Giordana SilverLine Knickers - Women's

Giordana SilverLine Knickers - Women's
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SilverLine Knickers - Women's by Giordana
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Giordana SilverLine Knickers - Women's

The product of three decades of refinement, the Giordana Women's SilverLine Knicker is an extremely versatile piece, bringing soft-wearing warmth to brisk morning jaunts and chilly evening rides. It's a great addition to your cycling wardrobe if you're seeking lightweight insulation for transitional seasons, such as spring and fall. Realizing that not everyone prefers to wear bib straps, Giordana incorporated a wide, yoga-style waistline to bolster additional support without unneeded straps. Giordana's classic fit strikes an ideal balance between flexibility and compressive support, stabilizing key muscle groups without restricting pedaling movement. Smooth-wearing microfiber along the front, rear, and legs insulates you from heat-robbing breezes and cooler temperatures. This ultra-soft fabric actively wicks moisture off your body, meaning you won't overheat when you're steadily pushing up steep grades or hammering away on fast-paced rides. Ultra-fine mesh along the back of the knee boosts breathability where it's needed most. Sitting at the heart of this knicker, the Cirro S-W chamois features permanently infused Aloe Verra that cools, protects, and promotes healing in the saddle. 4. 5-centimeter leg cuffs of soft, woven elastic ensure a secure fit without restricting pedaling movement. Plus, reflective striping along the back of the legs enhances visibility to passing traffic when you're riding after dark.

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