We've all been in the same boat at some point, finding a good pair of bib-shorts which are comfortable, supportive and not too cumbersome when it comes to answering nature's call.

Fortunately for us, brands like 7Mesh have been working hard to develop women's bib-shorts which tick all the boxes, and then some. The new 7Mesh WK2 Women's Bib Short do just that.

So, what's so special about these bib-shorts?

7Mesh WK2 Women's Bib Short

They have a wide and supporting waistband, just like a pair of yoga leggings. Soft, stretchy and sitting high, the waistline is designed to not dig in as your getting low and aero. Whilst the cross-back straps provide additional support to keep your shorts in place, they are stretchy enough to be manoeuvred for ease of pulling on and taking off the bib-shorts.

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However, the real elegance lies within the cut and design of the 7Mesh WK2 Women's Bib Short as they enable ease of removal for when you need a comfort break mid-ride. Rather than faffing around with jerseys and zips, these bib-shorts allow you simply pull down at the back, as you would with regular pants and shorts.

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Along with the usual standard of excellence, the 7Mesh WK2 Women's Bib Short is fitted with silicone grippers around the hem, smooth flatlock seams and a durable women's specific chamois pad for long days in the saddle.

These bib-shorts are available in sizes x.small to x.large for $150 / £120. For more information and to make a purchase, head over to their website here.