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Stolen Goat Climb and Conquer Deep Winter Bib Tights - Black


Why to buy: The Climb & Conquer deep winter full length cycling tights are designed for when temperatures head below 6 degrees. With a water resistant fabric that's completely windproof these tights will keep you riding happy even in the worst weather.

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The Stolen Goat Climb & Conquer Deep Winter Bib Tights are designed for deep winter riding where the emphasis is on retaining heat in your legs and muscles. Featuring a pro developed chamois for extra comfort, the tights are completely windproof and like our climb & conquer winter jackets will keep the rain off you too.

Stolen Goat's Bib Tights are made from Tempest fabric that is both wind and water resistant. Even though they are supremely effective against inclement weather, they are also designed to ensure you don't overheat thanks to the breathable properties of the fabric.

Like all of the products in Stolen Goat's Orkaan range, the waterproofing is manufactured into the fabric – so it won’t wash out or fade over time. The fit and feel is identical to a non-weatherproof pair of bibs, but as you ride in rain you'll be able to watch the water bead and trickle off your legs. Winning!

The all important chamois pad has been rigorously tested by pros to ensure the construction and placement is perfect. It's also been constructed from anti-bacterial and quick-drying fabric to help you stay as fresh as possible.

Stolen Goat have also designed the bib straps to come out of a raised back piece that acts like a base layer, this adds warmth but also ensures the bib straps stay in place as you ride.

With low light an issue in the colder months Stolen Goat have used Pixel100 detailing in the back panel and side panel on the calf area to provide super reflectivity. As cars shine their head lights on you, you'll light up and be safe and seen.

Combine with the rest of the Orkaan range of jerseys, arm warmers and legwarmers and you'll soon have what we call the “Orkaan Outfit” – a highly versatile, lightweight, effective solution to riding your bike (pleasurably!) in any weather.

Size Guide

The fabric in the 3/4's and straps is extremely stretchy meaning that the height of the rider is less of a concern. The crucial measurement here is around the waist and level with the top of the hip for women. Essentially - the widest part of your mid-section... don't suck it in too much, ladies!

Hips   inches   29″ - 33″ 33″ - 36″ 36″ - 40″ 40″ - 42″ 42″ - 44″

Tech Spec

  • Compressive fit with four-way stretch fabric
  • Windproof and water repellent
  • Anti-bacterial chamois pad
  • Pro dimple technology
  • Compressive performance fit
  • Pixel100 reflective detailing
  • Optimal temperature range sub 5°c

Who's Behind It?

When Stolen Goat launched in 2012, Founder Tim Bland had a solid, interesting and lucrative job. What kind of a fool would leave that behind? Well, our kind of fool!

He'd had enough of the 9 to 5 routine and wanted to find a way to be productive, efficient and creative, whilst creating something of his own and being able to pursue his passions. Stolen Goat allowed him to combine all of these things and keep a smile on his face.

In creating and nurturing Stolen Goat into the respected clothing manufacturer that it is today, Whilst growing the Stolen Goat team and range, Tim's been able to keep loving the great outdoors and spend time with his young family - but also create a thriving firm that's straight from the heart. Stolen Goat has been a deliberately slow burn in becoming part of the fabric of cycling over a number of years; nothing worthwhile happens overnight. Today the quality, designs and durability are a match for any of the more recognised names out there.

We've got to know Stolen Goat over many years, and have witnessed the undimmed pride and passion that go into it. We're confident you'll like them.

And then there's the question of the name. It's all to do with the day that student Tim lost a bet that result in him 'borrowing' a pedigree goat from a cashmere farm high in the Himalayas and crossing a continent in the company of said goat. They ended up pedalling across Turkmenistan heavily disguised on a tandem, and the rest is history. Or is it...?

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