Capo Padrone Aero Bib Short - Men's

Capo Padrone Aero Bib Short - Men's
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Padrone Aero Bib Short - Men's by Capo
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Capo Padrone Aero Bib Short - Men's

If you've been riding in a pair of bibs with more mileage than a used car, it's worth the investment to splurge on a pair of fresh bibs that'll shift your focus from distracting irritation to improving physical endurance. Elevating comfort to realms previously unattainable with your haggard bibs, the Capo Men's Padrone Aero Bib Short lets you focus on performing your best without irritation sapping pedaling ability or shifting your ability to concentrate. It all starts with the 12-panel design, which is a relatively simple, yet decidedly refined affair with its Swiss fabrics. High-gauge Lycra is both lightweight and silky-smooth, supporting hard-working muscles when you're climbing mountain passes and riding briskly with the local club. It's finished with Schoeller's Coldblack, which reflects harsh UV rays from heating up the fabric and consequently, threatening to derail your KOM status when you're pushing uphill in oppressive summer heat. Sitting at the heart and center of this refined bib short, the Anatomic CS EIT chamois uses multi-density elastic foam to reduce the jarring vibration transmitted through your stiff road frame. To maintain a secure fit around each leg, compressive cuffs hold steady while delivering optimal muscle support. Each leg band is finished with a silicone Capo logo for a tasteful hint of signature appeal as you fly down the road.

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