Pearl Izumi Transfer Wool Cycling Baselayer - Short-Sleeve - Men's

Pearl Izumi Transfer Wool Cycling Baselayer - Short-Sleeve - Men's
Pearl Izumi Transfer Wool Cycling Baselayer - Short-Sleeve - Men's
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Transfer Wool Cycling Baselayer - Short-Sleeve - Men's by Pearl Izumi
When the sun begins taking its time coming up on your morning rides and you notice a new chill in the air, it's a signal that autumnal cycling is right around the corner. Relentless sun and oppressive heat will soon be replaced by crisp, bright mornings and misty, cool afternoons, made all the better by a warm cup of tea or coffee post-ride. You can't do fall riding right without a baselayer, of course, so to make sure you're prepared for the season of nostalgia, we'd recommend you invest in the Pearl Izumi Transfer Wool Cycling Baselayer in a hurry. Merino wool fibers blended with ever-efficient polyester work to regulate your body temperature as you heat up in the crisp air. The Transfer comes with a contoured fit, which allows it to rapidly pull moisture away from your skin while it lightly insulates, and the rotated sleeve construction lends itself perfectly to long days stretched out in your drops.

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SKU: PLZ00F2
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