Women’s Test Team: Women’s Bibshorts Review Winners

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Best Bibs for $200 or Less

Not unanimous pick, but the GS Panache 13 Women’s Bib Short eked out victory by receiving the nod from two of four testers.

Kate: GS Panache 13 Women’s Bib Short
Want a bib short where dependable performance trumps advanced female-specific design and flashy packaging? Panache offers a high-quality short without the super-premium price.

Lisa: Primal Elita Women’s Helix Bib Shorts
Even though these bibs were under $200 the material still felt and rode as if it could have been the most expensive. If Primal makes a few design tweaks to this bib, shorter, narrower straps and a slightly wider chamois, they would fit me perfectly and I think they could pose a real threat to win this test in future years.

Elizabeth: Capo Cipressa Bibshort 2.0
I love that my favorites are less than $200! These are a great bib at a great price.

Liz: GS Panache 13 Women’s Bib Short
With nice fabrics, a flattering design, a great fit, and a more affordable price, these shorts have become a staple of my cycling wardrobe.

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About the author: RoadBikeReview Womens Test Team

In order to better serve our readership, RoadBikeReview has launched a Women’s Test Team that’s tasked with reviewing gear and apparel made expressly for women. Our quartet of testers are all experienced cyclists, who each bring a unique set of perspectives and needs to the conversation. If you have questions for our testers or suggestions on gear you would like to see featured here, leave us a note in the comments section below or send an email to WomensTestTeam@roadbikereview.com.



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