Cannondale sugoi bib short sizing question

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G6612
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by G6612

I am going to order the cannondale pro cycling bibs and I was wondering If anyone can tell me about their sizing.
I wear the following.

Pearl izumi bibs I wear a large fit nice I am not sure if I should go up a size in sugoi or not according to all the charts I should wear a large.

My measurements.
Chest 38.5"
Waist 34"
Hips. 38.5"
I would appreciate any input from anyone that has experience with sugoi bibs.

uraqt
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by uraqt

A good part of bib fit is your hight, or the bib straps

I am 62
38 waist
40 hips

and I fit sugoi XL assos Xl and castelli XXl.

I think sugoi might have the best pad, but the castelli body paint are amazing. I am not sure the assos and castelli are worth the extra $$$. And I was using the sugoi RS, not even the top of the line. At this level all the bibs are very very good and it come down to fit and personal preferences.

Assos pad sucks if it gets wet and the castelli pad is thin compared to the sugoi.

The sugoi I was using was before they were bought by cannondale, I would also warn you that different bibs from the same manufacture fit differently. A few people have complained about castelli sizing not being consistent.

C

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LouisN
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by LouisN

FWIW: I wear size Medium Pearl Izumi Pro shorts.
I need a Large Sugoi RS short. Medium is too tight for me.

Louis :)

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by NealH

I wear size "L" in the Sugoi RS, and "XL" in the new RSE. The pad in the new RSE is simply outstanding. Best on the market in my opinion.

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