Elite Escape 3/4-Length Tight - Men's by Pearl Izumi
You're desperate to escape the trainer, the dreadmill, and your windowless home gym at the first signs of spring. Though the roads are clear and the sun is shining, winter still has a hold on the temperatures, for a little while longer. For chilly mornings and late-season cold snaps, reach for the Pearl Izumi ELITE Escape 3/4 Tight. Redesigned and featuring a cleaner, more streamlined silhouette, this tight will keep you comfortable and supported as you celebrate the return of outdoor riding. The ELITE Escape 3/4 Tight's main goal is to stabilize and cover your hardworking knees when cold air wants to tighten them up. It does this using a supportive Lycra blend that holds its shape over hours of base mile building rides, while keeping moisture moving away from your skin. Another notable improvement to the tight over seasons' past is its ELITE Escape 1:1 Chamois. Now featuring a floating top sheet in the style of top-tier racing kit, the chamois will move with you willingly when you're standing out of the saddle to finish a climb. The slimmed down shape significantly reduces the likelihood of chafing over long rides, and it saves weight in the tight's overall design.
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