For the construction of the Rosa Bib Shorts, Capo used its Ceramica Lycra, HG Lycra, and V Mesh 360. The Ceramica fabric, as the name implies, is actually made with natural clay based yarns. Testing showed Capo that by implementing this material into its fabrics, increased circulation and temperature regulation could be achieved over previous Lycra iterations. You'll notice the distinct honeycomb appearance of this fabric, which, in addition to providing exceptional moisture transfer from the skin to the material's outer layer, is also extremely durable. This characteristic comes as a much welcomed side effect of compressive fabrics. Because the Ceramica is a tight knit, 36 gauge material used to securely hold your muscles in place, the fabric also yields a dense feel with a heightened level of durability. Capo targeted abrasion prone inner thigh and saddle panels with this material specifically for this reason.Side leg panels received Capo's high gauge HG Lycra. This is also a highly compressive spandex that is very abrasion resistant. The HG was treated with Coldblack technology that doesn't wash out and is able to dissipate heat better than other stretch fabrics. It accomplishes this by reflecting the sun's rays off the Lycra rather than absorbing it, which means you'll feel cooler and perform better as your body heats up. The bib shorts' uppers received Capo's super lightweight V Mesh 360. This open mesh fabric is highly elastic with a supple texture that provides unmatched comfort, support, and freedom of upper body movement. And while the V mesh 360 keeps your top half secure, the bib shorts' leg panels stay in place using 4cm silicone backed grippers.The chamois incorporated into the Rosa Bib Shorts is Capo's Anatomic DP Carbon Elastic Interface Technology EIT Insert. They use high density open cell foam bonded to a microfiber layer that has antimicrobial carbon fiber threads woven through it to aid in moisture evaporation. In addition to the slim, m...