Modernist Bib Shorts (Navy)

The Modernist Collection is influenced by the classic designs and colours associated with the Mod movement and designed in collaboration with devoted Mod and photographer to the stars, Scott Mitchell.

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Features

The Modernist bib shorts are created in a navy blue colourway, with light blue VB lettering to the right leg and a red and blue Mod target to the left. To the rear, the Modernist logo script is picked out in pale blue.

  • Bio-ceramic seven-hour VB Pad
  • Wave Body Contour Technology to promote blood flow
  • Anti bacterial fabric
  • Low-cut front
  • Super soft seamless silicone grippers
  • Flat lock seams
  • Trademark embroidered logo to the thigh and rear
  • Moisture management technology
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Fabric

The shorts feature our new state-of-the-art bio-ceramic VB Pad, which utilises Foam Carving Technology to remove unnecessary foam and smooth out variations between densities. We’ve paid special attention to the crotch area, using Wave Body Contour Technology to help promote blood flow and keep you comfortable however long you’re in the saddle. Pads are covered with bio-ceramic anti bacterial fabric that incorporates clay minerals, which promote oxygenation, freshness and thermoregulation while increasing the flow of blood and reducing negative effects caused by intense exertion.

Fit

The Modernist bibs are manufactured with flat lock seams throughout, and feature a low-cut front for added convenience and super-soft seamless silicone grippers to keep everything in place. The Nylon/Lycra fabric is proven to be exceptionally soft and durable over many hundreds of hours in the saddle. Moisture management technology delivers exceptional wicking, dries quickly and provides protection against UVA and UVB rays.

Velobici cycling apparel is designed and manufactured in England using sustainably-sourced fabrics. We value craftsmanship and sustainability. It is our goal to run a carbon neutral operation by 2025.