SUGOi RS Zero Tights - Women's

SUGOi RS Zero Tights - Women's
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RS Zero Tights - Women's by SUGOi
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SUGOi RS Zero Tights - Women's

It's time to admit that summer is gone. The days are getting shorter and cooler, and the wind and precipitation have kicked up to prep the landscape for winter hibernation. As fans of seasonal variation, we're thrilled; as cyclists ... not so much. Lovely as fall is, it announces the coming of winter hibernation for many cyclists. But that doesn't mean we're ready to go gentle into that good night just yet, especially not when we have the Sugoi RS Zero Tights at our disposal. With a blend of insulation, elemental resistance, and the Formula FX chamois, the RS Zeroes will be a trusted lieutenant in your anti-winter insurgency. These tights take their name from the SubZero DWR material that makes up the majority of their construction. As the name implies, SubZero DWR is designed for insulation and given a DWR treatment to make it water resistant. This is further buttressed with panels of Firewall 180 at the knees and thighs to create a waterproof barrier in areas that get hit hardest when you're caught in precipitation on the bike. The discreet panels are combined with flatlock seams to eliminate chafing. The RS Zeroes incorporate a Formula FX chamois, which includes perforations for ventilation, a seamless surface, and V-control pads to dampen road noise that filters up through the saddle. Four-way stretch side panels conform to your body and move with you, rather than against you. The strategically appointed topography of varying thicknesses in the foam is designed to manage contact and weight distribution to protect sensitive areas and maintain ventilation. The Sugoi RS Zero Tights - Women's are available in sizes ranging from X-Small to X-Large in the color Black.

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