While De Marchi's Perfecto Bib Shorts have long been staples in our cycling wardrobe, there are days when the mercury soars and we yearn for something just as comfortable, but a little lighter. Enter the Perfecto Light Bib Shorts -- De Marchi's newest gift to those of us who crave the familiar Perfecto comfort, but with a weight, and fabric reduction. The Perfecto Light bibs shed 30% in weight above the traditional Perfecto by utilizing lighter fabrics, and a slimmer chamois. Anatomic modeling allows the designers to craft the bibs with selective compression on muscle groups, while different materials follow your leg movements through every phase of the pedal stroke, giving just the right amount of support, whether you're in your power zone, or dead spot. Just as we have come to expect, De Marchi employs its extensive expertise and Italian eye for detail into the Perfecto Light Bibs. This starts with the meticulously woven fabrics that panel your thighs, offering generous stretch, and exceptional wicking properties to keep you cool when the temperatures soar into the triple-digits. De Marchi's exclusive Elastic Interface CRM-Light chamois offers support from below, with perforated high-density foam that soaks up jarring vibrations when the pavement is less than perfect. The hems are finished off with oversized reflective leg grippers, with integral gel stripes to add an extra level of hold on the fit, and up top, seamless bib straps secure things in place without cutting in.
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De Marchi Perfecto Light Bib Short - Men's
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