Sitting atop Santini's range of Italian-crafted bib shorts, the Men's Redux Bib Short satisfies cyclists seeking unbelievable versatility for virtually any ride or race, plus premium fabrics constructed with minimized seams to eliminate irritation. It's constructed from a mixture of nylon and elastane, allowing you to remain supported throughout your ride without succumbing to irritation or being restricted from key cycling movements. Santini's ergonomically shaped C3 chamois soaks up fatiguing road vibration as you rack up the miles, thanks to its variable thickness foam with perforations throughout to promote quick-drying comfort. The legs are made of supportive Thunderbike fabric that acts to stabilize key muscle groups as you're pushing yourself at a rapid cadence down the road. Santini does not use elastic along the bottom cuffs, instead employing a dotted silicone underside along the side bands that faithfully remains in place without pinching sensitive skin or bunching up. The upper bibs stabilize the short in place with seamless elastic braces constructed in a manner to lie flat against your skin, combined with a breathable mesh backside to prevent you from overheating and soaking in perspiration.
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