Louis Garneau Course Race 2 Bib Short - Men's

Louis Garneau Course Race 2 Bib Short - Men's
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Course Race 2 Bib Short - Men's by Louis Garneau
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Louis Garneau Course Race 2 Bib Short - Men's

As implied by their name, Louis Garneau's Course Race 2 Men's Bib Shorts are the pole position of a line of cycling clothing designed for the competitive cyclist. With a construction of compressive, fatigue-limiting CB Gladiator and CB Lazer Rev, you'll be able to comfortably stay on course by producing the watts you need for a new PR. Both materials are also treated with Coldblack, so they actually reflect the majority of the sun's energy, which would otherwise translate to body heat. The shorts are kept in place with Kite Mesh bibs with a racer back design that adds just the right amount of confident feel so you can forget the fit of your shorts and worry about who's sneaking off the front of the peloton. The legs are secured with a laser-finished hem for a fit that lies flat from waist to leg opening. The Race 2's 5Motion chamois is also the top of LG's line, and it uses irritation-free Beveled Edge Molding to smooth the transitions between its different strata of high-density foam. The odor-resistance surface material stretches to move with you instead of against you, and a central channel relieves pressure on your perineum for saddle-contact comfort that matches the shorts' wicking, compression, and breathability.

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