I've been using the LG bibs and shorts for several years and find them to be a great fit. I have a 31" waste, 5'10" tall, 135lbs, and small is just right - tight when first putting on, but immediately forget about them when starting to ride. I hate rubber grips on my legs, so these bibs using just compression are perfect and super comfortable (I'm a mountain biker who doesn't shave legs). Used recently on a 22 1/2 hour mountain bike epic and my rear end was probably the only part of my body that was still feeling okay. I get about 2 years out of them with 2-3 uses a week and being washed after every use (warm water and air dried). There seems to be changes to the pad material occasionally. The latest (7/2021) version has the nice smooth material that doesn't pile after washing. A couple of others did, but are still comfortable. No idea if my resistance to fatigue has increased over 10%.
I road cycle about 50-75 miles per week and use these bibs on at least one ride per week. Compared to my other bibs which are Pearlizumi, Campagnolo, and Castelli, these are more comfortable, give better support, and seem to be less fatiguing. The chamois is thick and supportive, and the compression provided really feels good after a two hour ride.
These are a step down from similarly priced Garneau bibs I bought a few years ago. The material on the legs is very thin and for me does not offer much compression compared to the older ones. The legs tend to ride up my thighs, especially when wearing knee warmers, and then the material bunches up in my hip crease. And I'm starting to notice the material at the leg opening is curling up a bit. Would not buy these again.
This is my third pair of Neo Power Motion bibs, and each has fit exactly as the others, which is exactly how I like them. I've ridden them for 160 miles in a single-day ride, and in rotation on a weeklong bikepacking expedition. I haven't found a problem yet. They wear well, and I have yet to find fraying or other signs of poor needlework.
Been using LG for awhile, I tried these but they don't work for me. They bunch up and I gotta pull em down, the chamois is wider and feels bulky. Even the LG sticker sown on the suspender chafes my nipple.
I wear these bibs whenever I ride my road bike. The fit is great so they are very comfortable at all distances. The chamois is the key! It is well designed and well padded, I like better than the 5-Motion on their more expensive bibs.
This is my third pair of Garneau Neo Power bib shorts. I like the compression feel the the legs give. Pad has good coverage, and I've never had one separate from the shorts. I am 6' 3 tall, and 210 lbs. the XXL fits me great, and there is not much stretch over time. I can wear mine in rotation for at least 2-3 years. You might try one size up if you're an in-between size, because of the compression stretch. I machine wash on gentle cycle, and hang dry.
Have long loved the LG Neo Power Motion for those long days in the saddle, as well as the short 2hr jaunt. Seams are smooth and the chamios is well padded but not very noticeable once you're in motion. Best bib shorts I've had, though I've only with three brands.
Bought one pair of these bibs to try, and loved them from the first moment I put them on. They feel comfortable and look good, theres not to much tension in the shoulder straps just the right amount. Liked them so much, I bought the second pair the following week.
I have used many bibs in the past. I have also had sit bone issues so a chamois was key for a bib. The motion airgel is the one that works for me, I have used other bibs that the upper fabric fits better but on long rides i will always choose these. I now own 5 pairs with the airgel and will not buy anything else.