Men's Linton Bib Short

£75.00
£45.00
Lightweight cycling bib shorts made from soft recycled polyester with Merino wool.
Description

Performance bib short with exceptional comfort and fit. Made from a soft recycled polyester with 4-way stretch and just the right amount of tension; they strike the perfect balance between support and lightweight freedom.

The Linton Bib features contoured panels for a flawless fit, as well as a breathable integrated back section made from our signature PolyTecKnit™ Merino mesh. It draws moisture away from your skin, keeping you cool and dry.

Also, a high density 8mm thick foam pad insert with perforation means increased breathability, reduced friction and fewer sore bits in the saddle.

The result is a streamlined bib short that provides all day comfort and support for long distance rides.

Specification

• Main: 88% recycled polyester, 12% spandex
• Back mesh: PolyTecKnit™ - 65% polyester, 35% Merino wool
• Subtle compression fit
• Soft feel
• Light and stretchy
• Ergonomic panels and seams
• High density/perforated foam pad insert
• Ventilated Merino back panel
• Wide bib straps for comfort
• Minimal seams
• Silicone gripper tape on hems
• Quick drying
• Reflective accents
• Oeko-Tex certified fabric
• Easy washcare
• Made in India

Sam is 6ft tall and wears a size M

Fabric & Care

• Main: 88% recycled polyester, 12% spandex
• Back mesh: PolyTecKnit™ - 65% polyester, 35% Merino wool
Machine Wash 30C

Shipping & Returns

UK orders over £50 are postage free.

• Standard Delivery: £4(2 to 5 working days)
• Express Delivery: £6(Dispatched using a 24 hour service).

Orders placed after 1pm will be dispatched next working day.


Returning a full price item is free for all UK orders.

For more details and for international information please see our full shipping & returns policies here.

(Re)Cycle.

The Linton Cycling Bib Short is constructed from 88% recycled polyester – a sustainable fabric derived from post-consumer waste (clothing, plastic bottles etc). It's made by melting down existing plastic and re-spinning it into new polyester fibre. It's lightweight, durable, quick drying and delivers outstanding comfort and performance. By using recycled polyester we can reduce our CO2 emissions and re-use resources that would normally end up in landfill.

Sore Bum? Take A Seat.

Any cyclist will tell you a poor quality foam pad can be a real pain in the arse. Some are too thick and make you feel like you're wearing a nappy. Others are too thin and lack cushioning. They can move around, create friction and chaffing, turning your nether-regions into a painful petri dish. Pretty quickly, a bad pad will leave you saddle sore and generally ruin your ride.

Waffle, Waffle, Waffle.

The foam pad in our Linton Bib Short is designed for maximum performance, comfort and feel. It fits snuggly and reduces friction. At just 8mm thick it has the perfect density for long rides thanks to its clever 'waffle' composition. Small perforations in the foam make it softer and more breathable, so your tackle stays cool and is less prone to bacteria build-up. Lastly, it has tapered edges and no seams so these bibs feel comfortable from the moment you pull them on.

Change gear now. Your bum will thank you.

Inhale, Exhale.

The Linton Bib Short features a breathable back panel made from PolyTecKnit™; a unique fabric developed by howies®. It combines warm Merino with soft polyester to create the ultimate performance knit. An inner layer of brushed poly mesh sits comfortably against your skin, while an outer layer of Merino draws moisture away from your body to keep you cool and dry.

Pressure Is Off.

Wide, low profile bib straps take the weight off your shoulders. Ahhhh.

Looking After Your Kit.

To keep your bib shorts fresh and clean, we recommend washing them inside out for maximum effectiveness. Avoid tumble drying. Air dry only and hang them in the sun to kill off any lingering bacteria. Avoid using petroleum jelly or other rash ointments containing petroleum as they don't wash out easily and will trap bad bacteria (they also wreck your saddle). We recommend using a proper chamois cream on your skin instead.

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