As winter weather starts knocking at the door, so do cold temps, shorter days, and subsequently, low-light conditions. So, prepare yourself for all of the above when hitting the road in the cold seasons with the Giordana FR-C Pro Reflective Bib Tight. Constructed out of Super Roubaix materials with a focus on comfort, quality, and reflectivity, these tights' thermal fabric has a brushed interior that is soft to touch and retains precious body warmth while riding in cold weather, without compromising mobility. Super Roubaix Carbon is also featured in the Core Contour System and from the knees down to the ankles, wrapping internal organs and your lower body with protective carbon to delay the onset of fatigue. The FR-C Pro bib uppers are stretchy, breathable, and stabilizing to keep everything well-support and well-ventilated, while the Cirro S chamois absorbs harsh chatter and impact on the road, which is usually amplified in winter months. Giordana placed Pixel reflective fabric on the inside calf and the rear panels to increase your visibility, and then also gave the ankle zippers a reflective design to even further help you stay seen on the road.
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