FR-C Pro Reflective Bib Tight - Women's by Giordana
Cold weather, shorter days, and subsequently, low-light conditions all come along with the transition from early autumn to the winter months. Here to keep you happily in the saddle through the aforementioned changes, Giordana's FR-C Pro Reflective Bib Tights tag along on frigid rides with a focus on comfort, quality, and reflectivity. Made from Super Roubaix, these tights' thermal fabric retains precious body heat, wicks sweat, moves with you, and has a brushed interior for next-to-skin softness. Then, Super Roubaix Carbon in the Core Contour System, as well as from the knees down to the ankles, completely wraps your internal organs and lower body with protective carbon to prevent fatigue from setting in too early on. Stretchy, breathable, and stabilizing bib uppers keep everything well-supported and ventilated with a women's-specific design, while the Cirro S chamois soaks up impact on the road, which can feel worse in winter temperatures. Keeping you visible, Giordana paired Pixel reflective fabric on the inside calf and the rear panels with reflective ankle zippers to help you stay seen by motorists on the road.
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