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Long Distance Bib Shorts+ Mens

Bib shorts with maximum support and a padded seat insert specifically designed for longer distances.


These shorts were designed to address the needs of endurance and long days in the saddle. Built for the long haul, technologies like low force elastic and flatlock seams ensure a secure, comfortable fit no matter how far you ride.

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Material & Care

Engineered with the central torso architecture so you can ride faster, cooler and more comfortably

In this concept, the shorts are held in place across the middle of the body to maximize freedom of movement. In the cycling position, the center of the body is mainly in a fixed state, but dynamic racing can also lead to dynamic movement.

Sharp corners, punchy attacks or grabbing a feedbag while traveling at 40 kph — in these situations the body should be able to move freely while the shorts and seat pad remain firmly in place to avoid chafing. Our Central Torso Architecture anchors the short securely at the thigh, lower back and shoulders to do just that.

Men's Expert Long Distance Seat Insert with GORE® WINDSTOPPER® Cup

Specifically engineered for long distance rides


Anatomical 3D shape for best fit and saddle stability

Strategically lightweight construction and slim profile with an ultra-high-density protection for extra-long distance rides

Anthropometrical parameters to cover all major areas of pressure for best comfort, specifically engineered for long distance rides

Innovative highly breathable open cell foams on the cover sheet with new increased air permeability and breathability

Hybrid Cell System inserts of ultra-high 200 Kg/m3 density, purposely located in the area of the sit bones rotation to provide best unprecedented protection for extra-long rides

120 kg/m3 density open cell perforated foam for best support, and breathability

Bacteriostatic Eco surface fabric, 100% recycled polyamide for sustainable softness and performance, ‘reduced point of contacts’

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