suspenders? before you think I'm kidding, I use a pair of ski suspenders in the wintertime with the particular "tights" I have that have a stupid high waist that doesn't cinch well.Actually, the issue is that the baggy shorts are dropping. I wear a G-Form MTB Compression shorts with padding (for protection against falls). This needs an outer-garment and with baggy shorts, the cinch point is always the waist which makes it just as uncomfortable as shorts are versus bib shorts.
Maybe I just need a onesie.
I invested in a bunch of 7Mesh stuff this year. Not inexpensive, but no regrets. They may have beat you with your idea…I'd prefer a baggy over an indoor trainer style bib for summer. The airflow is good for the jewels.
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I'm aware of 7mesh. What I'm trying to get made isn't just the indoor bib with baggy shorts but a complete garmentI invested in a bunch of 7Mesh stuff this year. Not inexpensive, but no regrets. They may have beat you with your idea…
I know this is not addressing the OP's question, but I agree with the shorts over bibs suggestions.
My hot weather go-to bibs are these (obviously with shorts over top, unless you like the drag queen look):
Foundation is an immensely comfortable base bib, built to cushion and support beneath outer shorts on local trails, and while taking in new terrain over multi-day trips.7mesh.com
For shorter rides, I also have these (under shorts), which are shockingly good:
Both options are incredible when combined with these lighter than air, tougher than nails outer shorts:
Farside Short Long Farside Long features a light and durable high-stretch fabric that wicks fast and won't feel clingy, no matter how high the temperature climbs. Storage comes in the form of two classic hand pockets and a well-placed zippered pocket perf7mesh.com
I also have these cargo bibs but these are reserved for cooler weather (with or without shorts over them).
I have running bibs with baggies for over a dacade. Just get some safety pins and pin the shorts to the bibs so the baggies don't fall down. I put some duct tape where I'm going to pin the shorts to the baggies. I don't care about holes because I always used retired road bibs.Is there such a thing a MTB baggy bib shorts with water-resistant/tear-resistant fabric?
My Patagonia shorts have looped snaps to connnect to bibs. So do a bunch of Fox shorts I have.I have running bibs with baggies for over a dacade. Just get some safety pins and pin the shorts to the bibs so the baggies don't fall down. I put some duct tape where I'm going to pin the shorts to the baggies. I don't care about holes because I always used retired road bibs.