Pearl Izumi Pursuit Attack Cycling Tight - Women's

Pearl Izumi Pursuit Attack Cycling Tight - Women's
Pearl Izumi Pursuit Attack Cycling Tight - Women's
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Pursuit Attack Cycling Tight - Women's by Pearl Izumi
When it's a bit too windy, but not quite cold, throw on the Pearl Izumi Pursuit Attack Cycling tights for women to offer a touch of warmth, without bulk. With summer weight Attack fabric, these tights are designed for milder conditions, when it's just brisk enough to want full-leg coverage, but not enough to warrant thick fleecy layers of insulation. Pearl's Select Pursuit women's specific chamois gives you smooth, next-to-skin comfort and adds cushion to minimize chafing and uncomfortable saddle sores. When the lighting is low, BioViz reflective elements catch headlights to illuminate your presence and boost your visibility to drivers.

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SKU: PLZ00KN
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