Men's P.R.O. Pursuit Bib Short
Whether chasing a podium position or pursuing personal records, there’s no substitute for the performance advantages offered by our top-of-the-line P.R.O. Pursuit Bib Short. Modeled after the kit worn by the BMC Pro Team, these bib shorts feature an extended 10-inch inseam for better muscle support, and are outfitted with our P.R.O. Pursuit 1:1 Chamois®, which is designed to provide maximum support when riding in the drops. Pair with our P.R.O. Leader Jersey or P.R.O. LTD Speed Jersey and you’ll be ready to ride off the front of the pack.
Whether chasing a podium position or pursuing personal records, there's no substitute for the performance advantages offered by our top-of-the-line P.R.O. Pursuit Bib Short. Modeled after the kit worn by the BMC Pro Team, these bib shorts feature an
- High end fabric powered by Coldblack® provides an incredibly balanced stretch and recovery for muscle support and comfort
- P.R.O. Pursuit 1:1 Chamois with multi density foams supports key areas while maintaining light weight
- P.R.O. Transfer Direct Vent mesh bib upper provides excellent moisture transfer, odor resistance and dry time
- Applied Silicone grip material at leg opening holds short in position
- Reflective elements (Black colorway) for low light visibility
- 10" inseam (size medium)
BODY: 65% Nylon 35% Lycra Elastane (UPF: 50+); Sublimated Panels: 82% Polyester, 18% Lycra Elastane' Mesh: 56% Minerale™ Polyester 33% Polyester 11% Elastane; Imported
Reflectivity: Low-light visibility
UPF Rating: 50+
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