The Men's Leggero Bib Short from Capo is all new for 2018and are designed to keep you cool and comfortable on the hottest rides. Theconstruction features the familiar 12-panel anatomic design with high levels ofcompression achieved through its high-gauge, low volume Italian Lycra. Itsform-fitting cut produces a slim silhouette that stabilizes muscles reducingthe onset of fatigue caused by jostling over rough roads, enhances recovery,and increases circulation. At the leg openings, seven-centimeter power grip legbands keep the hem firmly in place so they don't deviate from the spot youprescribe at the ride's start and you can focus on putting the power to thepedals and not having to readjust the openings Other details included the all-way stretch bib uppers withlightweight mesh straps and back to keep you cool as the sun beats down and theD4 Evo chamois from Elastic Interface Technology. The chamois' topographyfeatures multi-density, elastic foam padding that supports and cushions sensitiveareas over those long hours in the saddle. On its surface, an ultra-soft,anti-bacterial microfiber provides a super soft touch to the skin whileshielding you from road vibrations and firm saddles.
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