Endura FS260-Pro Bibshort II
- Endura FS260-Pro Bibshort II
- Proves deluxe cycling bibshorts needn't be black
- Italian stretch chamois
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Endura FS260-Pro Bibshort II
FS260 is Endura code for more performance-oriented athletic-fit bike-wear, whose non-constricting non-flap fit is designed to help you go faster.
So it goes with Endura FS260-Pro Bibshorts II whose performance supportive stretch fabric is extra durable on the outside, fast wicking on the inside
- The fabric is SPF 50+ rated to protect you from potentially harmful rays.
- The bib's straps and back are a breathable soft mesh to help prevent overheating.
- These straps and the back are Lycra edged for a comfortable fit that helps keeps the shorts in place./li>
- The Endura 600 Series Pad is a deluxe Italian stretch chamois with gel sit bone inserts.
- This antibacterial CVP (Continuously Variable Profile) chamois is computer cut so it's only plush where it needs to be and low density where padding is not required.
- Flatlock stitched for comfort and longevity.
- Reflective logos running down each leg help keep you safe.
- Wide silicone gripers keep the lower legs in place./
- Ingredients: 68% Nylon, 23% Polyester, 9% Elastane.
'Men’s 600 Series Gel Chamois
The updated 600 series Italian stretch pad features ‘Continuously Variable Profile’ (CVP) technology and is sculpted from a single block of foam, with gel inserts for extra comfort. A TRS perforated foam ’dermis’ layer is positioned under the face for improved blood-flow and wicking especially on longer rides (4 hours and more). Super-soft fast-wicking microfibre face fabric with permanent antibacterial finish. Front mesh panel improves air circulation and anatomic 3D shape.'
Despite their road bike-optimised design, Endura FS260 Pro Bibshorts II are also admired by mountain bikers, as shown by this review in WhatMountainBike magazine.
'These shorts might technically be roadie items, but the thinner, fast-wicking Fieldsensor fabric means they’re very comfy and almost unnoticeable when worn under shorts, too, especially in warm weather.
Detailing is excellent, with the mesh straps having Lycra edging for superb, abrasion-free fit. The back extends high up but the flatlocked seams mean it’s undetectable even with a pack on. A mesh centre panel prevents any clammy sensations.
The multi-density antibacterial pad provides all-day support without bulk. It’s slightly stretchy too, which helps it sit well. It’s well ventilated, meaning less sweat to get uncomfortable. The elasticated leg hems have silicone grippers that prevent movement, but they can dig in ever so slightly.'
Bibs are not just for babies
If you have never experienced the perfect fit of bib cycling shorts, longs or 3/4s, you're missing out. The benefits of bibs are legendary in cycling circles. Why do you think the majority of pros wear bib shorts - even in the middle of summer Tours?
- No need for a potentially constricting waist band to keep them in place.
- Full lower back coverage to prevent the risk of chilled kidneys.
- Unlike regular cycling shorts and longs, there's no chance of them riding down because the waistband has gone senile.
- With the garment kept perfectly in place, there is less chance of the saddle nose hooking up the front of your shorts or longs as you manoeuvre on or off your bike seat.
- And remember when tradesmen all wore dungarees? No chance of revealing "builder's crack".
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