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The Nalini Pro Gara Tesero Bib Tights are made of Blizzard Thermal Comfort fabric, which offers superior warmth, stretch and breathability, whilst also keeping you dry as you cycle.
Featuring a Serie 3.2 D/80N heat-formed pad which has three different thicknesses and padding densities to support the ischial bones and lessen the pressure on the perineal area, the cycling tights also provide UV protection to shield your skin from the sun's harmful UV rays. With a reverse zip at the ankle for added ventilation, the Nalini bib tights have a regular fit for unrestricted freedom of movement. - L.M.
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I bought two pairs of Nalini bib tights a couple of weeks apart. These Nalini Gara Tesero tights, and a pair of Nanodry bib tights. They're similar, with the Gara being slightly warmer. Both fit very well, are comfortable, have good pads, and conform well without being restrictive. The Gara seem slightly warmer but I don't think the material feels thicker than the Nanodry. I've worn both in temperatures ranging down to 2C, and as long as I keep working, I stay warm. The tights alone, of course, don't keep you warm. It's the entire outfit that does the job. I wear merino socks, a long sleeve fleece cycling jersey, a Goretex shake-dry top, and wind/water resistant booties over my cycling shoes. I wear Pearl Izumi cold weather gloves, and a neck warmer pulled up over my head under my helmet. That keeps me warm enough even though the start of my ride is a 2 km descent at ~ 45 kph. The Nalini tights are both the same size - an XXL. This is larger than I normally wear. My bike shorts are PBK XL. I wear a size 36 in men's pants, and am 174 cm tall and weigh 90 Kg. Both Nalinis fit well, and are the right length for me. The last set of tights I bought were Descente XL. The Nalinis in XXL are slightly smaller than the Descente, and that's perfect for me. I got both on sale - the Gara for $C92 and the Nanodry for $C79. The Gara seem slightly better made. The Nanodry are mesh from the waist up, and have rubberized cuffs, while the Gara are close weave fabric from the waist up and do not have the rubberized cuffs on the bottom. The pad in the Gara is slightly thicker and wider, and feels as though it would be more comfortable on longer rides. So far, the Nanodry has been quite comfortable on rides of 1.5 hours. All in all, both are very good for the money. The fit well, keep me warm, and after a few rides no defects of any kind have become apparent.