Nalini Aeprolight Bib Short 1 - Men's

Nalini Aeprolight Bib Short 1 - Men's
Nalini Aeprolight Bib Short 1 - Men's
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Aeprolight Bib Short 1 - Men's by Nalini
Stay cool through hot summer rides with the Nalini Men's Aeprolight Bib Short 1. Made from fabrics designed to sweep moisture away and resist abrasion, these bib shorts are a durable and highly functional addition to any cycling wardrobe. Nalini fashions the Aeprolight from its Hot Moa XLight fabric and utilizes its Moa Mantodry treatment to enhance the fabric's moisture-wicking properties for exceptional breathability. This fabric also boasts a Moa High Tenacity treatment, which consists of a double-weave patterning in the yarns that increases abrasion resistance and durability. The uppers are made with stretchy paneling and mesh inserts to comfortably accommodate a wide range of rider heights. The Aeprolight Bib Shorts feature Nalini's Xrace Man chamois to keep you riding in comfort over the miles. Nalini uses multi-density and multi-thickness padding with strategically placed gel cushioning to provide optimal protection and support without unnecessary bulk.

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SKU: NAL000Z
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