High density Lycra. Reinforced braces. Textured grippers. One
piece engineering. An all-weather bibshort suitable for use
David Millar says:
"When racing I used the Castelli Body Paint short. I still own
the first prototypes that I tested because I loved them so
Body Paint because they are one piece of engineered seamless
Lycra. These differ from the race version by being more luxurious;
no race minimalism has been applied here. The Lycra has increased
multi-directional properties and a density that makes it heavier
and smoother to the touch.
We have made the bibs feel more like braces than elastic
C77 THE LATYMER CLAUSE
The chamois is the same tech as I used to race with, only with a
design in tribute to a good friend, Crispin Latymer, whom I
introduced to cycling yet forgot to educate on the finer points of
On his first ride he wore the shorts inside out, thinking it
made total sense for the chamois to be in direct contact with the
saddle. These shorts are designed for everyday, all-weather use.
Just please keep the chamois on the inside."
CHPT3 clothing uses a tailoring system for its sizes. They use
the physical chest or waist size as the garment size, i.e. if you
have a 40" chest you need a 40" Jersey.
Please note while the CHPT3 range is not specifically designed
for racing it is still a close fitting athletic design suitable for