SUGOi Leg Cooler

SUGOi Leg Cooler
SUGOi Leg Cooler
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Leg Cooler by SUGOi
Just because you're riding at midday in the summer heat, doesn't mean you have to melt like an ice cube on the pavement. Your Sugoi Leg Coolers keep your legs from overheating when you hammer up steep ascents and rack up miles on sweltering hot summer days. Icefil fabric is moisture reactive and uses your perspiration to cool your skin as you start to sweat and the UPF 50+ rating makes a solid choice for long, exposed rides.

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SKU: SUG00EA
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