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Nov 30, 2015 – Elastic Interface was born in 2000 when two Italian brothers found that chamois tech of the day was lacking. Why did the shorts stretch so comfortably, but the chamois didn’t?
From this thought was born EIT (Elastic Interface Technology), a chamois that stretched.
Even today it can be tough to find a chamois that works with your riding style. The chamois might bunch, be too bulky or simply be in the wrong spot.
Elastic Interface works with some of the finest apparel brands to solve these problems. With 29 models for men, and 21 for women, there isn’t a single type of cycling that EIT isn’t ready for. Next time you are looking for new bibs for a cycling adventure, f lip the shorts inside out and look for EIT on the chamois.
Prices vary; brands with EIT includes Assos, DeMarchi, Gore, Rapha and many more