Scott Endurance +++ Bib Short - Men's

Scott Endurance +++ Bib Short - Men's
Scott Endurance +++ Bib Short - Men's
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Endurance +++ Bib Short - Men's by Scott
Fellow cyclists often speculate how you stay on your bike for so long without walking away sore. They'll stay behind you no matter how many miles you plug, but their behinds always make them walk funny as soon as they get off the pedals. Your secret to success is either really hard-butted genes or the Scott Men's Endurance +++ Bib Short. Since the Endurance boasts Scott's softest, cushiest chamois available, your friends are starting to realize your tush isn't as hard as you'd like them to think. Scott's +++ Pro chamois has a road-specific construction with the proper padding, impact-absorption, and breathability in places you want it most. Scott made the short out of stretchy, breathable fabrics for summer rides. The mesh bib feels well-ventilated and discrete under jerseys, and the short's sun protection makes sure your thighs don't burn like your calves. The Endurance also features silicone grippers to keep the short in place from mile one to mile one hundred.

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