I'm 6'-0, 195 lbs, 32 inseam, big thighs. In the procorsa bib shorts, a XXL fits perfectly. In the bib tights, I don't have enough room in front (for the parts that define me as a male) The thighs are snug, but between the legs in front, they just don't have enough room to be comfortable, even in the cold weather retracted position. Since I'm already at XXL, I'm out of options with this product and will have to return them.
Leg length was ok for me, probably good for someone with 2-4 inches longer legs. If you're skinny, these may work for you. If you look like a sprinter, size up 2-3 times to be happy.
Great price on a nice pair of bib tights. I finally gave up on the leg warmer in winter concept and went for some padded tights. Happy I did! They fit...tight...but it seems to work. I'm 6'4 with skinny legs and I went with the Large...I'm satisfied with it. If my legs were much bigger or if I wasn't so skinny I'd go XL probably. So far have only worn them with another pair of thermal tights over them as it's been really cold (in the mid 20's). Love the bib action too.
Tried out many different brands of bib tights from Louis Garneu, Castelli and Gore. The sizing was always the issue. Some were too baggy (Gore) or too tights (castelli) or bunched uo too much behind the knee.
These run true to size. Same sizing as the ProCorsa McKenzi bib shorts that are a staple during warmer months.
Used these bib tights for commutes (hour long) and on longer team rides(2 hours plus) and they kept me plenty warm even in 35degree weather.
Great tights when its cold and dry.
These are great tights but I would order them 1 size larger than what you would order from others. I am normally a Medium but ordered these in a large since I tend to put on a few pounds during the winter due to lack of training and they fit the same a other manufacture's mediums