The designers at De Marchi know that when cyclists begin searching for their next pair of go-to bib shorts, muscle support and saddle comfort are always at the top of the list. The updated Veloce Men's Bib Short checks these boxes in true Italian fashion with a carefully selected blend of compressive fabrics and a redesigned chamois to keep you feeling and looking sharp on the road. The foundation of the Veloce is De Marchi's Contour 2. 0 fit, which is designed to support your muscles and allow you to generate increased pedal force with less fatigue. To achieve this, De Marchi selected fabrics of varying weights and elasticities and engineered them to wrap around the legs, which reduces fatigue-causing muscle vibration, while encouraging "springback," or efficient return to a natural position. The panels are also designed with an ergonomic shape and finished with a micofiber-and-gel leg gripper, so they won't ride up or bunch uncomfortably. Inside the shorts, Elastic Interface's N-Duro chamois provides stretchy, targeted cushioning for your sensitive areas. Its high-density foam is laid out in dual half-moon patterns, which gives you support where you need it and space where you don't, and the whole package is finished with a soft, odor-resistant microfiber lining. The Veloce also boasts SPF 50+ sun protection and reflective details to help keep you visible in low-light conditions.
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De Marchi Veloce Bib Short - Men's
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