Grinding it out across lengthy distances and entering gran fondos is especially tiresome and grueling, demanding a pair of expertly engineered bib shorts designed to go the distance without leading to uncomfortable irritation or a lack of support. Realizing this very need for endurance events and lengthy century rides, Mavic developed the Women's Sequence Pro Bib Short to expertly support hard-working muscle groups when you're pushing yourself across distances you never thought you'd complete on two wheels. It's tailored to long-distance efforts with an Italian high-density fabric that wraps your hard-working muscle groups, so you won't succumb to fatigue when you're only half-way through a big day in the mountains or an ambitious gran fondo. Mavic places an Ergo 3D Women's chamois to absorb jarring vibration over broken pavement and provide plentiful support in the saddle across long distances. This chamois is not only anatomically contoured to a woman's body, but it's comprised of three different densities of Ortholite foam for optimal levels of padding and full mobility. Besides being incredibly supportive, these bib shorts help you when nature calls and you're forced to use the bathroom in less-than-ideal scenarios off the road. Mavic discretely places a lower zip for quick and easy bathroom breaks. The zipper itself uses a YKK Stay-Down pull, so it won't accidentally open up and leave areas exposed while you're pedaling swiftly down the road.
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