Mavic Inferno bib tights review

The warmest in Mavic’s range, the Inferno bib tights are good on a cold winter’s day

(Image credit: mike prior)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

Not without their flaws, the comfort of staying warm on winter rides is important so these could still be a good buy, just don’t expect a flawless piece of kit.

Reasons to buy
  • +

    Wind stopper material does its job

  • +

    Water repellence is a good additional feature

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    Restrictive fit

  • -

    Small chamois

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These bib tights are marketed as a warm layer for winter rides, and in this respect they are very good. The fleece lining is a welcome addition that kept our legs warm on the colder first days of the New Year and the outer fabric kept the worst of the wind out. What’s more, this outer fabric also has some water repellence, which kept road spray and light rain at bay.


The tights as shown with the Mavic Sprinters jacket
(Image credit: mike prior)

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