Craft Glow Bib Short - Women's

Craft Glow Bib Short - Women's
$149.99
Glow Bib Short - Women's by Craft
Price subject to change | SKU: CRA009W

Craft Glow Bib Short - Women's

You have an endurance-building long ride coming up and you've just realized the afternoon is beginning to flirt with triple-digit temperatures. There's no going back now. Instead of languishing on the couch in the A/C, get out on the roads for the workout you planned with the Craft Glow Bib Short. Though Craft made its name with gear for high-intensity activity in cold weather, the brand switched gears with the Glow, turning its attention to the equally challenging temperatures at the other end of the spectrum. Designed with hot temperatures in mind, the Glow still uses the supportive Lycra construction that most high-end bibs trust, but it features an additional Coldblack fabric treatment to lessen the Lycra's absorption of UV rays. This both protects your skin against damage from the sun, while lessening the amount of heat absorbed when you have no choice but to pedal along exposed road shoulders, searching for shade. Craft also wisely included a hook closure at the bib straps, so when you're 30 miles into a 50 mile day, a quick detour to answer nature's call won't cost you valuable ride time. A supportive Infinity C1 chamois gives you freedom to stay out as long as you want -- so you can detour to hit that lemonade stand you passed on the way out once more on the way home without any discomfort.

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