Endura SL Bibshort – Long Leg – Black

£119.99 £113.99

SKU: SK-63232503515 Categories: ,

About the Endura Pro SL Bibshort Design Philosophy The most comfortable bibshorts we have ever made. That"s the feedback that we have received from everyone who has ridden them so far. We started from scratch when re-designing our iconic, top end bibshort. Our unique, multi fabric construction has been en Anatomical Design One of the keys to this bibshort"s comfort is the lumbar support panel. This panel made from high powered Italian fabric wraps around your lower back and sides, holding the bibshort firmly in place and taking some pressure off the straps, giving them a barely there feel for even the longest of rides. Premium Lycra® Fabric High quality Italian Lycra® has been used throughout, treated with coldblack® technology that dramatically reduces heat build-up and providing UPF50 protection. 700 Series Pad Endura"s 700 series pad, available in the Pro SL Bibshort and Biblong, has been developed through scientific testing in collaboration with bike fit experts gebio Mized® and rider feedback from professional riders. Available in 3 widths this 90 Day Satisfaction Guarantee So confident are we in this product that, if you are not entirely satisfied with it then we offer a no-quibble refund or replacement policy within 90 days of purchase. Key Features High quality Italian power Lycra® fabric with coldblack® technology dramatically reducing heat buildup and providing UPF50 Updated 700 series pad with improved foam construction and a micro-polyester face fabric for unrivalled comfort. Computer cut "Continuously Variable Profile" (CVP) stretch technology with antibacterial finish and available in 3 pad width options Ergonomic, pre-shaped multi panel construction New bib construction combining wide elastic straps and supportive high wicking rear panel High power, lumbar support panel Raw edge hem bands with inner silicone print Long leg options (+4cm) also available 90-Day-Comfort-Guarantee About Endura Endura was founded in Scotland in 1993 with a no-non