Pearl Izumi Escape Sugar Thermal Cycling Tight - Women's

Pearl Izumi Escape Sugar Thermal Cycling Tight - Women's
Pearl Izumi Escape Sugar Thermal Cycling Tight - Women's
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Escape Sugar Thermal Cycling Tight - Women's by Pearl Izumi
When summer lets up its suffer-fest temperatures, and fall cycling welcomes us with stunning color-changing canyons to ascend, cool breezes, and long shadows, throw on a pair of Pearl Izumi's Escape Sugar Thermal Cycling tights for a layer of warmth on shortening days. Select thermal fabric offers warmth while providing unsurpassed moisture transfer, keeping you from feeling bogged down and sweaty, and the Select Escape 1:1 chamois comforts your sit bones with edge-free cushioning to prevent chafing. BioViz elements illuminate when they catch car headlights to help keep you visible to the two-tonne machines we share the road with, and ankle zips make for ease sliding them on and off over winter socks.

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