Making big claims, but backing them up, Sportful's Total Comfort Women's Shorts are ready for weekends packed with all-day expeditions. Their stretchy and supportive construction hugs your muscles for long rides, with panels strategically placed to boost wicking while you ride, while a supportive top-tier chamois takes the sting away from long miles of road chatter. These shorts make for the perfect partner on long rides, dialing in the fit so the last thing you've got to think about is adjusting seams when you're on mile 70 and still hammering full speed ahead. The bibs begin with a soft hug from a synthetic woven fabric that supports your muscles while accelerating moisture transfer to keep you cool. Paneling throughout the legs moves stitches away from sensitive skin, and flat-lock stitching helps reduce the potential for chaffing and hot spots on all day rides. As you'd expect from Sportful, the Total Comfort Shorts are finished off with a top-tier chamois. The TC Pro Women's chamois offers tapered, multi-density foam to cushion your sit bones from rough and chattery roads, while aiding in moisture transfer to keep you feeling fresh day in and day out.
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