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Endurance just got easier.

You just signed up for your first ever gran fondo and you need something to wear. Look no further than the men’s Craft Gran Fondo Bib Shorts, and hit the road. Four-way compressive elasticity supports your muscles to reduce the fatigue that tends to creep in around the 60-mile mark, and the wicking fabric keeps you cool when the temperature and the distance both approach triple digits. Sitting under you is the Infinity C2 chamois with dual-density foam for just the right amount of padding for comfort without sacrificing performance, so you can power strongly across the finish line—or at least to the trail mix and banana halves at the next rest station.

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Tech Specs

Material
78% polyamide, 22% elastane
Fit
form-fitting
Inseam
10 in
Chamois
Infinity C2 Chamois Men
Chamois Thickness
3 - 12 mm
Bib
yes
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
30 days

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: medium
  • Height: 5'9"
  • Weight: 170lbs

I like the comfort, fit, and breathability of these bibs. I have only worn them 4 times on warm humid rides between 1-2 hours long. loved the pad while riding. I would have rated them higher for summer rides except that I have two tears in the lycra already. The material does not like brushing against anything remotely sharp. The first rip happened while carrying my bike up some stairs and brushing my leg against a chainring tooth (right after the first ride). The second hole opened when my butt grazed a corner of a workbench as I walked by it two rides later. These would shred in a meeting with asphalt.