Sportful Bodyfit Pro LTD Bib Short - Men's

Sportful Bodyfit Pro LTD Bib Short - Men's
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Bodyfit Pro LTD Bib Short - Men's by Sportful
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Sportful Bodyfit Pro LTD Bib Short - Men's

Stripped down to its simplest form, the Sportful Men's Bodyfit Pro LTD Bib Short removes all superfluous materials and excess bulk for a streamlined, supportive fit that's ideal for training and high-level racing. AeroFlow Compress along the thighs bolsters compressive stability while maintaining a slippery profile that cuts through the breeze with every pedal stroke forward. 220-gram Lycra maintains optimal levels of compression along hard-working muscle groups while promoting full range of motion for laying down the hammer on sprints and cranking furiously up steep mountain grades. This 10-panel bib short employs flat-lock stitching for a smooth on-skin feel without the scratchy, irritating sensation of traditional stitching. One of its standout features is Sportful's TC chamois, which stands for Total Comfort. This variable thickness chamois is 13 millimeters at its thickest point, comprised of low-density urethane that absorbs jarring oscillations from fatiguing riding efforts. Its dimpled surface rapidly wicks and disperses perspiration, meaning you won't feel like you're riding in a wet, clammy chamois. Another comfort-enhancing feature, Press-to-Zero edge finishing virtually eliminates chafing from the equation, which is something that's common with a cheaper chamois.

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