Craft Radioshack Nissan Elite Bibshort

Your price:   $137.49
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SKU: 19018632900
Made for the extreme demands of riders of the Radioshack Nissan Trek Team such as the Belgian Tom Boonen and the classics rider Fränk Schleck, the Radioshack Nissan Elite Bib Short has all the qualities that a rider needs when climbing over mountains in the heat, fighting the cobbles of Belgium and battling for the win in a pack sprint. While the lightweight multi-paneled and multi-stretch material gives you the freedom to move, the elastic knit fabrics compress your legs so the blood flows and you ride well. The soft bib upper is V-cut in the front and swings low in the back. This allows air to keep your skin breathing and the silicone gripper at the legs keep the shorts in place without pinching the skin. The Craft Performance chamois is seamless with a 4-way stretch and anatomic molded design. The chamois moves with your body and absorbs the vibration of the road for miles. The varying density foam pads with reinforced gel pads are in the areas that get the most pressure without any extra unneeded bulk. The foam in this chamois pad has also been designed to keep your skin breathing and you stay dry. The antimicrobial surface controls the bacteria and heat so you stay clean and cool. This pair of Craft cycling bibs are designed to keep you comfortable on the toughest rides and races.

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 The Radio Shack Nissan Elite Cycling Bib-Shorts is backed with the same theory of anatomic cut and wicking fabric which have been designed into the Elite Jerseys.

Created with multiple layers, the lightweight polyester on the inside of the bibs has an outstanding moisture transport so you stay dry as you do in the jersey. The polyamide on the outside adds durability and carbon fiber fabric inserts give you the highest thermal regulation. An ergonomic 3D construction created a bib-short that covers every inch of your legs in perfection so you are completely free to move. The mix of dimpled and plain fabric surface structures reduces drag and increases aerodynamics. Solid silicone grippers at the bottom of the legs ensure that the bibs stay in place so you will have no snagging on your seat.
Upgraded from last year’s seat pad, the pad of the Elite Cycling Bib-short features Swiss Technology Carbon Elastic Fabric so air flows through the pad and you stay dry and comfortable even on those very long rides. Without adding a chemical treatment, these seat pads have excellent antimicrobial properties which help to keep you healthy and able to ride in comfort day after day. The Elite pad is designed with a 4-way stretch compound that continually moves with the body. It’s a seamless, anatomically molded, antimicrobial and gender-specific pad made of Oeko-Tex®-certified fabrics which are the highest quality fabrics around.
In the Elite Bib-Shorts, the complexity of the technology has more detail to explain. The seat pad is made with multiple layers, each one doing its job of managing moisture and protecting against hours of riding on a thin cycling seat. The individual layers are heat bonded together without films or chemical additives. This creates a secure bond without any obstruction between different foam densities. The central high density layer is an open-cell polyurethane foam with air pockets designed into the construction. This design maintains shape and cushioning while allowing a record level of airflow for freshness and comfort.­­­ The Gel Injection Anti-Shock System reduces vibrations and pressure significantly so you can handle the long rides in more comfort.
The Craft Radio Shack Nissan Elite cycling bib-shorts have been worn by the riders of the Radio Shack Nissan Elite team who have won some of the top races in the world. Fabian Cancellara has worn the Craft elite bib-shorts racing over the rough roads of Paris-Roubaix
Andy Schleck has won stages climbing the mountains of the Tour de France andJens Voigt has made his signature attacks as a rider for the Radio Shack cycling team while wearing the Elite bib-shorts