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VeloNews Buyer's Guide Pick: Summit Stratos Bib Review

July 12, 2017

VeloNews Buyer's Guide Pick: Summit Stratos Bib Review

"The lay-flat laser-cut bib straps are a must for any high-end bib shorts, and Pactimo's version is exceptionally comfortable."

by Dan Cavallari /

"The Summit Stratos Bib Shorts have a chamois that is thicker than most, yet unlike other big chamois we've worn, the Stratos avoids bunching and discomfort in the saddle. You'll notice that thick chamois if you're walking around the coffee shop, but that's not why you buy these shorts. 

You buy them for the Cerami-K body fabric that's made from - you guessed it - ceramic to help dissipate heat on long, hot rides. It worked well enough that we didn't notice heat build-up on super hot days, and as an added bonus, the material wraps around your legs snugly. Perhaps that helps keep the big chamois in check."

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