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The Descente Women’s Strata Endurance Bib Cycling Short offers superior comfort as well as performance with high-tech fabrics. The women’s-specific bib design provides a streamlined fit to reduce drag.

  • Aero-X fabric combines two different densities of nylon with Lycra for increased durability, moisture-management, compression, and stretch
  • Italian Wave fabric side panels provide added compression, wick away moisture, and add lightweight abrasion resistance
  • Infinity chamois gives you soft, breathable cushioning with high-density inserts and perforated open-cell foam
  • Back pocket tucks away the stuff you need for long rides

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Are the leg openings the old style grippers,...

Are the leg openings the old style grippers, or the wider band style?

This short uses a newer style with a wider band at the hem.


Great shorts

    very comfortable, 100km rides. Ended up with 3 pairs such good value. sizing is correct and shorts are not too long in the leg and they look good.

    I am so confused by this bib short. I got my pair today tried it on and the racer back part that looks like it is the back of the short is acctually the front. Yes I know your obvious reaction is ha ha she has her bib shorts on backwards, but come on you can only wear a chamois one way. I have them on right and the open part of the upper body is on my back and the t-strap racer like part is on the front. I runs right up the middle of my chest and is very uncomfortable. Looks terrible if you unzip your jersey even a little. The fit everywhere else is great. The chamois does feel a little heavy in the rear and way too light in the front where we girls like just a little more than a paper weight chamois. I have acctually wondered if they could possibly be sewn wrong. Anyone else that has tried these bibs please speak up. I can't decide if I should give them a try or return them.

    They do fit with the t-strap racer running right up the front but honestly that hasn't bothered me. I've ridden in them for about a month now, usually whenever I'm going out for 40 miles or more and the chamois is comfy. When I first looked at it, It seemed to be that a little more padding would've been nice in the front but I haven't noticed any major discomfort when riding 40-50 miles.