Same fit and styling as the non-thermals. Nice fabric weight, good chamois, warm when paired with leg or knee warmers.
I have a couple pairs of the Ornot house bibs and love them so figured I couldn't go wrong with the fit/comfort level of the thermal bibs. A spring ride in Boise ID might consist of sun, rain, wind and maybe snow with temps from low 40's to mid 50's. As expected the fit and comfort level are great but the way they keep the core warm while letting the legs breath was a real bonus. Another great Ornot product and I so appreciate the climate neutral effort and the 1% initiative. Thanks.
These bibs are great for all seasons in the Bay Area. I've been on some pretty cold rides (for SF) and they cut the chill well. In hotter weather they're great too, I've never felt overheated with them. They aren't "premium" quality, but they've held up well even through a few gravel tumbles. I'd buy another pair.
I was skeptic that it's gonna cut it for Midwestern temperatures, but paired with leg warmers, it was nice and cozy even around 30F. Will probably do suit the spring with or without knee warmers.
Thanks, these will work well in the spring, we wear them here in SF during the summer when it's 55, windy, and foggy.