I can only speculate around the unique challenges that MAWILs face when nature calls, but apparently Endura has the ladies covered with their new Pro SL EGM bibshort. Which alongside a chamois very thoroughly contemplated by Phil, has a “Drop Seat” feature to make it possible to use the toilet without taking off the shoulder straps, and I imagine the jersey that surrounds them. This sounds very handy for those situations, butt personally it seems important to validate that compression, and keeping things where they should be, isn’t sacrificed by this feature. Not ashamed to admit that I’m speculating wildly here, so please interpret this as a cry for help while spreading the word about Endura’s new $195 short.
Endura has embraced the taboo of women’s saddle discomfort with this novel concept developed with a wide pool of serious, highly critical female road riders, and also tested and proven by pro athletes Lucy Charles-Barclay and Denise Schindler. Ergonomic innovation and comfort engineering, backed by both medical science and rigorous rider testing.
Women’s Pro SL EGM Bibshort featuring Endura’s all-new Ergonomistry Pad allowing her to ride harder longer. Ergonomistry aims to improve comfort, a pathway to higher performance through reduced fatigue. The Ergonomistry philosophy is very simple: Ergonomic innovation and comfort engineering, backed by both medical science and rigorous rider testing… Love at first fit guaranteed.