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New PSN Bib Shorts from La Passione



La Passione (Italy) – Press Release: Our signature collection is a blend of aesthetic attention and obsessive technical research. The PSN Bib Shorts are the ultimate refined piece every cyclist wish to try in the saddle.

Extremely refined in technical details, these Bib Shorts have a researched multiple panel construction to achieve the most anatomical fit possible.

They're made of premium Italian Lycra, matching color elastic tape straps with a breathable mesh on the back. The leg hem is a lycra laser raw-cut insert with inner silicone gripper. For better suiting to all thighs circumferences, the rear part of the leg hem doesn't have the silicone gripper.

This newest Elastic Interface® pad is developed for extra-long distance rides: you can stay comfortably in the saddle for more than 7 hours. Its anatomical construction has a central channel which improves blood flow and reduces pressure and numbness. The innovative air-mapping structure and the blend yarn guarantee increased cooling functions and quick dry. Plain, soft wings allow for greater freedom of movement and protect the inner-leg area. The central Hybrid Cell System insert with different foam densities provides breathability and extra protection, being able to support different weights.

Key Features:
  • Made in Italy
  • Multiple panel construction for anatomical fit
  • Highly compressive main body fabric
  • Moisture wicking / Raw-cut lycra leg hem
  • Non-slip silicone leg grippers
  • Low sheen understated logo on left leg
  • E.I.T. Cytech Italian Pad for extra-long distance rides
  • Anatomical refined construction
  • Air-mapping technology
  • Different foam densities for best weight support
  • Naturally bacteriostatic with 4 way stretch
  • Four needle flat-stitched seams
  • Hold the Line logo
  • These Bib Shorts weigh 175g / 6.17oz









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