Pearl Izumi Attack Short - Women's

Pearl Izumi Attack Short - Women's
Pearl Izumi Attack Short - Women's
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Attack Short - Women's by Pearl Izumi
The versatile Pearl Izumi Attack Short is designed for those of us who like to ride everything, and who prefer do so without spending a fortune. The Attack Short made with Select Transfer fabric, which features excellent moisture wicking properties to keep you dry and comfortable. The Attack also offers a unique eight-panel anatomic design, a wide waistband, flat-lock seams, and silicone grippers on the legs to deliver added comfort and support. In addition, reflective elements are placed throughout the Attack to ensure visibility in low-light conditions. Pearl Izumi includes the Race 3D chamois, which uses variable-density foam and breathable four-way stretch fabric to help you power through long days in the saddle. The Race 3D has been pre-shaped for an anatomic fit and does an excellent job managing moisture.

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SKU: PLZO894
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