I've now used just about everything in their range, so I'll chime in with an opinion.Has anyone used ALE cycling bib shorts and if so are they true to size and what is their quality thanks.
I don't think PRR is the best level, I think it's a step down, well actually two steps down. The new best is the AleLabs PR-System kit, followed by the R-EV1, then the PRR 2. Based on price and quality of chamois and such.Our squad uses Ale bibs. They make different levels and fit. We use the PRR stuff (their best level). the 4H chamois is probably the best I've used overall (as good as Assos). The fit is very small. I'm 5' 11'', 32 waist , 165lb's. Large bibs fit tight, could even go XL. Their lower level stuff runs larger, I've heard.
Our team uses Ale. PRR bib quality very good. I'm 5'10" and 160lbs...medium is just right.
I wouldn't say best for me but I put them up there. I guess I could put them second. APG is very solid and time honored.Runs a little small (italian brand). Best stuff I have owned. I have switched all of my kits to Ale.
I also have those three lines. I prefer small though. I like my shorts to be about as small as I can comfortably get them. I think that tight shorts are key.I have PRR, EV-1 and Ultra bibs. I prefer medium in all 3. I can get away with large in the EV-1s, the others are too long in large. I'm 5'7 and between 145-150 lbs.
Their stuff is by far the best I've worn in years. I've been ditching my sportful and garneau stuff in favor of it.