Pearl Izumi Men’s Quest Bib Short Review

The popular Pearl iZUMi Men’s Quest Cycling Bib Short provides more freedom of movement, particularly around your waist when riding. You may never want to use non-bib shorts again.

Pearl iZUMi Men's Quest Cycling Bib Short


What is good about these Bib Shorts

Anatomic fit for everyday cycling – with a fine knit quality which also translates to more freedom of movement and improved durability.  Other Pearl Izumi Men's Quest Cycling Bib Shortsfeatures include a 6-panel anatomic design and silicone leg gripper.

Comfortable Tour 3D Chamois – offers variable density padding that’s great for up to five rides a week. The pre-shaped chamois features breathable four-way stretch technology that adjusts to the body and moves moisture away as well as pressure relief technology to optimize blood flow and performance.

Select Transfer Fabric – constructed of this 100 percent polyester, this quick-drying bib short pulls moisture away from the skin and provides lasting comfort even when riding at the highest exertion levels.

Reflective safety elements – when riding in low light visibility this just offers some additional safety.


Pearl iZUMi Men’s Quest Cycling Bib Short Features

  • Pearl izumi Men's Quest Bib ShortCycling bib short for everyday comfort
  • Select Transfer fabric which offers good moisture transfer
  • Quick drying
  • Pre-shaped Tour 3D Chamois with variable density padding
  • 6-panel anatomic design
  • Silicone leg gripper
  • Reflective elements for when riding in low light visibility
  • Machine washable

What customers say about the  Pearl iZUMi Men’s Quest Cycling Bib Short

There were many positive reviews for these Men’s Bib Bike Shorts. Many reviewers felt that this is likely the least expensive quality bib short you will find.

There are always questions about using bib shorts with this reviewer saying, “if you’re debating between shorts or bibs, definitely go with the bib. With a jersey on, no one can see to make fun of your suspenders and you will never have to worry about your shorts riding down or catching on the seat when dismounting.” And what he does not say is the lack of a waistband just makes them more comfortable.

Numerous reviewers stated this product is well and durable. They find the padding is very adequate and that the grippers on the leg bottoms are comfortable

One reviewer just says, “I don’t want to wear my old non-bib shorts at all anymore!”

A favorite with riders, the Pearl iZUMi Men’s Quest Cycling Bib Short delivers a great fit, comfort and durability at a very affordable price.


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3 comments for “Pearl Izumi Men’s Quest Bib Short Review

  1. no body
    June 22, 2018 at 10:58 am

    Great padding, but terrible stitching. Also, kinda hard to pee in them. My husband rides about 150-200 miles per week and has several pairs of bibs in rotation at any given time. His other bibs are from Castelli and Hill Killer. I got these Pearl Izumi bibs for him after he added them to his wish list. We’re both always very thorough in doing research on products, and these looked excellent based on the reviews we found.When he first started wearing them, he commented that they were actually noticeably more comfortable than his others; specifically, the padding in the chamois was more plush and the material seemed to be very durable. The only thing he didn’t like was that the front panel came up a bit too high (about 3-4 inches higher than other brands) and made it quite difficult to pee without actually removing the shoulder straps….which is kind of difficult on the side of the road when you’re wearing a jersey, too! Other than that, he actually said they were is new favorite pair.Fast forward to about 10 days ago. I noticed he…

  2. Ohana of 3
    June 22, 2018 at 11:10 am

    EXTREMELY comfortable My husband typically wears a pair of loose fighting sport shorts over a pair of chamois-lined bike undershorts. However, he got tired of his gut flipping the band on his shorts and needed a solution while working on losing weight. These bib shorts proved to be a real winner, not just for solving the flipped waistband dilemma, but he couldn’t believe how much more comfortable they were to ride in than his previous gear. He’s 5’10, 227# with a 40″ waist. He went with the XXL based on the recommendations from others to get a size up, and is glad he did. He commented that he might have gotten into the XL, but it thinks it would have put a strain on the straps. The shorts stop just above his knee and they stay in place. The leg band is very comfortable and the pad is perfect for his 7-mile commute to work. I’ve washed them once in a regular load and then hung them up to air dry. He says there’s no change in the fit whatsoever after being washed and all the seams appear to be intact…

  3. Steve
    June 22, 2018 at 11:28 am

    XXL Quest Bib I’m very happy with my Izumi bibs, I have two pair of them and they are comfortable and durable. I was somewhat reluctant to wear a bib, never had one before but after wearing them for a season I will never go back to shorts. These are just so comfortable to wear and cycle in. Be aware that they do run small. I am 6′ 2″ about 210 with a 36-38 waist and ordered XXL and they are perfect.

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