De Marchi may have taken its time when crafting the women's version of the Perfecto Bib Short, but we like to think that practice makes perfect, and our patience was truly rewarded. If you're familiar with the Italian brand's history, chances are we don't have to tell you about the rich heritage, performance construction, high-end Italian craftsmanship, or iconic cut that the Perfecto Bibs have offered for years -- but with the newest model we find it tailored specifically for us, contouring to our hips, and using a chamois designed to support our most sensitive anatomy. De Marchi uses its iconic cut, paired with selective compression that maps its way across key muscle groups through 3D anatomic modeling, using different materials to follow leg movements in all phases of pedaling. This means whether you're out of the saddle mashing up a steep climb, or cruising in the flats, you'll feel supported by these meticulously designed bibs. On top, a breathable woven mesh is used to shed weight and allow perspiration to be quickly wicked away, while wide bib straps support and remain comfortable for long days on the bike. To support you underneath, a multi-density women's-specific chamois is employed that cushions your sit bones, and moves with you thanks to its soft, elastic interface. The bibs are finished off with oversized reflective grippers at the hem, with integral gel strips to lock your fit in place.
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De Marchi Perfecto Bib Short - Women's
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