Utilising the finest French woven nylon to ensure optimum performance, style and durability, the Chroma bib short represents the pinnacle of our collection.
Driven by rider feedback and redesigned for the 2023 season, the bib sees a higher fit in the waist, a new and soft waistband and a slightly longer leg length with an improved gripper to keep the short in place. Wider and softer straps allow for improved stretch and breathability to provide optimal comfort and fit.
The bib short features the new Elastic Interface® Road Performance Space 2 seat pad, which is wider, longer and thicker with a higher density rating, ideal for all day riding. This chamois features recycled fabrics and includes a high-performance bio-based foam layer, with 60% of its components of plant-based origin.
As with all our women’s legwear, this short also offers a ‘Nature Calls’ pee-break friendly design. This allows you to take a ‘nature break’ without having to strip down by simply pulling the bibs down from the waist. Highly compressive, the Chroma short supports the muscles during hard efforts, while an OekoTex® 100 certified finish guarantees no harmful dyes or chemicals were used during the production process.
Offering a lifespan up to seven times longer than its knit counterpart, the lightweight nylon weave ensures these stylish shorts survive the test of time, through the toughest conditions.
Designed and created by Universal Colours.
Made in Lithuania by BlueSign® accredited factory, LTP.
These shorts are made from a unique French woven nylon. Woven fabric is lighter, more compressive and has an abrasion resistance 7x higher than an equivalent knit fabric for optimum durability. OekoTex® 100 certified.
Lightweight stretch woven: 60% nylon 40% elastane
Lightweight polyester mesh:
90% post-consumer waste recycled polyester
10% pre-consumer waste recycled elastane
Pad fabric: 57% recycled polyamide
27% recycled polyester
Bib elastic: 80% nylon 20% elastane
*Pre-consumer waste fabrics are scraps and damaged garments from the factory that are repurposed and spun into yarns again. Post-consumer waste fabrics have gone through the recycling process and are repurposed as new yarn and knitted into new fabric.
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