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Women’s Ascent Vector PRO Bibs

March 30, 2016

Women’s Ascent Vector PRO Bibs

by VeloNews Magazine

“These new women’s bibs are the best we’ve seen from Pactimo, with plush Italian-Manufactured materials and a finishing treatment that protects against UV rays. The thick mesh straps distribute pressure evenly across the shoulders, and the 4.5-centimeter-long leg bands provide a sleek look while keeping the shorts in place.”

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The Ascent Vector Bib is an updated version of the tried-and-true Ascent Bib, our workhorse that’s been rode hard and raced in around the globe. It’s ideal for all weather conditions and distances and with the addition of Flash coldblack®, will perform especially well on hot, sunny days. Flash coldblack® is a fabric characteristic that pushes heat and perspiration away from the skin while also reflecting UV rays.

 

 



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