Pearl Izumi Interval Amfib Jacket - Men's

Pearl Izumi Interval Amfib Jacket - Men's
Pearl Izumi Interval Amfib Jacket - Men's
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Interval Amfib Jacket - Men's by Pearl Izumi
If you're the type of cyclist that wants to ride year-round, there are days when you'll have no choice but to brave the cold and the elements. Thankfully, the Pearl Izumi Interval Amfib Jacket provides the necessary wind-proofing and water-resistance so you can enjoy your ride in warmth and comfort. This softshell jacket has been re-engineered to be 50% more breathable than a traditional softshell, ensuring you stay dry and comfortable during high-intensity riding and training. Two chest vents allow you to adjust ventilation on the move, and a draft flap keeps the wind from penetrating the full-length Vision zipper. Internal wrist gaskets prevent cold air from running up the sleeves, while the drop-tail rear hem protects against road spray on wet days.

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SKU: PLZ00T1
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