Ale Ladies PRR Green Bib Shorts
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Ale Ladies PRR Green Bib Shorts
Meeting Global Recycle Standard (GRS) certified standards for use of recycled fabrics, the Ale Ladies PRR Green Road Bib Shorts are kinder to the environment in their production as well as offering sublime cycling performance.
While the Ladies Graphics PRR Green Road Bib Shorts are eco-friendly they don't lose any of the usual cycling performance features Ale are renowned for. Starting with 'Denali Green' recycled fabric, they offer a multi-directional stretch for excellent pedalling flexibility while also giving a lightly compressive race-focused fit. Meanwhile, the high-stretch bib section is made from 'Kimball Green' a recycled high-stretch mesh that keeps your core well ventilated and body temperature regulated perfectly.
The bibs provide excellent support but such is their comfort they'll soon become unnoticeable. The LG Stability System is the very latest in leg-gripping comfort. Now deeper than previous versions, these elastic leg bands, with silicon woven in, keeps the legs securely in place while distributing pressure across the thigh for an increase in comfort.
A highly elastic wedge to the back of the grippers also improves the fit - whether you're a slim climber or muscular sprinter, comfort is exceptional. Ladies W4H Green Seat Pad Inside the shorts is Ale's ladies specific W4H Green seat pad. Utilising recycled polyamide it's kinder to the environment while maintaining incredible comfort too.
A high-density open-cell foam (100 g/m2, thickness: 12 mm) provides support to key contact points, ensuring comfort all day long. Perforation holes in the foam give a significant boost to ventilation and breathability, keeping you feeling fresh as you tap out the miles. 'W4H Green' Chamois.
Body Mapping design. Ergonomic Fit. Leg Stability System.
Security Reflex details. UPF 50+. Racing fit.
78% Polyamide (Nylon), 22% Elastane (Spandex).
|Ladies PRR Green Bib Shorts Specification|
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As far as I'm aware this product is currently out of stock - however it was originally for sale at Wiggle. Below are their current UK delivery costs:
Standard Delivery (Hermes or Yodel - within 4 working days) FREE for items over £20 and £2.99 for items under £20. Priority 1st Class Delivery (within 2 working days) £3.99. UK Next Day £4.99. UK Bulk Orders (Bikes, Turbo Trainers etc) FREE - Built and despatched in 10 - 12 working days. There may be an extra charge for Highlands and Islands. Full details on Wiggle's P&P charges can be found here.
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Ale Bib Shorts
Alé (pronounced similar to Allez, and not like Ale) is an Italian clothing brand located in Castel d'Ario, Lombardy, which began life as recent as 2013. It's parent company APG has much experience in manufacturing performance cycle wear since 1986, for companies such as Nike, and kit for teams such as Discovery and Motorola. Sister companies include DMT (cycling shoes) and (Mario) Cipollini bikes, so it's to say they know what they are doing. Their product ranges are aimed at road cyclists, and manufacturing still takes place in Italy, as opposed to using far eastern factories. The colours used in their garments tend to be bright (and possibly a touch garish in some cases!), but have proved popular amongst European cyclists. Wiggle were one of the first retailers in the UK to stock the Alé ranges, which are slowly gaining a reputation for being expensive yet quality garments.
To find out more about Alé, please visit https://www.alecycling.com/en/, or you can read a piece that Cycling Weekly wrote upon visiting their factory in Italy.