Named after the Italian word for very speedy, it's only fitting that the Castelli Men's Velocissimo IV Bib Short keeps you pedaling swiftly across long distances without scratchy irritation, overheating issues, or chafing slowing you down. Full mesh bibs provide breathable support and stability and raw-cut leg endings remain faithfully in place with vertical silicone grippers that won't pinch your legs like some elastic leg bands. Castelli uses a new anatomical shape for the patterning of the bib short. The new shape moves the stitching away from sensitive areas that usually succumb to irritation after long hours in the saddle. This way, you can ride all day long without annoying irritation or scratchiness holding you back, especially considering the fantastic KISS Air chamois plushly supporting your undercarriage. Castelli's KISS Air chamois is comprised of dual-density foam that's lined with a seamless, dimpled microfiber that moves sweat off your skin to reduce discomfort. The chamois tapers from 14 to 4 millimeters in thickness, being thicker in the rear, then tapering off towards the front and sides. What this does is take the pressure off sensitive tissue areas, but without feeling like you're wearing a bulky pad that's prone to restricting your range of motion.
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