Some things that will always remain the same, we prefer bibs to shorts, as they offer more support, and for shorter rides, we'd like to leave the pack at home. Armed with the feedback from its sponsored racers and in-house rippers, Yeti went about redesigning its liner shorts to be the best it could. These shorts give us exactly what we want so we're pretty excited about the Men's Enduro Bib Short from Yeti.Since most mountain jerseys are sans pockets and were trying to go packless remember, you have to put your gear somewhere. ThataTMs where these bibs shine. Yeti altered the pockets slightly so if you're hauling a water bottle back there, it's less noticeable and won't shift around as you ride. In fact, all of the pockets are now easier to access so reaching for tools, snacks, and water are an easy affair. The suspenders and entire back panel are constructed of mesh for increased breathability and better moisture transfer. You gotta have a phone on hand to capture the footy, log ride data, and not miss that important call so the water-resistant zipper pocket is perfect for stowing a phone. A high-quality, multi-density, Italian chamois handles comfort duties and the gripper banding at legs ensure that these bibs stay put under your favorite baggies.
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Yeti Cycles Enduro Bib Short - Men's
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