As a cyclist new to winter, I've been looking in vain for some cold weather clothing that fits my 1.88m, 64kg (~6ft-something, 140lbs?) body. Everything, and I mean everything that I've tried was either too wide or too short.
I tried jerseys from Castelli, Assos, Nalini, Pearl Izumi and 2XU, but they never fit right: The L sizes were long enough but too wide, while S (or even XS) was finally form-hugging, but would then barely go below my belly-button even in cycling positions. I left it at that - I'm willing to pay the premium for good stuff (Castelli's Aero Race felt fantastic), but I'm not going to pay loads of money for something that doesn't fit well. Instead, I just kept using a (slightly short) Skinfit sleeveless tri top in size S, or giveaway jerseys from tours I completed - they're too big, but they're free.
With bibs, I picked up a Castelli Presto bib in L because with the "compression", it finally wasn't flappy while the straps are still long enough to fit. Higher-end stuff - Castelli's Bodypaint, Assos' range - again doesn't fit exactly.
But winter clothing has to fit better - I can't have huge gaps in my windbreaker or jacket if I want them to insulate. It also makes no sense to wear a baselayer that doesn't fit your body. Swimsuits come in Small-Tall sizes, why not cyclewear?
So my question is: Who makes clothing that's exceptionally tight, but still long? Will I find the holy grail of jerseys that's both form-hugging but still long enough at the bottom? Or the jacket that does just that, with the addition of tight sleeves that are still long enough for my skinny, long arms?