A lot of women don’t like bib tights for reasons of practicality. The tailored eight-panel ﬁt of a Witches Britches and mix of Lycra and 15 percent merino nap keep we cosy, a high-cut behind prevents builder’s crippled if stretched brazen and a effervescent waistband is comfy.
Seams are ﬂat-stitched, a cut is to midst shin, a Softail pad is gentle and anti-bacterial, and a anatomical moulding creates for a distant improved on-bike ﬁt than many general-use tights. These are tough, quick-drying, really pretty labelled and done in New Zealand.
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