FR-C MTB Bib Short Liner + Pockets
The FR-C MTB Bib Short Liner makes carrying our trail essentials easy. It's designed to offer superb support and compression while providing large volume, expandable pockets that our jersey can flow over while we ride. Secure bib straps help keep our Cirro S chamois in place, and lightweight ribbed textured material on the legs maintains high breathability.
- Premium, lightweight, and breathable bib short liner for our MTB ride
- Three large rear pockets hold our essential items close at hand
- Secure bib straps keep our Cirro S chamois in place
- Straight cut leg hem enhances a comfortable fit
- Ergonomic cut also features proper compression
- Item #GIOX2AY
- spring, summer, fall
- Cirro S
- 3 rear
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
- mountain biking
5 based on 1 ratings
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April 30, 2023
One Liner To Rule Them All
- I've put it through the wringer
I’ve been putting miles in on this liner for probably 6 months now. I wear these under my baggies and have had absolutely zero complaints. From quick after work rides to all day excursions, these are the liners I’m consistently reaching for. Here’s what I love about them: 1. Pockets - three pockets in the small of your back to hold phone, wallet, keys. No need for a pack. 2. Chamois - I’ve yet to meet anyone (and most of us Gearheads have ridden in Giordana’s shorts) who don’t like the Cirro S chamois. Just padded enough but not bulky, antimicrobial, and BREATHABLE. 3. Materials - great 4 way stretch, less compressive than their road FR-C line, and stays in place. Straps are super comfy, and the laser-cut, hemless bottom cuffs are not noticeable. No silicone leg grippers, but I’ve had no issues with the legs bunching or slipping up even on my scrawny chicken legs. Fit: I’m 6’2”, 145 lbs, built like Gumby, and I wear a medium. Giordana, even though they’re an authentic Italian brand, fit more true to size than similar options from Santini and Castelli, for example. I bounce between medium and large for those brands, but between small and medium for Giordana, Pearl Izumi, etc. They are not that compressive (which I like for mtb), and the studio images for these are a tad misleading in that they’re not quite as sheer of a material as you may think. I’ll even consider riding gravel/road in these if I haven’t done my laundry like a responsible adult. Care: official recommendation for Giordana shorts is to cold wash right after a ride and hang dry. No need for chamois cream. These things hold up.
Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com
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