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Bib Undershort


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At the core of the Giro System, the Bib Undershort is made from Eschler Lycra to ensure maximum performance and longevity. Considered details include front fly access (for easier nature breaks) and rear stowage pockets to keep your cargo close to the body and secure.

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Eschler™ Lycra®, Italian made Cytech HP Carbon Chamois, Rear Cargo Pockets, Silicone Over Short Grippers, Quick-Access Fly, Sewn in California

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Sewn In California

Sewn in our home state, the California Collection takes its name from where it’s made. Its domestic production creates jobs, keeps money in the community, reduces the environmental impact of shipping and brings us closer to the process in every way. It’s more than the tangible benefits, though, that make the difference. The “Sewn in California” tag tells a story, and it’s one we’re proud of.

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Giro wants you to be satisfied in every way with any apparel item you purchase on If, for any reason within one (1) year of your original date of purchase, you find yourself less than fully pleased with your Giro apparel, return it to Giro for a replacement or a credit toward another Giro item of equal or lesser value than the value of the returned item at the time of return. A full refund of your purchase price is also available upon presentation of a receipt. Submitting an item for warranty claims requires a return authorization. To obtain a return authorization, contact Giro Customer Service at 1-800-456-2355, and a representative will walk you through the steps. For more info, please visit or give Giro Customer Service a call. Additional terms, conditions, and limitations may apply

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