Pearl Izumi ELITE Thermal Knee Warmers

Pearl Izumi ELITE Thermal Knee Warmers
Pearl Izumi ELITE Thermal Knee Warmers
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ELITE Thermal Knee Warmers by Pearl Izumi
During cool, transitional months, Lycra warmers are no longer sufficient, yet fully-windproof tights are overkill. That's where the Pearl Izumi Elite Thermal Knee Warmers come into play, delivering added warmth without being overly stifling. Essentially, these warmers provide a greater degree of insulation than Pearl's standard Thermal Lite series, without being as warm and winter-specific as their P. R. O. Barrier liner. Leveraging Pearl's Elite Thermal Fleece panels, these knee warmers assist in wicking moisture off your skin for superior comfort when you're riding hard. These fleece panels keep your knees and legs toasty-warm through cool-to-chilly conditions. Advanced anatomic shaping enhances full range of motion, while eliminating pesky bunching. Its plush, wide elastic binding features a silicone gripper for a secure, non-slip fit. Moreover, you'll find a zippered ankle opening for easy on and off.

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SKU: PLZ00A0
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Manufactured by Pearl Izumi
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