Giro Chrono Expert Thermal Bib Tight - Men's

Giro Chrono Expert Thermal Bib Tight - Men's
$179.95
Chrono Expert Thermal Bib Tight - Men's by Giro
Price subject to change | SKU: GIR00ES

Giro Chrono Expert Thermal Bib Tight - Men's

The right piece of kit can make a world of difference in the quality of a ride. When it is bitterly cold out, we definitely have our go-to pieces. Having the correct clothing to battle the elements often means the difference between us going out on a training ride or bowing out and staying indoors. Giro continues their well thought-out line of winter apperal with the Chrono Expert Thermal Bib Tight and we have loged some serious mileage in them. One of our favorite features of these tights is the windblock center panel. It kept us plenty warm while still allowing for a certain souplesse in our legs that we normally don't get from tights containing a stiffer windblocking membrane. Italian thermal fabric pampered our legs and the DWR treatment kept of legs dry despite wheel spray from slushy roads. Three mesh cargo pockets add additional storage for extra garments or food so often needed in cooler conditions. Reflective logo and highlights make motorists take note of heroic efforts while riding in fleeting light. Chrono CyTech Expert chamois had us pedaling in comfort from the first pedal stroke to the last. Ankle zips allow for easy install and removal especially with thicker, winter socks. About the only thing we could complain about with these tights from Giro is that they don't wash themselves between rides.

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