Etxeondo Entzun Sport Bib Short - Men's

Etxeondo Entzun Sport Bib Short - Men's
$113.36 $161.95 30% off
Entzun Sport Bib Short - Men's by Etxeondo
Price subject to change | SKU: ETX0016

Etxeondo Entzun Sport Bib Short - Men's

Occupying a price point that's inviting to the self-sponsored cyclist, the Etxeondo Entzun Sport Bib Short uses the same Power System 1. 2 Lycra blend and impeccably tailored fit as its pricier siblings to provide light compression on everyday rides. The moisture-wicking blend aims to minimize the fatiguing effects of road vibrations on muscles that are already working hard while holding its shape without bunching or stretching during long or short days on your favorite training routes. Ideal for your weekly shop rides or a weekend Fondo, the Entzun features the same one-piece bib design as the Team Edition bib shorts, enabling the precisely cut straps to lie flat and stay in place underneath a jersey while working to subtly wick moisture away from your skin. The elastic leg bands enjoy a classic width without relying on bulky materials to stay secure, and Etxeondo lines the inside of the short with its Gain chamois to cushion and support you on everything from chip-sealed shoulders to smooth stretches of tarmac. The Gain separates itself from Etxeondo's other inserts with a specific focus on pressure relief, pairing double-density foam with strategic cutouts for riders who benefit from relief in the saddle as much as all-over cushioning. The foam itself, as well as the fabric that covers it, consistently wicks moisture away from your skin as you pedal, and remains stretchy and resistant to odors while you ride.

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