Giordana Tenax Pro Bib Short - Men's

Giordana Tenax Pro Bib Short - Men's
$97.47 $149.95 35% off
Tenax Pro Bib Short - Men's by Giordana
Price subject to change | SKU: GIO008F

Giordana Tenax Pro Bib Short - Men's

Impeccable paneling and sleek seam lines are the hallmarks of Giordana's Tenax Pro Men's Bib Shorts. Designed to add some much-needed style to mid-week club rides and Saturday morning showdowns out on the levee, these bib shorts pair perfectly with Giordana's Tenax Pro jerseys to serve as the perfect starting point to build a new favorite kit. Comprised of stretchy yet compressive fabrics, these bib shorts boast a multi-panel design that shapes to your body's curves to move with you comfortably as you turn the pedals. Where lesser garments fall short, the Tenax Pro bibs shine with a blend of tightly spaced stitching across the seams and minimal bulk for a consistently streamlined look. At the hems, soft elastic bands hold the legs in place with a perfectly on-trend, four-millemeter width. Inside the Tenax Pro Bib Shorts, you'll find Giordana's Cirro chamois, a seamless, single-piece insert that features foam padding of varying thicknesses and densities to ensure comfort while minimizing bulk. It's elastic, so it moves and stretches with you as you ride, and then returns to its original shape when you're done. As an added touch, the outer layer of the pad uses a special Nylon microfiber that incorporates aloe vera for its protective and hygienic properties.

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