SANTINI’S NEW COMMAND BIB-TIGHTS: KEEPING DRY IN THE RAIN AND STAYING VISIBLE ON THE ROAD

Surprise downpours, increasing damp and humidity, and fog are the enemies of cyclists in autumns. So choosing the right cycling wear is absolutely essential to ensuring you don’t get caught out and stay warm and dry. Road safety is another fundamental factor and so reflective detailing is vital to ensuring you are clearly visible to other road users. Santini’s top suggestion for this autumn is the Command bib-tights made from eco-friendly water-repellent Acquazero© by Sitip fabric with fluorescent details and reflective inserts.

The Santini Command bib-tights are the perfect choice now that autumn is just around the corner. Made from a water-repellent fabric, they will keep you warm and dry on rainy days as well as featuring fluorescent details and reflective inserts to ensure you are clearly visible to other road users.

The fabric used for the Command bib-tights is Blizzard Power© thermal fleece which is made in Bergamo, Italy, by Sitip. This warm, stretch fabric has also been given the eco-friendly Acquazero© water-repellent treatment which is fluoride-free and completely safe.

Both braces and the back of the tights are printed with a graduated orange-to-deep red fluorescent motif and are raw-cut to reduce stitching to an absolute minimum. The fluorescent colours on the back reappear on the calf area which also features the Santini motif with reflective dots to keep the wearer safe on the roads. The tights include the Santini-developed NAT chamois pad comprising several layers of foam of different densities around a core made from Next, a cooling gel that offers an incredible seven consecutive hours of shock absorption in the saddle.

Santini is currently offering the Command bib-tights at a special launch price of just 119 euro instead of the RRP of 169 euro.




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