- made of 85% nylon+15%spandex,matching material is 90% polyester+10%spandex,4 way stretch fabric,moisture wicking,quick dry breathable.
- back mesh fabric for breathable
- comfortable pad with moisture wicking,breathable function,help you enjoy cycling.
- leg cuff with gel gripper
- reflective brand logo keep you safe in darkness.
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Minus= Sizing is off. I always buy large in cycling clothing no matter the company. This fits in legs and shoulder straps but I would have to put on ten pounds to take up the mid section. I am 5'10" 170lb. Material is light and not as quality as other bibs I have for the same price range. padding feels like a diaper. use at home on the trainer only.
I hate paying a lot of money for cycling clothes, but cycling shorts are important enough in function that I would be willing to pay more *IF* the more expensive pair is worth it. The problem is, how do you know if they are worth it? I was very happy with Pearl Izumi Quest shorts that I got 5 years ago. They were comfortable and held up well. Unfortunately, when I ordered more a year ago, they had changed their construction. They must have gone to a gel padding in some sections that popped because after a year, there was no padding left in the front, just at the rear. I tried some inexpensive Nashbar shorts that that have a great pad but their size ran small and had a drawstring waist that was cut too low, so I won't get those again. So I gave in. I bought an expensive ($80) pair of Pearl Izumi Ride Elite In-R-Cool bib shorts. And they are excellent. Comfortable. Fit perfectly. The padding seems to be firmer yet more compliant than any other shorts I have tried. The problem is, I don't know if all that is worth the cost. At least now I know what I need to compare to.
Which brings me to these Arsuxeo shorts. I got a winter cycling jacket by this brand and have been very happy with it, so I thought I would give their shorts a try. I'm 5'10" 164lbs and ordered the medium and it fit reasonably well. The material was slightly loose in places compared to the PI Elites and didn't stretch tight in every dimension. The pad was a little stiffer, too but not bad. Out on the road I noticed the difference immediately. The pad let through a lot of bumps and vibrations and did not feel as padded as the PIs. After a 20 mile ride, I was happy to get off the bike. After a washing and second ride, they improved slightly and I managed an 18 mile ride without noticing them too much.
In conclusion, these are OK for the price, but I have to believe there is a bib short out there that can match the PI Elite comfort for a lower price. It seems to me that a decent cut and denser foam shouldn't quadruple the price of shorts.
Update 12/30/17- I still stand by my review of these after more time with them, but I have found a new favorite since this review. The Przewalski basics bib shorts are only a bit more expensive than these but have a much better pad. They are my current recommendation.
Przewalskis – First the padding is the thickest of the 3. The legs are long and the knee area is big. The torso/shoulder straps are probably the tightest of the 3 and have a tendency to slide off my shoulders. Material is average thickness. The construction reminds me a lot of my old Performance Bicycle Ultra Shorts. While it’s a quality constructed piece, it’s the least comfortable and worst fitting for my body type, so I would not buy this one again myself. Rate as a 4 due to the fit.
Asteks – The Asteks have by far the most comfortable and roomy torso area. The bibs come up higher on your abdomen and the straps are nice and wide, spread the weight well and they stay in place on your shoulders very well. The legs are the shortest of the bunch and these bibs are relatively lightweight, being probably the thinnest material of the three. Padding is good and not overly thick. Rating on these would be a 4+ overall.
Arsuxeo – These have a perfect fit on the legs for me. Right over the knee with a nice tight knee collar. Padding is thicker than the Asteks but thinner than the Przewalskis. The shoulder straps have good length but there is very little torso material to come up by comparison. The material is thicker than either of the other two bibs so they are the best in cold of the three with knee warmers on with them (I ride to work as low as 35 degrees or so). As with the others, I would rate them 4 overall.
I’ll also point out that the left front seam tore a small hole while putting them on one day. Considering these are only a few months old, that’s very disappointing. It doesn’t seem like this is the best stitching on the planet.
12/02/2019: Just a update- these are hanging in there tough! I upgraded my rating to 4 stars, they are really lasting well. I wear these most days to commute to/from work, washing every day, usually 4 days a week, so they've held up extremely well. And I almost always just dry them in the dryer now. Unbelievable really. Only other comment to add is that they are pretty warm, they aren't great on warm/hot days and would cause you to overheat if worn on a long ride. At this point I'm used to the fit.