Pearl Izumi Elite Pursuit Thermal Tight - Women's

Pearl Izumi Elite Pursuit Thermal Tight - Women's
Pearl Izumi Elite Pursuit Thermal Tight - Women's
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Elite Pursuit Thermal Tight - Women's by Pearl Izumi
When the weather gets a bit too crazy, keep your sanity with the Pearl Izumi Elite Pursuit Thermal tights for women. Made with cycling in mind, but skipping the chamois, the Elite Pursuit thermal tights are happy to go with you for a run, or slide ontop of your favorite chamois for all day comfort. Made out of a brushed thermal fleece, these tights will hug your legs and keep you going from your first mile to mile 100. Medium in weight, they are ideal for cold, but not frozen temperatures, so they make the perfect option for mid 40's to 50's F. Water shedding PI Dry coats the outside of the fabric to keep rain and snow rolling off of the outside so you can stay dry.

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SKU: PLZ00KM
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