Santini Carb Bib Short - Men's

Santini Carb Bib Short - Men's
Santini Carb Bib Short - Men's
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Carb Bib Short - Men's by Santini
As the name suggests, these are the bibs for fast-paced, summertime laps to your favorite pastry shop. The Santini Carb Bib Shorts feature Eschler carbon fabric for durability and comfort through your summer training calendar. Mesh paneling runs up the leg panels on the front and rear to help cool off hard-working legs in the summer heat, and less-revealing fabric sits on the main body of the front and rear. Bib straps on the Carb are wide for comfort and stability and meet the shorts at a high-waisted point compared to standard non-race fitting bibs.Santini uses a Gel Intech Anatomic pad for long-distance support in case your pastry stop is several counties over the hill, and supportive elastic grippers keep the leg panels in place to reduce chaffing.

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SKU: SANS07H
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