Pearl Izumi ELITE Escape Sprint Short - Men's

Pearl Izumi ELITE Escape Sprint Short - Men's
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ELITE Escape Sprint Short - Men's by Pearl Izumi
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Pearl Izumi ELITE Escape Sprint Short - Men's

The sign of any great short is being able to forget you have it on during a ride. When fabric and fit cease to enter your mind out on the roads, you can focus completely on throwing everything you have into the pedals. If shorter efforts are a mainstay of your training for the summer, whether due to an upcoming tri or a resolution to build strength and power, count on the Pearl Izumi ELITE Escape Sprint Short. It'll be the one you can forget you have on when you're riding for your ceiling. Featuring a cleaner silhouette and the redesigned ELITE Escape 1:1 Chamois, the ELITE Escape Sprint Short uses supportive Lycra fibers throughout the main body to deliver a secure, stabilizing fit for your muscles while you push them to their limits. A floating top sheet and a slimmer, more flexible design lends the chamois unparalleled ability to move with you as you push through grueling timed efforts, significantly reducing the likelihood that chafing will interrupt your ride. Of course, the shorter, 7-inch inseam brings tri kit to mind more than road, but its raw-edge hems backed by soft printed silicone will subtly stay in-place and preserve range of motion on the quads of sprinters and climbers alike.

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