I've only been able to wear these a few times but these are the best and most comfortable bibs I've ever owned. I had one ride in the rain when it was about 50 degrees and stayed warm and dry for the whole 90 minutes. The chamois is phenomenal as expected.
Typical Castelli quality and fit Iï¿½ve grown very attached to. I have 2 sets of their bibs (rated 49-59 degrees) that I wear comfortably down to 43-45 degrees. The additional water repellent and wind resistance of these have given me a few more degrees of comfort. The pad is perfect for me, preferring the medium-firm feel. The fit is snug and helps prevent bunching in all the areas you never want on a long road or gravel ride. Pricey(?), but the quality, fit, and comfort make them a good value.
Iï¿½m 6ï¿½2ï¿½, 196 lbs, and wear an XL.
I've been riding in this cold Oregon Winter and one of the things I love about these are the zippers around the ankles. I have a pair of Gore bib tights that I really like, but without those ankle zippers they are a pain to get off and on. The price was exceptional and these are very comfortable and keep me warm. I don't ride much below 40 F, just for reference.
These bibshorts have classic Castelli race fit, which means "not baggy." I'm 6' 2" 185 lbs and the XL size fits to a t. These are good down to about 45 degrees. But in colder temperatures, don't have sufficient heft to keep me warm.
Castelli jackets and bib tights just work for me. These bib tights are extremelly warm and comfortable. With that being said I am 5'7" and weigh 150 lbs. So I wear a medium and they fit perfect. As all riders know, clothing is completely subjective, so take it for what it's worth. But I give these tights a big thumbs up.
A little tight compared with my other Castelli bibs but still comfortable. These are nice and warm.
I'm 6' 175 lbs wear XL. Could've gone XXL I guess
Holds up in 32 degree Fahrenheit weather up to 55 degrees. Light and easy to move in. It has been pretty durable and washes well.