Louis Garneau Neo Power Knicker - Women's

Louis Garneau Neo Power Knicker - Women's
$69.95
Neo Power Knicker - Women's by Louis Garneau
Price subject to change | SKU: LGN00FN

Louis Garneau Neo Power Knicker - Women's

The Louis Garneau Women's Neo Power Knicker seamlessly transitions from runs around the neighborhood to multi-hour rides with its chamois-less design. The lack of an integrated chamois allows you to layer it over your padded cycling shorts in cooler weather or wear it as a standalone piece for high-octane fitness and running. This adaptability really sets the Neo Power Knicker apart from others on the market, making it one of the most versatile pieces in your cycling and running collection. The Neo Power Knicker is comprised of a mixture of compressive panels and breathable fabrics, allowing for muscle stabilization and cool-wearing comfort as you work up a sweat. Power + Lycra is one of LG's most popular compressive fabrics, used primarily to support hard-working muscles and retain its shape over time. This compressive fabric is used in conjunction with Endurexx, which is both soft-wearing and stretchy. LG then employs Power Mesh in strategic zones to aide in temperature regulation. To stabilize and support this knicker, the Powerband waist distributes pressure over a wider area for a flattering fit without pinching. Smooth flatlock seams eliminate the scratchy sensation inherent to traditional seams, especially considering its compressive fit. There's even a hidden pocket within the waistband for storing small items, such as your cash and keys.

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