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Old 05-15-08, 06:34 AM   #1
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Tights craft vs ...

Well I recently obtained a pair of craft L3 protection tights. They pull over your regular bibs. They seem pretty resistant to rain and they keep the cold out thus far(its been 48 F +). They can however be uncomfortable. Would this be a design flaw of having to pull these over my bibs? Would other tights keep me as warm and as comfortable as bib shorts?

Any other craft users experience this?
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48°+F = leg/knee warmers.

ymmv.

btw - if the tights don't have a chamois, then over bibs is the only way to go.
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