Pinarello Strada Bib Short - Women's

Pinarello Strada Bib Short - Women's
Pinarello Strada Bib Short - Women's
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Strada Bib Short - Women's by Pinarello
Whether you're pedaling around the scenic countryside or rolling around your neighborhood boulevards, the Pinarello Women's Strada Bib Short strikes the right balance between aesthetic appeal and supportive comfort. Italian-sourced fabrics are both lightweight and supportive, with a higher degree of stretch for laying down the hammer on straights and climb up steep hillsides. Signature details and whirling color accents pop vividly, bringing stand-out style to your everyday jaunts and longer rides on the weekends. This particular version of the Strada Bib retains upright stability with its wide straps, meaning you'll ride longer and farther with greater support. The multi-thickness chamois is perforated for quicker drying, so you'll find relief from the sweat-soaked feel of other cycling shorts. And to retain security, the silicone leg grippers prevent the bottoms from annoyingly riding up as you pedal at a brisk cadence.

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SKU: PIN004A
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