Mavic Infinity bibshorts review

Mavic-Infinity-bibshorts
Cycling Weekly Verdict

The pad felt quite wide and a little cardboard-like for the first few rides but, like a decent pair of shoes, once bedded-in and shaped to fit, became extremely comfortable.

Reasons to buy
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    Breathability

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    comfort

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    support

Reasons to avoid
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    Pad might not suit smaller riders

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With more acronyms and trademarked names printed up the back than appear on any other shorts here, I'm happy to say these words are not just jargon.

The French firm has clearly put a lot of thought into the Infinity.

Different materials make up the six main panels: heavily perforated side-panels for hot days, while more supportive, stretchy panels ensure the Ergo 3D Ultimate Insert is firmly held in place without restricting natural movement.

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