Pearl Izumi Select Escape Short - Women's

Pearl Izumi Select Escape Short - Women's
Pearl Izumi Select Escape Short - Women's
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Select Escape Short - Women's by Pearl Izumi
When your group ride takes you from wide country lanes at dusk to your favorite pub for post-ride snacks and drinks, the flattering, style-savvy Pearl Izumi Women's Select Escape Shorts will keep you comfortable during and after your workout. If you start your ride in the warm afternoon and finish just as dusk brings a slight chill to the air, you'll be able to depend on Pearl Izumi's SELECT Transfer Dry fabric to wick moisture away from your skin and moderate your temperature as you ride. Pearl Izumi also included its stretchy, breathable Women's Tour 3D Chamois, ensuring you'll have enough support to ride comfortably for miles and miles. While the shorts come with a 7. 5in inseam, Pearl Izumi gives you the option to convert them to a less-restricting 4. 5in when you're ready to relax post-ride. The wide, V-shaped waistband promises a smooth, secure fit that won't cut into skin while you're stretched out over the handlebars and leaves room for plenty of refueling post-ride.

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SKU: PLZ00IV
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