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The Louis Garneau Elite Bib Short is the solution you’ve been looking for to gain the upper edge over your riding partners. Ten panels provide support for your muscles and are fitted with flat lock seams to increase performance and comfort while reducing muscle fatigue. The Four-Motion Chamois has high density perforated memory foam to wick moisture, and four-way stretch to provide multi-directional motion and comfort.

  • Chamois has high tech bacteriostatic carbon top sheet to prevent fungus growth, mesh vents at the front for additional ventilation, and pre-molded wings contour to your body’s shape
  • Lycra Pro panels for muscle support
  • Power Mesh bibs are breathable and comfortable, with a bit of spandex to reduce chafing
  • Flatlock seams eliminates skin irritation
  • Back reflectors increase visibility when your training rides runs after dark

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Not as impressed as the LG Equipe

    I'm a bit disappointed in the fit and feel of these Elite bibs. I bought them for the new look. LG Equipe bibs just feels better then these, the fabric is thinner yet has as much compression. The Equipe overall fit is better then the Elite bibs. The legs ride up. Chamois not as padded either as the gel Elite chamois. Will probably return for the Elites.

    Garneau Elite Short

      These Garneau shorts might be the best looking of all the Garneau bibs. My problem with the Elite short is they are NOT as long as other Garneau shorts that have an inseam of 11.25 in. I have tried multiple pairs of these shorts and found each one to have, at best a 9.5 in inseam. Not the 11.25 inseam as Garneau advertises. I love the look of the short, just not the length.

      Always Garneau

        Opaque mesh construction that provides extreme breathability.
        Uncomparable comfort and flexibility because of its spandex content which reduces chafe.
        Dries very fast.
        Like all knits, it is recommended to avoid abrasive materials and surfaces.
        I weight 180 pounds and i use a large Louis Garneau bibs