Pearl Izumi Select Thermal Cycling Tights - Men's

Pearl Izumi Select Thermal Cycling Tights - Men's
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Select Thermal Cycling Tights - Men's by Pearl Izumi
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Pearl Izumi Select Thermal Cycling Tights - Men's

The Pearl Izumi Select Thermal Cycling Tight keeps you warm as you ride through cool conditions in late-fall and early-winter. Pearl recommends the Select Thermal Cycling Tight for temperatures falling into the 40-degree range, meaning it'll keep you toasty when others have abandoned outdoor rides in favor of indoor trainers and gym routines. Its Select Thermal Fleece not only provides warmth and exceptional moisture management, but it also fits and feels like normal cycling tights for enhanced comfort and movement. Designed with an eight-inch lower leg zipper, you'll find this cycling tight is easy to take on and off. Included with the Select Thermal Cycling Tight is Pearl's Tour 3D Chamois. This chamois uses variable density padding that's pre-shaped to enhance bloodflow. Additionally, its breathable four-way stretch material provides an abrasion-free surface that conforms to the body and wicks moisture for hours of comfort. Featuring an anatomical, multi-panel design, this cycling tight provides full articulation during common cycling movements, with panels attached with flatlock, double needle seams for a durable, non-abrasive structure. Keeping everything in place, this tight uses a plush elastic ankle gripper. This not only helps to retain a contoured fit, but it also ensures that the insulation layer remains uninterrupted. Adding visibility for riding under street lights, Pearl added reflective accents. The Pearl Izumi Select Thermal Cycling Tight is available in sizes ranging from Small to XX-Large, and it comes in the color Black.

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