Nalini Squalo 1 bib tights review
The wind-protection panels that extend down the front of these tights to well below the knee are almost as stretchy as the other deep, ﬂeecy sections, so you get plenty of insulation – these are suitable for even really cold weather.
The seatpad is a winner too: although synthetic, it feels like an old-style soft leather chamois, contoured to provide effective low-bulk cushioning and perforated for good air conditioning.
The pulls on the ankle zippers lock in place and silicone grippers stop the legs riding up, while a small amount of reﬂective trim down there is eye-catching at night.
Double-thickness fabric at the back of the bib stops draughts around your kidney area, although the front is cut fairly low – which is just as well because you don’t get a zip. Not all the seams are ﬂat-stitched but we had no issues with rubbing during our tests.