Pearl Izumi ELITE Thermal Bib Tights - No Chamois - Men's

Pearl Izumi ELITE Thermal Bib Tights - No Chamois - Men's
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ELITE Thermal Bib Tights - No Chamois - Men's by Pearl Izumi
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Pearl Izumi ELITE Thermal Bib Tights - No Chamois - Men's

Forget about cold, cramped-up legs and freezing your hinder off when you're wearing the insulated, well-bolstered fit of the Pearl Izumi Men's Elite Thermal Bib Tights. These full-length bib tights forgo an integrated chamois, instead layering over your preferred cycling shorts for customizable padding on longer hauls. Plus, they're designed with full leg articulation to promote unrestricted motion when you're pedaling. Realizing that warm legs are vital to performing your best during cool, transitional months, Pearl constructed these bib tights with Elite Thermal Fleece for proper insulation on crisp mornings and breezy afternoons. Not only does this outstanding material keep your lower-body pleasantly warm, but it also actively wicks built-up perspiration off your body to reduce the cold, clammy feel associated with less-breathable garments. Additionally, you'll find its upper bibs are constructed with breathable mesh for a supportive fit without stifling you. Other key features include 360-degree reflectivity for extra visibility at night, as well as reflective ankle zippers for even more visibility. Moreover, its 8-inch lower leg zip features an internal draft flap to seal out cool air from rushing inside.

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