The Pearl Izumi Elite Tri Suit provides the speed you need to crush both long and short course events with its speedy aerodynamic panels and streamlined one-piece design. Pearl uses their ELITE Transfer Aero fabric in strategic zones to smooth airflow when you're pedaling at a swift cadence and running in the final stage. It's constructed of Pearl's ELITE Transfer In-R-Cool fabric, which actively pulls moisture off your body to facilitate evaporative cooling when you're sweating in the bike and run stages. This fabric employs Coldblack to prevent UV rays from heating up the black tri suit, so it feels like you're wearing something that's a much lighter color. And speaking of UV rays, the entire suit features an UPF 50+ rating to ensure you're protected from burning sunshine. Besides being quick-drying and aerodynamic, the ELITE Pursuit Tri Suit uses Lycra Sport to provide compressive support over hard-working muscle groups. You'll notice this compressive support while swimming, cycling, and running, especially when you're on the brink of exhaustion. And since it clings tightly to your body, Pearl constructs this suit with merrow stitching to promote next-to-skin comfort.
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