When temperatures skyrocket on summer days, reach for the Giordana Men's FR-C Pro Lyte Short before heading out the door for a spirited training ride underneath the hot sun. Comprised of a lightweight perforated fabric and an aero dimpled material along its leading edges, the FR-C Pro Lyte Short provides active cooling and a slippery aero profile that cuts down on drag. As part of Giordana's FR-C Pro collection, you'll find this cycling short boasts a streamlined, race-inspired fit that hugs key muscle groups with compressive support, but without inhibiting your movement while pedaling swiftly or bursting out of the saddle in a sprint. As any serious cyclist is well aware, the chamois sits at the heart and center of any pair of cycling shorts. Seeing this particular short aims towards discerning of cyclists, it's equipped with Giordana's Cirro S chamois, which is comprised of open cell foam that aides in ventilated, moisture-wicking comfort. Perhaps its most notable feature is the Copa Mondiale, which is a recessed area in the front of the pad that's uniquely designed for the male anatomy, resulting in a more comfortable fit. The uppermost layer of this chamois uses an aloe-infused microfiber that's both cooling and anti-odor in nature, so you'll remain blissfully comfortable as you ride long distances, even while sweating profusely.
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