We're usually all about visibility when we're out on the road, but the truth is the Men's Citizen Camo Bib Short from Capo looks so good, we're willing to bend the rules a little bit. Besides, the reflective accents and logo help add visibility if anything is lost to the camo print. The designed in California, made in Italy Citizen bib short is built for those long rides and its 8-panel construction hugs your body with high-gauge Schoeller Evo+ Swiss Lycra offering optimized compression which increases circulation so you'll recover quicker between efforts and prevent premature fatigue. Additionally, the material helps block out the sun's UV rays so the skin that's covered is better protected and you stay cooler. Up top, the 360-degree, stretchy, mesh microfiber bib upper keeps the short in place while in the cycling position without affecting your range of motion as you move about in the saddle, and is highly breathable. Further keeping the fit in check and boasting even more compression properties are the 7-centimeter lower grip leg band panels at the leg openings. The all-important chamois duties are handled by the D4 Evo Elastic Interface Technology insert. It features multi-density elastic foam to cushion the road chatter and a super soft, anti-bacterial microfiber face fabric providing unprecedented comfort on your most heroic days.
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