POC Fondo Bib Short - Men's

POC Fondo Bib Short - Men's
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Fondo Bib Short - Men's by POC
Price subject to change | SKU: POC006I

POC Fondo Bib Short - Men's

Clean lines and Scandinavian minimalism are hallmarks of POC aesthetics, and if your training drawer is looking a little more stretched, ragged, and sweat-stained than you remember after last year, the Fondo Men's Bib Short is a good place to start your upgrade. Inspired by POC's top-end racing kit, the Fondo occupies a price point more courteous to the self-sponsored cyclist, but it was built to withstand high weekly mileage totals. POC constructs the Fondo using four supportive panels, half of what traditional bib shorts usually feature. With a stretchy but contoured nylon/elastane blend, the Fondo achieves a next-to-skin fit that requires fewer seams than traditional eight-panel designs. It also means that the short gives you ample freedom of movement in the saddle while helping to stabilize your muscles and wick moisture. At the leg openings, partial silicone grippers hold hemlines in place as you stand and stretch out in the saddle, ensuring you don't spend the majority of your ride tugging your shorts back into place along your tan lines. POC cuts the bibs with a high waist, catering to riders who enjoy a supportive, rather than minimalist, girdle design. Along the inside, a Fondo chamois lines the short, providing a blend of plush, foam cushioning and slim, minimal seaming that will enable you to stay out for hours without inhibiting your range of motion in the saddle.

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