We’ve read the reviews across the web for the Assos T.cento_s7 Bib Short – Men’s and summarize the results below:
Number of Ratings Reviewed: 90
Pros & Cons
Reasons to buy:
- Very sturdy and well built.
- Champios moves with your body.
- No need for adjustment of bibs.
- Cento is a race-fit, heartier, and streamlined.
- Fabric of the bib straps is seamless and lays well.
- Front pouch for storage.
- Length hits the mid-thigh and stays in place.
- Straps hug torso in racing position.
- ‘Kukupenthouse’ area added in bib which eliminates pressure in the frontal area, enhancing comfort for men.
- Light and compressible.
- Leg material doesn’t bunch when exercising.
- Moisture-wicking material.
- Dries quickly.
- Underside of bib conforms to your body shape.
- Cento has a lighter and airier groin area.
- Washes well.
- Elastic still good after years of use.
- Pouch at the front can hold tackles.
- Hasn’t lost shape after years of use.
Reasons NOT to buy:
- Expensive, but worth it for racing.
- Size according to weight, not height.
- Durability questionable, with reports of holes in chamios.
- Inseam has been shortened, and can rub against skin.
- Pad is thinner than the Mille model.
- Pad is not sewn on all sides to eliminate seams from rubbing.
- S7 cut lower than the S5, which can be uncomfortable for some.
- No long-leg versions available.
The Assos T.cento_s7 Bib Short for men is an ideal racing option due to the comfort, sturdiness, streamline fit, seamless fabric, durable straps, and compressive material, even though the tendency for the inseam to rub on the thigh may deter some cyclists.