Thermal bib shorts might be a pretty niche product, but it's about as pro as you can get. We feel like the name for the Eureka Thermal Bib Short from Santini is appropriate because that's what you'll say the second you head out on a chilly ride donning them. And as you transition further into cooler weather, adding embrocation or knee and leg warmers to the mix helps extend the range. Do as the pros do and add a set on these bibs to your wardrobe and tackle your spring classics in style and comfort. Santini crafts the Eureka from BeHot Acquazero fleece, featuring Heat Generating Technology, that's a lightweight fabric and is extremely soft against your skin. The material provides ideal insulating properties protecting you from the cold and it's also water resistant to keep you dry and comfortable when conditions are their most formidable. Up top, the mesh bibs breathe well and transport moisture to jersey and jacket layers. Chamois duties are handled by the highly lauded GITevo model with a Twist Gel core of silicone that helps absorb road chatter. Santini uses a unique carving process to create varying thicknesses without the need for seams or glue which reduces weight and eliminates excessive pressure. The top layer features an antibacterial microfiber that reduces odors, chafing, and irritation.
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Santini Eureka Thermal Bib Short - Men's
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