Explore the roads on foot or on your bike. Because it doesn't have a chamois, the Louis Garneau Ladies Neo Power Knicker is an excellent garment for running in temperature weather and for cycling when worn over cycling shorts. Stretchable knees facilitate leg movements while providing good ventilation at all times. So if you are the multisport type, rest assured, you can count on the Ladies Neo Power knickers. Fabric POWER + LYCRA (R) fibre: LG's most popular compressive fabric is designed to fit muscle shape and provide maximum support for muscular fibres.Power Mesh: 4-way stretchability, extreme breathability and quick drying.Endurexx: Soft to the touch for more comfort; great stretchability that adapts to all shapes. Cut Compressive fit. Construction Flattering HugFit waist.Compressive flattering Ladies Powerband that stays in place in movement.Flatlock seams. Leg Length Inseam: 18"/45.5cm Pockets Mini-pocket at waist band. Reflectivity Reflective accents.
|Ladies Neo Power Tights Specification|
|Designed for||MTB, Road|
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Cycling Tights are essentially a skin tight full length cycling trouser, which can include a padded chamois. They do not include shoulder straps (these garments are known as bib tights) but instead stay in place due to a drawstring or similar attachment. They're handy for short journeys in colder weather, as they help keep your legs warm but are much easier to get changed into than bibs, as you don't need to remove your top layers to put them on. My cycling tights section has a selection of reduced garments listed in order of discount, so hopefully you can save yourself some cash on your next set of tights.
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