Louis Garneau Providence Chamois Bib Tight - Women's

Louis Garneau Providence Chamois Bib Tight - Women's
Louis Garneau Providence Chamois Bib Tight - Women's
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Providence Chamois Bib Tight - Women's by Louis Garneau
As the temperatures drop and the elements start to seem even more harsh, suit up for your ride in the Louis Garneau Providence Chamois Bib Tights. This full-length layer features a synthetic knit designed to wick away moisture and retain your body heat, while the face fabric has a DWR treatment to help it resist light precipitation. Four-way stretch construction ensures that the Providence moves with you, and the bib design is contoured to keep it out of your way even in your most aggressive stance. A women-specific chamois absorbs vibration to minimize fatigue and keep you comfortable in the saddle. Articulated knees and ankle grippers round out the tights, minimizing the bunching and chafing that comes from excess fabric shifting as you ride.

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