You could swear you just bought your old standby pair of bibs last year sometime, and they've always felt fine as your go to piece of kit. But this year when you took them back out after a winter of cross training, you spent a lot of your ride tugging on bunched fabric and shifting in the saddle trying to get comfortable. Upgrading can be as simple as grabbing a pair of Scott's Endurance Bib Shorts with their pragmatic price tag and functional design, they'd make a loyal replacement for those old faithful shorts you've been hanging on to for a little longer than necessary. Scott trusted a stretchy, supportive blend of nylon and elastane to construct the Endurance , employing a tailored, but relatively relaxed, shape that will follow your body movements in the saddle without feeling like race kit. As you'd anticipate, the material is adept at wicking moisture away from your skin as you sweat, and smooth flatlock seaming binds the high waist of the shorts to an airy mesh bib. The lightweight bib straps will sit quietly under a jersey as you ride, while silicone leg grippers gently hold the legs in place while you tackle new climbs and favorite stretches of smooth tarmac. Scott's newly updated Endurance Sport chamois marks an important update for this year as well, and though we'd guess any new chamois would feel like an improvement over the compressed one you've been riding with, the breathable perforations and plush cushioning in the Endurance will make an especially luxurious upgrade for this season.