Naro 1931 Black Bib Shorts
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Where It's Made
Obbi products are made in Napoli Italy using unique premium Italian materials.
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Obbi products are made in Napoli Italy with luxury Italian materials.
This is the perfect garment for really long rides.
Obbi Naro ultra high density, and ultra light compressive bib shorts are for riders who wish to maximize comfort or regularly ride 4 and more hours. Built for ultra distances rides, these compressive long distance bib shorts offer a seamless design, an Italian ultra distance 200 Kg/m3 pad, the option to remove the Obbi logo when ordering, and the option to personalize with a custom insignia.
Furthermore, these bibs are sustainably manufactured using sustainable materials without water repellent chemicals. The main fabric is the ultra premium Italian Relyfe fabric which offers a special woven structure to reduce drag at speed, while #10 vegetable castor oil based polyamide yarns are used to create ultra light, abrasion resistant straps, that provide a feel close to that of a strapless speed suit. To complete the package, these bibs offer a INNERGY fabric waist-band to create an incredibly comfortable transition from the main bib shorts material to your base layer in the abdominal zone.
- Perfect muscle compression
- Proudly crafted by hand Napoli Italy
- High-tech and super-lightweight Relyfe®️ fabrics.
- Elastic Interface®️ Peloton HYBRID chamois (200 kg/m3)
- Laser cut cuffs
- Lycra®️ laser-cut shoulder strap
- UPF 50+ sun protection factor
- INNERGY®️ fabric around the abdomen for added comfort.
- Lightweight second skin effect
- Perfect muscle compression
- Reduced drag over 21 mph / 35 kph
- Relyfe fabric weighs just 130gr/sm
- This fabric just simply feels fast, cools fast and is a top choice for hot, fast and long days in the saddle.
- Relyfe fabrics have a same industry leading properties as Kinetech fabrics.
- Relyfe fabrics are manufactured by the same company that manufactures Kinetech fabrics.
- Relyfe fabrics are sustainably manufactured from recycled compounds.
The story behind the name
The 1931 Giro d'Italia was the 19th edition of the Giro d'Italia, a cycling race organized and sponsored by the newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport. The race began on May 10th in Milan with a stage that stretched 206 km (128 mi) to Mantua, finishing back in Milan on May 31st after a 263 km (163 mi) stage and a total distance covered of 3,012 km (1,872 mi). The race was won by the Francesco Camusso of the Gloria team. Second and third respectively were the Italian riders Luigi Giacobbe and Luigi Marchisio.
Of the 109 riders that began the Giro d'Italia on May 10th, 65 of them made it to the finish in Milan on May 31st. Riders were allowed to ride on their own or as a member of a team.
On the 6th stage the organizing committee decided that grouped riders will leave first and the isolated riders will leave 15 minutes later. Ettore Mein, who has a record of winning 5 stages of the Giro d'Italia, and one stage in the 1934 Tour de France was an isolated rider and closed the 15 minute time gap to win the 256 km (159mi) stage from Naples to Rome. 1931 also introduced the Maglia Rosa which was being worn by race leader Alfredo Binda but during stage 6, due to a crashing near the the Villa Glori hippodrome, Binda was was forced to relinquish the jersey to Michele Mara who then lost the jersey to Luigi Marchisio in next stage.
The Naro 1931 bib shorts are dedicated to the riders on who faced the challenges of stage 6 of the 1931 Giro d'Italia.