Giro Chrono Sport Short - Women's

Giro Chrono Sport Short - Women's
Giro Chrono Sport Short - Women's
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Chrono Sport Short - Women's by Giro
Not every ride has to be a hammerfest, a snot-bubble TT, or an epic day of QOMs. Sometimes a ride can just be a ride, the kind of day when we leave stressful ambitions at home and are more interested in the arc of a smile and the turn of the cranks than rise and fall of power output graphs while segment hunting. Giro builds the Chrono Sport Shorts for those days, which makes them ideally suited for what so often turn out to be our favorite days in the saddle. The Sport's body is made from a stretchy nylon blend that's shaped to distill the shorts down to the most basic level of long-mile functionality. The material lacks the compression of Giro's top-tier Chrono Pro Shorts, but the shorts are finished with a stretch waist band and Giro's Custom Sport Chamois, details that demonstrate Giro's efforts to privilege comfort over flash.

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