The evolution of our iconic long-distance bib shorts, offering the smoothest transition possible between the body and fabric for improved comfort over the long haul.
BEHIND THE PRODUCT
CENTO is synonymous with long-distance comfort, and we’ve engineered this latest iteration to advance that sentiment one step further. We began with the same proprietary fabric, which features two different rates of four-way stretch and delivers a compressive hold for a smooth supportive wrap along the thighs. As with the original CENTO, we made the fit a touch more generous around the lower abdominals for endurance rides, and we added a tape-reinforced waist to ensure a smooth and comfortable hold on a variety of body types. For dependable comfort, support, and performance on every ride, we’ve given you 10mm of plush memory foam encased in a black insert.
Men's Bib Shorts
- Type.439 Diadema: a textile design to meet our demands for performance, comfort and durability
- CENTO S7 EVO chamois: with the proven 10 mm "memory foam", this chamois achieves the optimum between comfort and performance
- 3D Waffle: A patented three-layer perforated foam that increases breathability and eliminates excess weight
- goldengate: a patented technology that interrupts the stitching along both side panels of the chamois, allowing a more three-dimensional freedom of movement in this sensitive area
- kukuPenthouse: a soft, brushed microfibre layer added to the front part of the chamois that supports the male anatomy, eliminates pressure and increases ventilation
- Y7 Frame Carrier Bib Tech: Wide, Flexible Braces
- Ultra-light leg grippers: The end of the legs have a woven silicone edge, which keeps the pants in place without applying too much pressure or pinching
- Reflective bands: placed on the back of legs for extra visibility
- regularFit: Designed for maximum comfort in the riding position, with a wider fit than the racing fit.
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Measure around the narrowest part of your waist. Then factor in your height. As a third reference point, measure around the fullest part of your hips.