Anyone pushing out serious watts is acutely aware of wind resistance slowing them down, especially in competitive racing and training scenarios. Designed to cut drag from slowing you down, the Santini Men's Genio Bib Short employs Fitter fabric that's highly aerodynamic, as to increase your efficiency while pushing yourself at an increasingly swift cadence. This aerodynamic fabric sits alongside elastic bib straps that support this bib short in an upright position, but without creating irritation issues, seeing they lie flat against your skin without pinching or pressure points cropping up. The rear of the bib uppers is constructed from breathable mesh fabric that helps to regulate your body temperature, preventing overheating as you're pushing out serious watts on the road. Delving into the heart and soul of this bib short, you'll find the C3 chamois, which is regarded as one of the most comfortable and supportive pads on the market, thanks to its overlapping layers of multi-density foam for support and shock absorption precisely where you need it. The top layer is perforated to increase moisture transport, so you're not slogging down the road as a sweaty mess, which inevitably leads to irritation.
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