Pearl Izumi Escape Sugar Thermal Tight - Women's

Pearl Izumi Escape Sugar Thermal Tight - Women's
Pearl Izumi Escape Sugar Thermal Tight - Women's
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Escape Sugar Thermal Tight - Women's by Pearl Izumi
Fall has a knack for gracing us with cool temperatures, stunning colors, and a sense of relief from the oppressive summer heat of months past. Fall also has a knack for sending us unpredictable and inclement weather, and that's why Pearl Izumi gives us the Escape Sugar Thermal tights, the perfect sweet spot of warmth in the cool, but not frigid fall weather. Stitched together from Select Thermal fabric, the Escape Sugar tights offer moisture wicking warmth that will keep you dry from the inside out. Skipping the chamois, these tights are perfect for running, hiking, or throwing your own favorite chamois underneath for extra warmth and support. BioViz elements illuminate when they catch car headlights to help keep you visible to the two-ton machines we share the road with, and ankle zips make for ease sliding them on and off over winter socks.

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