Part of Giordana's Moda collection of artistically-enhanced cycling apparel, the Women's Moda FR-C Pro Bib Short maximizes individual expression while providing a sleek and supportive fit. This particular version of the Moda FR-C Pro Bib Short features Dolomiti graphics that pop with subtle flair as you rack up miles. Giordana offers a matching FR-C Pro Jersey if you want the complete kit. It's made with muscle-supporting 220-gram Lycra with a 50 thread count for the softest possible feel. Lycra provides the basis for the short's body-hugging fit, but without sacrificing your freedom of movement in the saddle. In conjunction with this supportive Lycra, Giordana uses an anti-abrasion seat panel, alongside an Ametista Carbon waist panel and breathable bib straps for temperature regulation. Sitting heart and center of this professional-grade bib short, the Women's Cirro OmniForm chamois uses an aloe infusion that cools your lower body, protects you from abrasion, and prevents the growth of odor-causing bacteria. This variable thickness chamois soaks up jarring vibration when you're pedaling over broken pavement and pushing yourself over long distances with its plush memory foam core. Another neat feature is the waffled texture within the memory foam itself, which increases its ventilation capabilities and ability to disperse moisture.
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