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


Best Bibs For Potty Breaks

The take-away here: No one has crafted the Holy Grail when it comes to making women’s bibshorts that are simple to get off when nature calls. But for now anyway, give the nod to the Pearl iZumi Women’s Pro In-R-Cool, which drew praise from two of our four testers.

Kate: Pearl iZumi Women’s Pro In-R-Cool
These bibs were easier to drop trou in than traditional bib shorts. The difference isn’t significant enough to don them for warm weather rides; however, with the multiple layers of a cold weather ride, the drop-tail feature instantly becomes much more valuable and even worth the sacrifice in comfort.

Liz: Pearl iZumi Women’s Pro In-R-Cool“>Pearl iZumi Women’s Pro In-R-Cool —
The clasp in the back is relatively easy to use and this short is more comfortable than others with similar designs.

Lisa: Assos T.Lady_S5
The deciding factor was that the hooking mechanism was on the front of the bib, making it easy to re-attach without any outside assistance. It wasn’t perfect but made it possible to use the restroom while not taking off my jersey.

Elizabeth: Castelli Palmares Due Bibshort
This design definitely won the potty test for me. They’re the fastest on and off.

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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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