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Louis Garneau Mondo Evo Thermal Bib Tight | Men's | Black Red

NZ$235.98  NZ$155.89
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With the Mondo Evo Thermal Men's Bib Tights, Louis Garneau has proven that the European manufacturers are no longer the last word in the world of winter cycling kit. The multi-material, multi-paneled Mondo Evo tights are constructed with the thorough attention to detail that has made LG the go-to for pros and amateurs alike, with different fabrics cut to accommodate your body's motion in the saddle and placed to capitalize on their respective wind, water, and cold-resistant properties.

These fabrics include panels of Light WindDry 2 and Light Wind Pro incorporated into a general body construction of HeatMaxx, a thermally insulating material. The lower back and front legs use Light WindDry 2, a four-way stretch material that fends off wind and water. This is interrupted at the knees with Light Wind Pro, a new material that takes advantage of Polartec Wind Pro's tight weave to block four times more wind than other fleece materials. Your knees lead into the wind, and there also the main joint involved in turning the cranks. Don't you owe them this extra protection?

Since Light Wind Pro isn't a laminate, it's more breathable than typical wind-blocking materials. The Light Wind Pro knees have been given a DWR treatment, are durable, and won't pill. Though it's only a cosmetic concern, we find the last benefit especially attractive. The bib straps themselves are insulated, too, courtesy of Highlander Mesh, and they continue the general theme of wicking and moisture management found in all of the Mondo Evo Bib Tights' materials.

The tights are constructed with 11 panels of the above fabrics to ensure an anatomically appropriate fit. Flatlock seams eliminate chafing and the articulation in the knees means that you're movements in the saddle won't be restricted. Nine inch ankle zips help get the tights on and off, and ankle grips keep them from riding up once they're on. Reflective on the ankle zipper help keep you visible in low-light conditions.

LG based the Mondo Evo on the proven Providence tights, using similar fabrics and construction in a design that rivals the top offerings from Europe. There are a few variations from the Providence that up the Mondo Evo's game, and the Motion Airgel chamois is possibly the most important.

We won't hold it against you if you first read Airgel as Angel, because the Motion Airgel's ride is heavenly. It consists of the usual high-density padding in various thicknesses throughout. It also has the raised plateaus of padding where you want support and recessed valleys for areas you'd rather didn't bear any load.

The real star of this insert, though, is the cutout in the back, which is bridged by vented mesh instead of foam, so it allows for exponentially more stretch and movement than a non-mesh panel. This is what recommends the Motion Airgel for long hours in the saddle. It moves with you through all positions in the saddle while grinding out base miles in the cold months. The gel inserts and foam padding are perforated throughout with additional venting up front to promote breathability, and the outer skin is made with Cupron, which incorporates copper for anti-odor, anti-allergen, and anti-saddle sore benefits.

  • Thermal cycling tights for inclement weather
  • Strategic combination of materials for winter training
  • Combines wind- and water-resistance with breathable stretch
  • Fit and articulation designed specifically for cycling
  • Advanced chamois construction centers the tights around comfort
  • Ankle zips batten down the hatches with a slim fit
  • Reflective details are a bright idea for low-light rides

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