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Giordana FR-C Pro Bib Knicker - Women's

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FR-C Pro Bib Knicker

Giordana's FR-C Lineup has managed to make its mark as one of our personal favorites when we take to the tarmac, and the Bib Knicker is no different. These knickers provide shoulder-season comfort, with incredible breathability to keep you going through the miles, and just a little more coverage than shorts, so you can better regulate temperature through chilly canyon descents, and toasty climbs.

  • Balance comfort and warm support with Giordana's top-tier knicker
  • Fabrics combine compressive support with a lightweight, soft feel
  • New leg bands expand for comfort while keeping the short in place
  • New bib upper stabilizes and moves with you for support and mobility
  • Cirro OmniForm chamois is engineered for all-day comfort
  • Strategic Core Contour System paneling helps fight fatigue
  • Brushed interior provides warmth and next-to-skin comfort
  • Abrasion-resistant Lycra on inner leg and seat panel for durability
  • Item #GIOX25I

Material
[face fabric] HC50 High Compression Power Lycra, [inner legs, seat panels] Zaffiro 2.0 abrasion-resistant Lycra, [waist] Ametista Carbon, [bib center] 190 Mesh, [bib straps] LoPro 0 elastic microfiber, Antigua piping, [leg band] 190 E elastic with silicone gripper
Season
spring, fall
Fit
form-fitting
Chamois
Cirro OmniForm
Waist
Core Contour System paneling
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Not like FRC Pro Bib Chamois

I have the FRC Pro Bib Short that I love, mainly because the chamois is sewn completely into the fabric so there is no edge that can potentially cause *problems*. Not so the case with the knicker, which is way more poorly constructed.

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Does it work for warmer westher?