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This is not a winter cycling tight. This is not a knicker. This is the MVP: so good you might just bench your other players.
The Most Versatile Pant is just that: versatile. It is an ankle-length bib pant designed to take you through long months of transitional weather. Perfect for SoCal winters, NorCal summers, and everything in between, the MVP is meant to be worn anywhere from 50-75 degrees F. We think dressing for the cooler months should be just as simple as dressing for summer: bibs or pants, jersey, and vest or jacket. Easy.
We wanted to innovate how you kit up for a long ride. The MVP opens up a whole new world of wearing kit as off-the-bike attire. Riding to meet friends for coffee or dinner? The MVP transitions seamlessly to "real life" and might just have people asking where you got your new leggings. We think bike-style and life-style should be interchangeable.
- Features the same chamois and bodice-fit of your favorite Endurance Bib.
- High-performance European fabric for ultimate moisture wicking.
- Mesh inserts for ultimate breathability.
- The same compression you love in your bibs creates a lean, streamlined silhouette.
- Locking zippered ankles make the MVP easy to put on and still maintain compression around the ankle.
- Fabric is UPF 50+
- 27" inseam creates a flattering ankle length fit on taller riders, and full length on petite riders.
A snug fit is crucial to performance!
If you are under 5'-3" tall we recommend sizing down.
If you are over 6' tall, you may need to size up.
Amber is wearing a size Small and is:
5'11" / bust 35" / waist 25" / hips 36"
Judah is wearing size XXX-Large and is:
5'9" / bust 49" / waist 42" / hips 52"
Check out our Fit Guide for more detailed instructions, or pop your measurements into our fit calculator for a personalized recommendation!
To get the longest life out of your garment, we recomend washing in cold water with a mild detergent and hanging it to dry. If you need to toss it in the dryer in a pinch, that's okay! Just keep this to a minimum. Overtime, heat can degrade the yar, resulting in lost compression and durability.
All orders are shipped free within the US, and will include a pre-paid return label for easy returns and exchanges at no cost to you.
If ordering from outside of the US, be sure to check local duties and taxes. Machines does not cover this cost and rates vary country to country.
For international returns, please use the carrier of your choice and return to 1475 S 5070 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84104
For cycling bibs and shorts, the HIP MEASUREMENT is the most crucial factor. Measure around the WIDEST POINT of the hips/bum. If you are between sizes or petite (5'3" or under), we recommend SIZING DOWN for a compressive fit. A snug fit is crucial to performance. Check out our FIT GUIDE for more detailed instructions, or pop your measurements into the fit calculator above for a personalized recommendation! (Please note, the fit guide requires chest, waist and hip measurements.)
I’m 5’8,160lbs, and pear-shaped. I ordered a size medium (I’m normally a size 8 jean) and the fit is very snug. They’re very comfortable when cycling and I plan to buy another pair!
I'd never spent so much on garment used for a hobby before, so I was a little hesitant when I bought this bib. Surely it wasn't THAT great, right?
Oh honey, pull up a chair.
I was impressed when I put it on because it felt so nice. I mean the fabric just felt luscious against the palms of my hands when I ran them over my legs and the cut was so flattering! Still, the acid test would be a 25 mile ride we were taking this morning. How would my backside feel? The chamois felt thinner than the pad in my pair I'd purchased cheap from an-online-store-named-after-a-rainforest.
I really was amazed. The bibs felt great even after the twentieth mile. No chafing or rubbing, and the chamois gave me the padding I needed in the tender spots. Though the fabric was thick, I didn't feel overly-warm even on this summer day. But what *really* astounded me was that they stood up to a tumble I took into a ditch. They protected my skin from the thorny bushes and muddy ground and they weren't even damaged afterward.
I have worn the Machines For Freedom bib exclusively for years and have had my eyes set on The Most Versatile Pant for a long time. The unpredictable nature of Rocky Mountain weather prompted me to finally make the purchase. I've only worn them once (and was super glad I had them) and as expected I couldn't be more pleased with them. They have the amazingly perfect MFF compression fit and the quality is, as always, superb. The MFF The Most Versatile Pant is a must for every cyclist who faces inclement weather.
I was hoping that a 3XL would fit, but alas it was not to be. I'll be watching to see if a 4XL appears later.