Endura introduced its newest 3D-printed bibshort called the Pro SL 3D Matrix EGM during last week’s Eurobike show in Germany, the latest product in the Scottish brand’s ongoing collaboration with leading physiotherapist and bike fitter Phil Burt for its Ergonomistry Project.
The Ergonomistry Project has already yielded some unique products aimed at increasing comfort, with the Pro SL 3D Matrix EGM bibshort being the latest expansion to the project.
According to Endura, the all-new bibshort is engineered around an ultramodern 3D printed matrix core for “incredible pressure distribution and plush, lightly sprung support.”
“The pad’s unique construction keeps weight to a minimum while boosting breathability and calls on 30 years of innovation to create a perfect fit for unrivaled comfort – the ultimate performance piece for road riding,” adds Endura.
Renown for developing chamois pads for the cycling apparel industry, Elastic Interface unveiled its new 3D-printed chamois pad last week, indicating that the Italian company had plans to start supplying premium cycling brands with its new pad.
Perhaps, Endura will be the first brand to feature a such a pad with its new Pro SL 3D Matrix EGM Bibshort, which is expected to launch in 2023.
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