Premio means "prize" in Italian which is a fitting name for Castelli's bib short which sits at the top of its podium. Now in its second generation, the Premio 2 Bib Short is the fruit of the years of labor spent working in the lab, on the saddle, and with pros to make the best short even more comfortable. It utilizes high-stretch Forza fabric with a 38-percent Lycra content for a super soft next-to-skin feel with excellent compressive qualities that never feels binding.Its nearly seamless construction is derived from its Body Paint shorts, which debuted a decade ago and ushered in the trend of shorts with reduced seams and refined fits. As such, shorts today are less likely to chafe and are more durable. Handling sitting duties is the renowned Progetto X2 Air Seamless chamois with a new skin care layer and a remarkably soft surface fabric with more stretch that allows Castelli to eliminate the front triangle.No small detail went unnoticed from the new bib construction with a mesh back and a bonded 2-layer bib straps to the new silicone Castelli logos that stretch with the base fabric. A dual-layer lumbar support band keeps the shorts locked in place around the waist while raw-edge leg openings with vertical silicone grippers keep the hem in place during the entire duration of your ride without compensating on the stretch.
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Castelli Premio 2 Bib Short - Men's
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