Pearl Izumi Women’s Pro Intercool Short

November 26, 2013 - Comment

When things heat up, jump into the Pearl Izumi Women’s P.R.O. In-R-Cool Shorts. The P.R.O Transfer fabric with In-R-Cool reflects the sun’s rays and dumps excess body heat to keep you from overheating. And, Minerale technology uses porous fibers to get ride of moisture, help control odor, and dry quickly. Product Features Transfer fabric with

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When things heat up, jump into the Pearl Izumi Women’s P.R.O. In-R-Cool Shorts. The P.R.O Transfer fabric with In-R-Cool reflects the sun’s rays and dumps excess body heat to keep you from overheating. And, Minerale technology uses porous fibers to get ride of moisture, help control odor, and dry quickly.

Product Features

  • Transfer fabric with intercool technology provides optimal cooling and sun protection
  • Anatomic multi-panel design
  • Elastic silicone leg gripper with welded construction
  • Seamless 4D Chamois
  • 8-Inch inseam for size medium
  • ? P.R.O. Transfer fabric with In-R-Cool® and Minerale? technology provides optimal cooling and reflective sun protection ? Anatomic multi-panel design ? Elastic silicone leg gripper with welded construction ? W?s Anatomic P.R.O. Seamless 4D Chamois® ? 8? inseam [size medium]

Comments

Texas Chick says:

Nice but pricey These are a good cycling short, but I could not tell an appreciable difference between these and some of Pearl Izumi’s less expensive styles. I wore these on a 30 mile ride and I was perfectly comfortable. I wore them on a 50 mile ride over rougher pavement and was experiencing some numbness in my pelvic region by mile 9 which continued throughout the ride; this isn’t usually a problem for me even on longer rides. The road vibration was creating numbness in my hands and feet as well. I felt some soreness in the seat area where I normally do by the end of the ride. These short’s suggested retail price is $145.00, luckily through Amazon I only paid $82.00, but for that price I still expect superior performance. If price is irrelivant in choosing a cycling short, by all means give these a try….but if like me you want the best short you can buy for the money I’d suggest Peal Izumi’s Attack shorts. I’ve ridden equal distances in both styles of shorts and I can’t tell any difference…

H. Coddington says:

overstuffed, encased sausages! The waist and chamois of this short were fine however, like another reviewer stated, you have to have STICK legs to wear these! I’m not large by any means but have muscular legs. The tight leg on these made my quads looks like overstuffed, encased sausages! The model below this is less expensive, comfortable, and fits well!

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