Men's Bib Short

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Seamlessly knitted padded bib shorts, with contoured panelling and a second skin fit. Integrated breathable panels minimize the need for seams and helps avoid chafing, as well as having a high density foam insert which means fewer sore bits on longer rides.

The 2-layer TMF Professional cycle pad is manufactured in Italy with a base construction of 40 density, 4mm thick foam bonded to a shock absorbent 90 density, 8mm foam in higher impact areas. Covered with a soft, elastic open-cell surround that moves with your body and an antibacterial finish.

"Classy cycling gear that's well put-together and should last a few seasons." - The Telegraph

"Comfortable and impressively tough bib shorts at a good price." - road.cc

- Seamless circular knit design
- TMF® High density foam antibacterial cycle pad
- Integrated breathable panels
- Bib strap pocket (for keys / emergency cake money)
- Fast wicking
- Ribbed hem
- Flatlocked stitching
- 96% Polyamide / 4% Elastane
- Made in Portugal
Machine Wash 40°C Iron, Low Use A Non-Chlorine Detergent Do Not Dryclean Do Not Tumble Dry Go get the fun.
Wash dark colours separately
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We allow up to 3 months for returns. You must pay return postage yourself if returning from outside the UK. See all returns info here

The human body has no seams

The seamless circular knit technology used in this range means that these pieces are precision built to fit your body, just like your own skin. They provide a snug fit that will go virtually unnoticed as you wear it.

They are made on specialist machines capable of knitting yarn into a single continuous tube shape. This means we make body panels in one piece, minimizing the need for seams - seams that could potentially cause painful friction or chaffing on longer rides.

The circular knitting machines are also capable of varying patterns in the fabric as they knit too. This means that we can have different weaves on the same panel and precisely tailor them to match specific parts of the body. For instance, we can integrate lighter breathable panels in sweatier areas like the underarms and back, or produce areas with more compression around hems and places where you need a tighter fit. We can now do all this without the need for separate panels, seams and stitching.

This makes a truly comfortable, formfitting garment with a minimalist design. Just like us humans.

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