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MAAP Apex Deep Winter bibtight review

MAAP Apex Deep Winter bibtight review

If you’ve read any of my other cycling kit reviews lately it may have become apparent that I’ve been putting the hours in to test winter kit. This has meant spending many a mile in the cold seeing how winter kit performs when it has too. 

The MAAP Apex Deep Winter Bibtights are the Australian brand’s heavyweight offering to combat the winter cold and are priced at £295 / $390 sitting at the more expensive end of the bib tight price range, although you may be able to find them cheaper online from various retailers. The Apex is the bigger brother to the lighter-weight Team Evo Thermal bib tight. 

The Apex tights are heavier weight bibtights designed at withstanding the worst the winter can throw at them. They have a rough temperature guide range from MAAP of -10C/14F-10C/50F. MAAP describe them as being for the committed cyclist who doesn’t let the weather get in the way of their training or riding. The Apex is a similar bib tight to the Rapha Pro Team Winter which you can find in our best winter bib tights guide

MAAP Apex winter bibtights being worn with a black long sleeve base layer

The Apex bib straps are wide and comfortable  (Image credit: Future)

Specifications: MAAP Apex Deep Winter Tight

Price: £295 / $390 / €325
Materials:  Main: 45% Polyester / 45% Polyamide 10% Elastane. Contrast Panel: 78% Polyamid, 22% Elastane
Available sizes: XS-XXL
Colours: Black / Navy 

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