De Marchi Veloce 2.0 Bib Short - Men's

De Marchi Veloce 2.0 Bib Short - Men's
De Marchi Veloce 2.0 Bib Short - Men's
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Veloce 2.0 Bib Short - Men's by De Marchi
De Marchi's Veloce 2. 0 redesigns the first version to reduce seams, increasing the compressive benefits and comfort of these all-around bib shorts. Designed with the endurance rider in mind, the Veloce 2. 0 bibs are ready for long rides whether road or gravel. De Marchi uses the highly durable Lycra Sport fabric to wrap around the legs, which reduces fatigue-causing muscle vibration. Stretch mesh bib straps ensure freedom of movement and lay flat under your jersey to maintain comfort over many miles. The Elastic Interface Paris HP insert uses varying densities and thicknesses of padding with smooth transitions between to optimize comfort for ultra-endurance riding. The perforated front of the insert draws cool air through the interior to provide needed cooling to wick moisture through the fabric.

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