for 30 days to ensure it meets your needs. Wear it. Ride in it. Wash it. We believe it will provide a better riding experience. If you are not 100% satisfied with your Velocio product, you may return it within 30 days of receiving the product.See our complete return policy
Fabric Front: 85% Polyamide / 15% Elastane + Membrane
Fabric Back: 54% Polyamide / 32% Polyester / 14% 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:
Our sizing chart represents the majority of riders we’ve worked with first hand in our clothing. If your size falls outside of the specified chart, please contact customer service for insights or take advantage of our Signature Guarantee which allows for testing and return within 30 days if your riding experience, including fit, isn’t improved.
|Size||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.||250 - 260 lbs.||260 - 270 lbs.||270 - 280 lbs.||280 lbs +|
|Size||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||113 - 118 kg||118 - 122 kg||122 - 127 kg||127 kg +|
|XS||33" - 35"||27" - 29"||34" - 36"|
|S||35" - 37"||29" - 31"||36" - 38"|
|M||37" - 39.5"||31" - 33.5"||38" - 40.5"|
|L||39.5" - 42.5"||33.5" - 36"||40.5" - 43"|
|XL||42.5" - 45"||36" - 38.5"||43" - 45.5"|
|XXL||45" - 48"||38.5" - 42"||45.5" - 48"|
|XXXL||48" - 51"||42" - 45.5"||48" - 50.5"|
|XXXXL||51" - 54"||45.5" - 49"||50.5" - 53"|
|XS||84cm - 89cm||69cm - 74cm||86cm - 91cm|
|S||89cm - 94cm||74cm - 79cm||91cm - 97cm|
|M||94cm - 100cm||79cm - 85cm||97cm - 103cm|
|L||100cm - 108cm||85cm - 91cm||103cm - 109cm|
|XL||108cm - 114cm||91cm - 98cm||109cm - 116cm|
|XXL||114cm - 122cm||98cm - 107cm||116cm - 122cm|
|XXXL||122cm - 130cm||107cm - 116cm||122cm - 128cm|
|XXXXL||130cm - 137cm||116cm - 124cm||128cm - 135cm|
I have owned many bib tights over the years, of various thicknesses and many winter bib tights feel like you are wearing a wetsuit. Not so with the ZERO bib tights. They are SO comfy. I bought these to wear in temps between 25F - 40F and they are proving to be warm and comfortable. I could probably taken them down to 20F and be just fine. I highly recommend these. In case it helps, I am 5'10" and 160 lbs and I bought Mediums.
Not much to say, it's my second pair after wearing out the first after 4 years of use .
Most all my shorts and bibs are size M so I ordered M with these. With the foot straps they were just a little too long so I switched to size S and they are perfect. The quality of Velocio materials and workmanship is top notch. I am 5'6". betwen 160 and 165 lbs and these fit perfectly.
This is my second season using these bib tights. Overall great piece of kit. Chamois is best of all top tier manufactures, and the fit and comfort is also best. Few things hold these back though. First of all is the length. Don't know why, but seems like all top tier mfg of cycling bib tights don't make them long enough! Tights should be able to reach to the ankle, not mid shin. And all of those marketing pics that you see on the website that show the model with the bootie over the tight? I would think that most riders want tight to go over the bootie to keep any water from wicking down into socks and shoes. I think the reason they show this is because they know the length of tight isn't long enough to securely cover the top of the bootie. Secondly, these tights, while warm into the 20 F range, aren't very good with repelling light rain or snow showers. I used them this past weekend, and towards end of ride, started to have light showers and 40 degrees. Tights wetted out way too fast. Need better DWR, especially from knee down to ankle. That's where most of the water is going to impact comfort. Just put some laminate material in the area for improved water resistance. Lastly, stirrups? The tight is an outer layer, and as stated above, if they were long enough, you would not use or need stirrups. As is, I don't use the stirrups and leave them to bunch up.
I've been on several 35 - 40 F rides and these have kept my legs very warm. The medium fits my 5'9" 160 lb frame perfectly.