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    sugoi sizing

    Hi, someone could you tell me if large in sugoi is about +- large in nalini??

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    With my stuff Sugoi L = Nalini XL (euro 5).

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    Depends on which level in Sugoi's line.

    The RS stuff fits smaller than some of their other clothes.

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    What jmoryl said.

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    Agree with ewitz, the RS series has a very race-cut fit and will feel a little more snug.

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    The RS bibs straps are also shorter than any of my bibs. The pad is good though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supraholic View Post
    The RS bibs straps are also shorter than any of my bibs. The pad is good though!
    Yes I agree, the pad is good, but the quality of their bibs has diminished over the years.
    The material is thin and wears quickly, labels fall off, stiching comes loose...I refuse to buy them anymore. I have a pair of RS bibs from 2006 that I still wear, I bought a pair of 2011's last year and they fell apart in 2 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpjumper FSR View Post
    Yes I agree, the pad is good, but the quality of their bibs has diminished over the years.
    The material is thin and wears quickly, labels fall off, stiching comes loose...I refuse to buy them anymore. I have a pair of RS bibs from 2006 that I still wear, I bought a pair of 2011's last year and they fell apart in 2 months.
    In 2008 Dorel/Pacific acquired Cannondale and Sugoi, and closed the former's US production, moving it to Asia. Wonder what they have done at Sugoi?

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    Sugoi shorts in Large fit me well, 34 waist, 200 lbs.

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    5-9, 190, 33 waist and Sugoi L fits me like tailor-made.

    They've moved production all over the place. The garments made in Canada are great, Malaysia and Turkey are hit and miss. The pad is always great, though. I've been able to find the RS bibs every now and then for $80, and that's a stone bargain.

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