7mesh Industries Foundation Bib Short - Men's

7mesh Industries Foundation Bib Short - Men's
$149.95
Foundation Bib Short - Men's by 7mesh Industries
Price subject to change | SKU: SVN0010

7mesh Industries Foundation Bib Short - Men's

Your liner may not be the most glamorous part of your biking kit, and it's probably not something you spend a lot of time getting excited about. As long as it's comfortable, you're happy. 7mesh Industries understands, and it also knows that late season kit almost never comes with a removable liner, so it created the Foundation Men's Bib Short to be your go-to next-to-skin layer when you're suiting up for a cold, rainy day on the roads or trails. Specifically designed to be used with 7mesh's Strata line of knickers and tights, the Foundation works as a liner with just about any set of baggies you want to pair it with. Wheel spray and aggressive rain drops won't stand a chance at sneaking under your shell and soaking you with the Foundation's DWR finish, and the short's polyester knit mesh main body will continuously wick moisture as you warm up in the cold, with minimal seaming to cause chafing. If you do use the liner with 7mesh's Strata kit, it's compatible with the brand's gClip design, which allows you to link a tight with a liner using only one set of bib straps, keeping bulk at a minimum. A plush Elastic Interface chamois provides cushion and support whether you spend 40 frigid minutes on the trails or log a long endurance-building ride on the roads.

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