Giro Chrono Pro kit review

Sam Challis Friday, September 7, 2018 - 13:09 Produce some sunglasses and Giro will have you head-to-toe in proficient kit. 4.0 / 5 £129.99 - Jersey, £169.99 - Bibshorts Giro built its reputation in hard goods from well-considered material choice, clinical styling and high-quality performance. It is an attitude the Californian brand has transferred into its emerging apparel catalogue, which it has been developing over the last few years. Luigi Bergamo, the man responsible for textile research and development at Assos for many years, was initially brought in to consult on the fabric choice and ergonomic design of the garments. Giro has refined the experience and knowledge it gained from that partnership in the time since, considering Bergamo’s input along with user feedback. The Chrono Pro jersey and bibshorts are the latest results of this process, representing Giro’s top-tier products for road riding. Aerodynamics was a priority in the design ...

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