Take a radical departure from ordinary cycling apparel with the stunning Italian design of the Capo Men's Fresco SL Bib Short. This special-edition bib short commemorates the prestigious Tour of California, which stretches from the sun-drenched shores of San Diego to the rolling vineyards of Santa Rosa. The 12-panel design conforms to your body without restricting movement on spirited climbs or causing irritation when you're sprinting, making it well suited for long-distance jaunts and high-cadence efforts. Schoeller Evo+ Lycra SPF fabric provides a high degree of compression for enhanced blood circulation to hard-working muscles. This fabric easily stretches for uninhibited pedaling, so you never have to hold back on spirited club rides or weekend races. UV protection prevents scorching rays from penetrating through the fabric and burning your skin, especially when you're riding along sunny coastal byways and exposed stretches at high altitudes. Stretch mesh bibs bolster the short while maintaining breathability and body-conforming stretch. 360-degree Luminescence compression leg bands prevent the bottoms from riding up with a subtle silicone grip. Their highly reflective appearance pops brilliantly when you're riding long after the sun crests below the horizon. And to blissfully conform to your body, the Anatomic CS EIT chamois encompasses multi-density elastic foam that dissipates jarring road vibration from causing fatigue. This premium chamois has a soft, antibacterial microfiber surface that prevents odor buildup while keeping you comfortable mile after mile.
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