Premio Bib Shorts


The Premio Black Bib Shorts are engineered to deliver premium long-distance comfort, strategically using the latest fabric technology to create a short that delivers big on comfort, support, speed and durability.

Colour: Black
SKU: CS210020101
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  • Main Fabric - 65% Polyamide 34% Elastane 1% Polyester
  • Back Rear Crotch - 73% Polyamide 27% Elastane
  • Lining - 80% Polyamide 20% Elastane
  • Bib Straps - 58% Polyamide 42% Elastane
  • Chamois - 87% Polyester 13% Elastane

The first thing that is notable about the Premio Black is what is missing: most of the seams and panels. This is because we have created a new fabric that is woven to match the needs of various parts of the body, offering unrivalled comfort and support. The lower leg has a raw-cut ending with silicone backed yarn to keep the shorts in place, while the four-way stretch fabric in the thigh provides just the right amount of muscle support.

The premium fabric extends into the back and is perforated for ventilation. Around the pelvis the fabric is slightly thicker to offer compression, keeping our top-of-the-line Progetto X2 seat pad in place, and avoiding any transparency issues.

  • Premium bib shorts for all-conditions
  • Gradient stretch woven fabric for support where you need it
  • Woven fabric that weighs 30% less than comparable knit fabrics
  • Perforated back bib panel and lie-flat bib straps
  • Integrated gripper elastic at the leg endings
  • Laser-etched logos
  • Progetto X2 Air Seamless seat pad
  • 14-38°C / 57-100°F
  • Weight: 156g (S)

Temperature: 14 / 38°C

The Expert's Guide

The best bibshorts I’ve ever used. When I have a ride where I want to break out my most favourite kit, I always grab my Premio Bibshorts. Incredibly comfortable, with the right blend of compression and flexibility. - George

About George

Height: 5ft 11”
Chest: 38”
Waist: 31”
Jersey size: S
Bibshort size: M

In a constant state of nostalgia, thinking back to days when he was fitter. Lover of all bike disciplines, he has tried his hand at all disciplines except Gravel racing which is on the ‘to do’ list.