ELITE Pursuit Tri Speed Suit - Men's by Pearl Izumi
Cut through the wind effortlessly for faster times and lookgreat while doing it in the Men's ELITE Pursuit Tri Speed Suit from PearlIzumi. Constructed from breathable and supportive Elite Transfer In-R-Coolfabric, its designed to keep you cooler by reflecting the sun's rays whileoffering optimal compression to increase circulation and help boost recovery inhard-working muscles. Elite Transfer Aero fabric panels provide a wind-cheatingadvantage on the bike while you're stretched out in the aero position and theMerrow stitch construction reduces irritation for excellent next-to-skincomfort while providing a smooth surface for the wind to pass over creatingless drag. On the rear of the suit are two easy to accessenvelope-style pockets for carrying race fuel and other small items withoutcapturing the wind. Up front, a 15-inch zipper lets you get into and out of thesuit easily and provides ventilation control when the temps heat up on the rideor run. Pearl Izumi specs a tri-specific, quick-drying chamois with just enoughcomfort and support to stay comfortable on the bike without hindering the swimor run. Elastic silicone leg grippers keep the openings firmly in place withoutexcessive constriction from the start, through the transitions, until the end.
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