Love these bibs. I actually bought a large and an xl (2 pairs greyblue). I use the large for shorter rides around town and the xl for long rides and serious climbing. I prefer the xl for fit. I'm 6' 165lbs. Can't go wrong....as long as Oakley stays in the game.
Race fit, meaning pretty dang tight. They feel alright, not the most room for my front privates, but I found comfort while riding. Im 6' 185lbs and am in average shape, with bulky legs. I personally am more comfortable in my Louis Garneau size L, for the same price. However, everyones body is different. These are tighter fitting and I still use them appropriately and enjoy them. Maybe an XL would fit more relaxed but they are supposed to be tight race fit. I wear these when I wanna fly and my Louis Garneu when I'm riding with friends or just want more comfort. I'm glad I bought them
I could wear these shorts every time I ride, but where they exel are long duration rides, because the compression is so good, and the chamois so comfortable, that I get to enjoy the ride without having to worry about an issue with the shorts, or caused by them. Also love the color I chose, a dark blue which pairs well with many jerseys, which is a nice change from black.
This is the first time I have rode this brand of bibs. I put a couple of 15 20 mile rides in them and then went out for a fifty mile ride on a hot south Carolina day. Very comfortable and will buy these again.
These are a race cut they are a tight fit but they are comfortable and the chamois fits perfectly I had no problems I went on a 30 mile ride and compared to my other bibs the jawbreaker is awesome. Im 61 180lbs and I got a large,like I said they are a race cut but once you get them on and out on the road you feel like you have nothing on if that makes any sense.