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Sportful BIB's seatpad comfort...

Old 05-22-14, 01:09 AM
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Sportful BIB's seatpad comfort...

I am checking their BIB tights and I see two kinds of seatpad. First one is Comfort Pro. They have this one on Sportful Giro Bibshort and it is fairly priced (60.00 Euros). And the other type is Bodyfit Pro which they claimed to be used by Tinkoff-Saxo team. This is present in more pricey equipments and I think we shouldn't question it's quality. I am wondering about the Comfort Pro pad. Any idea?
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I use the Sportful Giro bibknickers when it's colder, I find the comfort pro pad very good, it's quite thick, but may be less dense than the top of the line seat pads, no loss of comfort though on 3hr rides.
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Originally Posted by kleng View Post
I use the Sportful Giro bibknickers when it's colder, I find the comfort pro pad very good, it's quite thick, but may be less dense than the top of the line seat pads, no loss of comfort though on 3hr rides.
Alright, it has a good quality for the price then. I also found this diagram.

https://www.bikeandtravel.nl/WebRoot/...n_Sportful.jpg
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