When late-season weather truly becomes inconvenient -- we're talking rain and wind, not just a brisk fall morning -- most kit abandons its sense of tailoring and style to instead address all-out protection from the elements at any cost. It should come as no surprise to you that Giordana eschews this trend, creating the Giordana AV Bib Tight as a stylish way to stay dry and insulated in cooler weather. It starts with renowned SuperRoubaix fabric cut in a form-fitting, cycling-specific silhouette. The stretchy fabric excels at moisture management, and it also features a soft brushed interior that works to maintain a lofted layer of heat next to your skin to keep your muscles warm in cold temperatures. Atop Roubaix, Giordana adds its revamped Acqua Zero membrane, which repels water and wind as you ride and continues to insulate even if a sudden storm hits and causes it to soak through. Even while it repels the elements, the fabric and its additional membranes continue to pull moisture away from your skin as you ride, aiding in temperature management as you climb and descend. Since dim light accompanies rainy days almost exclusively, Giordana also added highly reflect Pixel panels along the lower legs of the tights, aiming to use the movement of your legs to catch the attention of motorists and other road users. Zippered cuffs make getting dressed and undressed a simple endeavor, and Giordana's capable Cirro S Chamois adds anatomically correct support and cushioning, with breathability, as you log mileage for hours along wet roads.
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