Spring is currently showing its milder side. It's still too cold for shorts, so good over-trousers are even more important. If this is also cheap, it is difficult to avoid a model from Versender Rose. For 49,90 euros you get a pair of trousers that are kept simple and do not require padding and can therefore only be worn as over-trousers. That's a good thing, after all you don't have to get used to a new pad and you can take your much-loved bib with you to training even when the temperature is cool.
The pants are fleeced on the inside and made of heat-insulating Pro-Fibre-Thermo material. The seams that connect the six straight panels of fabric are neatly stitched. A second layer of thermal material is incorporated in the knee area. This is to prevent the knees from cooling down.
A zipper on the stomach makes it easier to put on the pants. There are also two zippers in the ankle area. Rose's thermal bib shorts are available in seven sizes. Our test model in size M has pleasantly long legs and is relatively tight.
The trousers keep you pleasantly warm in temperatures above freezing. If the temperatures are lower, it is advisable to wear leg warmers or at least knee warmers in addition to the padded bibs. In terms of fit, the Bocholter thermal trousers are convincing. In addition, it hardly slips. Although the straps are not anatomically adapted to the shape of the body when cycling, they do not press uncomfortably on the shoulders.
- pleasant fit
- simple but practical cut
- consistent price-performance ratio
price and web
- 49,90 Euros