De Marchi PT Contour 2.0 Short - Women's

De Marchi PT Contour 2.0 Short - Women's
De Marchi PT Contour 2.0 Short - Women's
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PT Contour 2.0 Short - Women's by De Marchi
The peloton at the weekend races distracts with flashy graphics and logos splashed across jersey and shorts. For the self-sponsored cyclist, De Marchi's PT Contour 2. 0 Shorts let your riding speak for itself, in a non-bib design for easier layering and greater comfort in hot weather. Mid-weight Lycra crafted in an 8-panel short delivers that subtle compression we need to help reduce muscle fatigue, so we can ride harder for more miles. On the interior of the bib, an Elastic Interface Women's Adriatico chamois provides the cushioning needed for long rides and races, with a central construction to improve stability on your saddle during sprints and aggressive efforts. Soft leg grippers keep the shorts in place, so you can spend less time fussing and more time chasing down the break.

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