Size guide

The perfect fit for cycling wear

Cycling wear has a different fit than regular casual wear. So, you might be a size L in casual wear, but it is not sure that you use size L in cycling wear.

If you ever doubt how tight a cycling jersey or your BIB shorts are supposed to sit on you – there are some things to be aware of. The tighter, the better. An excellent example of why this is important could be the BIB shorts. If you go for a longer ride and your shorts are not tight, you might have pain in your bum. You always want to ensure everything is “in place” and does not move while riding. You can confirm this by using BIB shorts sitting tight on you. You will probably get a more comfortable ride.

Another thing to be aware of is that using tight-fitting cycling clothes will break the wind better, resulting in better aerodynamics.

How do I find my size?

Finding your size can be difficult – especially when there are many different brands with different fittings, but don’t worry, we are here to help you.

We generally use an example of a male who is 182 cm tall and weighs 73 kg. This person would use size S in most cycle shorts and jerseys.

You can fill out the formula below, and we will inform you about which size we recommend. It is also necessary to link the products (Or the SKUs) you are interested in because most brands can be different in size.

Size guide formula

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