Designed for the pros, made just for you, the Giordana FR-C Pro collection consistently sets the bar for technical advancement and these Bib Tights are no exception. They use a combination of innovative tech and performance fabrics to contour perfectly to your body, forming a second skin that not only makes every movement natural and comfortable, but also adapts to your output and bolster support where you need it. Stretchable, breathable, and stabilizing bib uppers keep your chest wrapped in wicking and well-ventilated comfort, while HC50 High Compression Power Lycra has the properties and material structure of a compressive power Lycra, yet its soft and supple feel provides a barely there sensation on the bike. Windproof front panels offer optimal protection even in the colder climates, and the Ametista Core Contour System uses carbon threads to fight bacteria and electro-static interference, as well as boost comfort. A Cirro Chamois gives you impact-absorbing protection that smoothes out what would otherwise be painful chatter to keep you riding happily all-day long. Plus, the ankles help maintain fit with zippers that let you unzip to pull the tights on over your feet but then zip closed to help eliminate any gaps
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