Santini Tono Puro Bib Short - Women's

Santini Tono Puro Bib Short - Women's
Santini Tono Puro Bib Short - Women's
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Tono Puro Bib Short - Women's by Santini
The Tono Puro Bib Shorts fit into Santini's line as one of their performance bib options, making no compromises between the materials used and the included features. The GI Levo chamois features a gel core for maximum absorption over long-distance rides and tours.

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SKU: SANS06A
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