Liv Cycling Paradisa jersey and shorts review

Liv Cycling Paradisa jersey and shorts review

Understated looks, great shorts if you don’t like bibs(Click the Edit Attributes/Cog button with cursor placed in this area to edit this tag.) Liv is the biggest brand dedicated to women, and its Paradisa range is a tropical-inspired selection of performance kit with compressive fabrics and innovative cuts, designed for riding hard. What to wear on a bike ride MAAP Team Bib 2.0 bibshorts review Developed with Spanish clothing brand Etxeondo, the items are designed to mix and match with other lines in the Liv kit range, including the racy Signature and recreational Neptuna. Liv Cycling Paradisa fabric Etxeondo uses a TransTexture fabric for the jersey, designed to be soft to the touch with two-directional stretch and wicking properties, while the shorts are constructed from multiple panels of Lycra. Meanwhile, the subtle grey-on-black print has flashes of colour on the hems, making it striking without being loud. Liv Cycling Paradisa ...

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