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Assos Competitive Cyclist T FI.Uno Bib Shorts - Men's
Retail Price: $219.99
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Referring to its T FI. Uno Bib Shorts as 'all-around racing and training shorts,' Assos perfectly describes what this technical pair of bibs were designed for. The cut and fabrics used to construct the shorts provide the ultimate blend of comfort and day-long riding support, making them the optimal choice for all of your upcoming rides this season. And for this limited release, Assos paired the shorts with a subtle Competitive Cyclist graphic treatment, perfectly complementing the new Competitive Cyclist SS Jersey Equipe. The outer leg panels' sublimated graphics smoothly transition into the rest of the bib shorts' composition, tastefully finishing off these new bibs from Assos. For the paneling of the T FI. Uno, Assos employed its lightweight A430 fabric. This fabric is used in the paneling of many of Assos' bib shorts, as it's incredibly comfortable and supportive. The material provides exceptional breathability, and it rapidly transfers moisture to its quick-drying outer-surface. Additionally, this smooth fabric provides a moderately compressive hold, which, in turn, supports the muscle groups of the legs. As a result, these muscles are partially shielded from the fatigue-inducing effects of muscle oscillation that are derivative of road vibration. For the bibs' upper portion, the A430 fabric comprises the lower back and fronts of the straps to smoothly wrap, ventilate, and efficiently wick moisture away from the skin. The chamois used for the bib shorts is Assos' new FI. Uno_S5 insert. This chamois is actually two separate pads with two separate sections of stitching. The layer next to your skin is softer than what you get on the S2. While it lacks in none of the elasticity of the original FI chamois, it somehow feels less rubbery than the original. In other words, when it's being stretched, it doesn't try to snap back into place, so it won't abrade your skin. The chamois is dimpled, too, in order to facilitate heat ventilation. You'll also note a broad cut...