You'll want the Pearl Izumi MTB Summit Softshell Pant on your side when you're trying to hang onto the last few weeks of the MTB season before the white stuff flies. The doldrum weeks after prime riding season's ended and before you can switch to a board or skis are always tough, but the water-resistance and added insulation from the Summit Softshell are enough to keep you out on the trails long after most people call it quits. The pant comes with an adjustable, stretchy waistband to help you dial in the right fit over your baselayer, along with a tailored fit cut to move with you as you dice through slick descents in the rain. Pearl alternates Softshell and Thermal panels throughout the pant, with Softshell to block the elements and Thermal tasked with wicking moisture and insulating while you ride. Two zippered hand pockets and a zippered thigh pocket provide space for essentials, while BioViz reflective accents help you stay visible when you have to ride the roads to reach the trailhead.
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Pearl Izumi MTB Summit Softshell Pant - Men's
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