No stranger to the cycling world, De Marchi's designers are upping their game when it comes to women's performance, and the PT EVO Women's Bibshorts are no exception. Packing in 3D engineering, these bibs offer selective muscle compression that targets specific muscles with support, and claims to boost blood flow for faster recovery and increased comfort when you're hammering through long miles. They are crafted from multi-directional stretch Lycra to enhance your range of motion, and feature minimalist bib straps with mesh construction that aid in moisture transfer when you're pushing up climbs on toasty summer afternoons. To set you up for comfort from bottom to top, the bibs are equipped with De Marchi's Elastic Interface Women's Veloce chamois. This multi-density chamois has a knack for absorbing vibrations from rough roads, without adding uncomfortable bulk to your kit. The top is crafted from a 4-way stretch microfiber that moves with you when you're transferring fore and aft on the bike, allowing you total range of motion when you're out of the saddle hammering up climbs, and vibration-damping comfort when you're soaring down winding canyon roads.
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