DHB

DHB Aeron Shorts Black Blue

IDR 1,399,000.00
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The dhb Aeron Shorts have been a firm favourite ever since they first launched but the design team at dhb haven't sat back and rested on their laurels. Instead, they've worked hard to make this classic cycling short even better fitting and more comfortable than ever.

With a massively popular short such as the Aeron Short, you may think there's no room for improvement but building on its predecessor, the very latest Aeron gets a new pad, the Elastic Interface® Paris HP Chamois, for even greater support and comfort, plus a host of improvements to the grippers, fabrics and tailoring to make these the best Aeron Shorts yet.

New Elastic Interface® Paris HP Chamois

The most significant update is the most important: the pad. The new Paris HP is the latest development from Elastic Interface®, the Italian experts whose unparalleled knowledge and experience go into making the best chamois in cycling.

The Paris HP Pad features ultra-high density foam inserts under the sit bones to ensure a comfortable ride all day long. Rated as good for rides over 7 hours in length, three separate densities of foam have been used to ensure comfort, while also reducing the overall bulk of the pad.

Fabrics that work with you

The shorts are made from Granfondo from leading Italian fabric mill MITI. The perfect balance between compression and breathability, this fabric works with you on long days in the saddle to keep you comfortable, when other fabrics might start to let you down.

MITI Granfondo is a combination of MITITECH ®POWER and Interpower® to create a performance fabric designed for athletes. MITITECH ®POWER gives you a stretchy, compressive fit for better muscle support, recovery time and comfort when in action. This is supported by Interpower® to provide excellent moisture transfer, drawing sweat to the outer surface of the fabric for an ever-dry effect that doesn't stick against your skin. The benefits – you stay more comfortable for longer and your body wastes less energy trying to cool itself down.