- Vermarc Cavendish GB Training Bib Short
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Vermarc Cavendish GB Training Bib Short
- 80% Polyester
- 20% Elastane(Spandex)
- 80% Polyamide(Nylon)
- 20% Elastane(Spandex)
- 78% Polyester
- 22% Elastane(Spandex)
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|Omega Pharma||Extra Extra Large|
|Omega Pharma||Extra Large|
These high-tech bib shorts offer the same fit, fabric and technology as worn by Mark Cavendish (GB National Champ). They are highly comfortable, durable and great for many hours spent in the saddle, thanks to the one piece chamois.
Top Features of the Vermarc Cavendish GB Training Bib Short
- A one piece lightweight pad, ideal for those longer rides
- Antibacterial treatment, to eliminate the build-up of bacteria
- Elastic leg grippers
- Radio pocket
- National champ/Omega Pharma Quick Step team graphics
|Team:||Omega Pharma Quick Step|
A high quality bib short from Vermac as worn by Mark Cavendish when he's logging his training miles on the Isle of Man or at his training base in Tuscany, Italy. Long miles in comfort are what these shorts are all about.
The 3D pad is a lightweight one-piece insert without seams. Its polyester micro-fibre cover material is bonded to a layer of padding through the OmniForm high frequency process. This new process eliminates hard edges and stiff areas caused by heat in standard molding processes. The thickness of the various parts of the chamois has been carefully studied to conform perfectly to the anatomy.
Finally, an anti-bacterial treatment is added to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria. Important to keep things fresher for longer.
Vermarc guarantees Italian quality, efficiency and versatility. Vermarc means true Made in Italy craftsmanship but also means technological innovation. With the same fit, fabric and technology worn by the Pro's in the UCI Pro Tour Series.
Vermarc are leaders in development of technical cycling clothing, they dress the greatest champions and have a lot of passionate cycling fans.
About the Vermarc brand
Vermarc Sport was founded in 1977 by legendary pro-racer, Frans Verbeeck. Today, in addition to clothing the top pro racing teams, the company produces over 4,000 unique jerseys for amateur racing teams and cycling clubs throughout Europe, America and Asia. An ex-pro racer from the Flanders region of Belgium, Frans had a deep desire to improve the conditions that riders faced during training and racing by improving the clothing they wore. His passion still fuels the company today.
Frans Verbeeck's stellar cycling career almost wasn't. In the early 1970's, Frans was struggling to earn his place in the pro peloton when he decided to hang up his wheels and find a job that would allow him to support his wife and young son. He landed a job driving a milk delivery truck but, after only one short year, his passion for the bike prompted him to return to the ranks of professional cycling.
For 'the Milkman', a name given him by his Belgian fans, turned out to be a fortuitous move. Verbeeck notched a number of high-profile wins including the Fleche Wallone, Het Volk, Amstel Gold, and the 1973 Belgian National Championship beating the likes of Eddy Merckx in the process. The Milkman delivered 166 victories as a professional.
Frans retired for good at the end of the 1976 season, and in 1977, started his own company in a partnership with the legendary Italian clothing manufacturer, Santini. Realizing the importance of his cycling experience, in 1988, Frans began producing cycling clothing under his own brand name, Vermarc Sport, a combination of the Verbeeck surname and the first name of Franz's son, Marc, who not only followed his father's footsteps into the pro peloton but now acts as the company's president.
One of the company's most strategic business decisions was to focus on providing cycling apparel for racing teams and clubs rather than enter the mass-market arena. With 57,000 licensed racers in Belgium alone, there was a great need for a supply of high quality custom clothing. Subsequently, Vermarc Sport has provided team kits for the sport's leading professional teams including TVM, DAF Trucks and Greg Lemond's 1989 Tour de France winning team, ADR. Today, they provide clothing for the Belgian powerhouse teams Quick Step, and Davitamon as well as Palmans/Collstrop, Vlaandaren 2000 and Landbouwkrediet –Tonisstiener professional cycling teams.
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