Pursuit Cycling Thermal Bib Tight - Women's by Pearl Izumi
The best way to start your spring and summer cycling season strong is by riding through the winter, which may take some convincing on frost-bitten mornings and icy roads, but Pearl Izumi sets you up with a bib to combat the cold so you might just forget about the freezing temps and blustering winds. Slide yourself into the Pearl Izumi Pursuit Cycling Thermal bibs and stay warm while you're braving winter's worst. Made from thermal fleece that hugs your muscles to keep them warm while shedding water with PI Dry technology you'll shed the weather with ease, and 4-way stretch offers maximum comfort, because while you want warmth for winter riding, you don't necessarily want awkward bulk and wrinkles. Pearl Izumi adds some women's specific features to these bibs, since we don't share the same anatomy with the guys we ride with, like a sports-bra esque clip on top that is adjustable for customized suspender fit side to side, or snapping together in the middle. A drop tail opening for easy bathroom brakes, since removing all of our layers in a bathroom stall (or behind a snowy tree) is anything but convenient. The women's specific ELITE Pursuit 1:1 chamois offers a smooth feel next to sensitive skin, and a high density foam support for keeping you comfortable in the saddle.
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