The Pearl Izumi Men's Pursuit Black Race Suit is the result of carefully engineered textiles strategically placed for aerodynamic performance and optimal airflow when every second matters. It features P. R. O. Aero fabric for reduced drag along it leading edges. A lightweight stretch fabric accommodates your every move while breathing to release built-up heat and perspiration. Longer sleeves with a raw edge reduce drag. The upper portion is finished with a full-length semi-autolock zipper which can be flipped up and tugged open when you need more ventilation. The suit's bottom features laser cut leg openings with silicone print to hold the hems in place. The Team 1:1 chamois is comprised of a floating top sheet which is designed to move with you during aggressive riding. A mid-layer of foam provides support and comfort, while a wicking backing fabric helps keep you dry and comfortable throughout the ride. The Pursuit Black Race Suit features a Speed Sleeve construction that creates an optimal close-to-the-body fit to eliminate wrinkles and reduce drag while in the cycling position. Rounding things out, you'll find three pockets along the back for storing quick energy to fuel you throughout the race.
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