Merino Wool Off-Road Bib Shorts

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


Merino wool mountain bike bib shorts with a ventilated off-road chamois and back pockets. We highly recommend wearing these in tandem with Conation Collective baggy shorts.



You read that right – bib shorts for mountain bikers. Here’s why: bib shorts are awesome. They don’t pinch your stomach, they support more of your body, and they’re super comfortable. A lot of people we talked to were actually wearing road bibs under their mountain bike baggies so we built a dedicated mountain bike bib short. Breathable merino wool mesh fabric will keep you dry and comfortable, even on the most adventurous rides. We’re bucking the trend of price-point driven liner shorts that offer minimal padding and support, so our chamois are mountain bike specific with ventilation perforations and shock absorbing inserts. The front opening on the bib is lowered – with baggies over top there’s no reason for modesty and it makes life easier when nature calls. Finally, there’s pockets on the back – not a roadie race-radio pocket but actual pockets that fit a tube, CO2, tool, and some food in case you want to skip the hydration pack on a shorter ride but still need the essentials.

*Chamois is black, not bright blue like the image


1 review for Merino Wool Off-Road Bib Shorts

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer Sator (verified owner)

    Wool bibs FTW! I picked up these bad boys along with the Conation baggies because I’d read some good magazine and online reviews and thought ‘why not?’ As a lifelong mountain biker (and roadie too) I’ve had plenty of bibs that sucked and a few that really excelled. These are certainly at the top of the heap. Properly cut, no chafing or hot spots, generous (but not stupidly excessive) padding, superior breathability, quality stitching–these are the real deal. On the trail, they allow full range of motion despite the fact they’re not lycra. And, miraculously, when my fiancee sent these through the dryer, they didn’t shrink a bit. In a world where ‘designer’ bibs can cost $300 or more, fly with these bad boys instead. The quality is second and you’re supporting a small company with deep roots in the mountain bike community. I’m a total convert!

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