Pearl Izumi Escape Quest Bib Shorts (Black) (S)

Pearl Izumi Escape Quest Bib Shorts (Black) (S)
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A true classic in style and cut, the Pearl Izumi Quest Bib Shorts help you enjoy all the time you spend in the saddle. Mesh upper allows the body to breathe and Select Transfer fabric keeps you dry, chafe-free and comfortable. Anatomic panels ensure a snug and tailored fit while the Select Escape 1:1 chamois provides cushioning on short commutes or all-day epics. Turned leg hems with silicone printed interior won't sneak up your thighs.

Features:

  • Select Transfer fabric sets the benchmark for moisture transfer
  • Mesh bib upper provides stability and support
  • 6 anatomic panels give support
  • Select Escape 1:1 chamois with blended thickness for chafe-free comfort
  • BioViz reflective elements for low-light visibility
  • Turned leg openings with silicone print holds the shorts comfortably in place

Specs

This product was added to our catalog on July 31, 2020

Tuesday, Jul 14 2020 (3 months ago)
Pearl Izumi Escape Quest Bib Shorts (Black) (L)
The bibs overall are quite nice in material, quality and fit. I'm 5'10", 204 lbs with a dad bod and a large fits well. Like a few other reviewers noted, the chamois can be better. It's fine for short rides and workouts however going on longer rides (1.5+ hours), it does get a bit uncomfortable.

I wouldn't buy this again and would go for a more premium product from Pearl Izumi.
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Wednesday, Jun 10 2020 (4 months ago)
Pearl Izumi Escape Quest Bib Shorts (Black) (XL)
Not a fan. The chamois pad is garbage, might be good for 20 miles or less but otherwise don't bother
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Saturday, Jun 6 2020 (5 months ago)
Pearl Izumi Escape Quest Bib Shorts (Black) (M)
I ordered both a size Small and a size Medium, as I tend to fall in between the sizing recommendations (31.5 inch waist, 6' tall, 157 lbs. I ended up keeping the Small, as the Medium was not snug enough, especially in the legs. The pad is quite large (in area), larger than any other pad I have ever seen in a pair of bib shorts. Although the bib shorts fit very well, with good compression in the legs, they could be about a half to a full inch longer (I have a 34" inseam). The pad is the weakest feature of these shorts, I rate it only adequate. It is not firm enough. I took a 3 hour ride in them and after about 1.5 hours, I was feeling some discomfort (not numbness, just wished for firmer padding).