In years past we welcomed Giro's take on women's bib shorts that took our anatomy into consideration, and this year's Chrono Expert Halter Bib Shorts keep carrying the design strong. We've had enough of wrestling with kits amid nature breaks, and dealing with uncomfortable buckles that dig into our sternum, and the unique halter approach to bibs doesn't fall short of making our life easier. The Chrono Expert Halter Bib Shorts continue that trend up top, but take things a step further by also taking our environmental considerations seriously, and bringing in Renew Series fabrics made from recycled materials to add sustainability to our kits. Renew Series still maintains the same compressive and supportive properties as new fibers do, but with the added benefit of reducing the impact on the planet. The shorts feature compressive nylon and elastane to provide muscle support and breathable comfort, while the mesh bibs offer unbeatable cooling and moisture management during warm-weather rides. Just as important, the women-specific Renew Series Chrono Expert chamois is designed anatomically, and provides lightweight and breathable cushioning to make your long rides roll by even more smoothly. A radio pocket in back lets you securely stow keys, an ID, and other small necessities, while reflective elements increase visibility to other roads users in low-light conditions.
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Giro Chrono Expert Halter Bib Short - Women's
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