Aerodynamics are all the rage these days and for good reason, it's proven to drop drag requiring fewer watts and we're all on board with something that lets us go faster with less effort. Frames, wheels, cockpit items, and even helmets usually get most of the attention, however, clothing plays a significant role in improving aerodynamics and clothing can be a lot easier investment than most components or a new frame. The Aero VPDS Bib Short from POC aims to help shield you from the wind without sacrificing on any of the comforts we've come accustomed to with its bibs. For the legs, an 8cm elastic leg ending provides a secure fit and keeps the hems comfortably in place and doesn't wander, even during your hardest efforts. Up top, the mesh upper and highly breathable suspenders keep you cool and are highly elasticated for flexibility, so aside from all of the support they provide, they mostly go unnoticed. The rear of the bibs sport a mesh pocket for storing small items while the small reflective tabs improve you're visibility and safety if your rides have you going out or coming back in low-light conditions. Last, but certainly not least, POC's silicone based VPDs Contour chamois continues to amaze us with its incredible comfort. It's 3D shaped and strategically tapered to relieve pressure and is seamless, so it's better able to follow your pedal stroke while reducing friction and vibrations and optimized for that all so important aerodynamic position while on the bike.
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POC Aero VPDS Bib Short - Men's
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