Louis Garneau Mondo Evo Bib Short - Women's

Louis Garneau Mondo Evo Bib Short - Women's
Louis Garneau Mondo Evo Bib Short - Women's
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Mondo Evo Bib Short - Women's by Louis Garneau
You spent your winter on the rollers, and headed outside for hill sprints as soon as weather permitted, and we'll go ahead and say it -- you've earned it. To keep you striving forward, we recommend rewarding your commitment with the cream-of-the-crop in kit selections, like Louis Garneau's Mondo Evo Bib Shorts. The Mondo Evo shorts are far from an afterthought, and Garneau's designers make that apparent with their 10-panel fit, shaped differently to support you with aerodynamics and compression, so you don't have to think about your kit, and can focus on the podium ahead. Like their predecessors, the Mondo Evo Bibs incorporate the advanced Cell-Ion Fabric to handle fit and compression. Cell-Ion contains Celliant, the ground-breaking technology that returns reflected energy to the body to trigger increased blood flow and oxygen levels. The result is improved performance, less fatigue, and greater overall comfort. It also has the effect of providing UPF 50-rated protection from UV exposure, which is key on long summer rides where waterproof sunscreen doesn't stand a chance. Cell-Ion is made with 17% stretch material, which is significantly more than most basic knits. And it's not just any stretch material, but premium Invista Lycra, which is the key to the shorts' unlimited range of motion, exceptional return, and compressive, supportive fit that also helps reduce fatigue. Louis Garneau used Carbon X Mesh panels on the bib and straps, where airflow is essential to performance. The textured mesh won't stick to your back and creates a cooling zone between your skin and the fabric. This technical fabric also features Resistex carbon fiber for its antistatic properties as well to enhance controlled stretch and sun protection. The Mondo Evo Bib Shorts also incorporate wide Aero Lazer bands at the thighs to hold the hems in place without grippers, which we pretty much require from any short we ride these days. This fabric features a high spandex content to support musc...

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