Pearl Izumi Women’s Sugar Thermal Cycling Tight

November 26, 2013 - Comment

SELECT Thermal fabric sets the benchmark for moisture transfer and warmth 6–panel anatomic design 7” Ankle zipper Women’s Tour 3D Chamois 29” inseam [size medium] Reflective elements for low–light visibility Product Features Read the care content label on the inside of your garment for specific instructions; use simple detergents with no additives. New Sugar thermal-a

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SELECT Thermal fabric sets the benchmark for moisture transfer and warmth 6–panel anatomic design 7” Ankle zipper Women’s Tour 3D Chamois 29” inseam [size medium] Reflective elements for low–light visibility

Product Features

  • Read the care content label on the inside of your garment for specific instructions; use simple detergents with no additives.
  • New Sugar thermal-a future classic
  • Gear designed and constructed to fit perfectly to the body in motion. The perfect balance of anatomic fit, performance engineered materials and the personal interface between athlete and gear.
  • Our 4 core fabric technologies (Transfer, Barrier, Thermal and Softshell ) create a system that works to help you maintain the perfect temperature for the weather conditions and activity range day in and day out
  • Pearl Izumi product is built to last the lifetime of the garment, and this is how long we will stand behind it. Product purchased from an authorized dealer or retailer is fully warranted to the original owner against defects in materials and workmanship

Comments

KM in Maryland says:

Flattering and comfortable, but maybe not “thermal” As with other Pearl Izumi products, these fitted tights are flattering and comfortable–and this is coming from someone who does not like wearing anything too fitted. The padding in the saddle fits well, not too bulky.As a caveat: although they are called “thermal”, I don’t think that they would work well for folks living in cold climates. I wore them out yesterday with temps in the high 30’s and they were not really warm enough. I would say that if you’re cycling in temps of 40s or 50s, they’ll be fine. Anything colder than that, and you’ll want something heavier or you’ll need to layer.

Jody says:

LOVE these! I LOVE everything about these. I am 5’9″ 134 pounds and the medium is perfect. The padding is not bulky but provides ample cushion. I mountain bike a couple times a week and have worn these four times so far, they stay in place and have kept me warm in cold weather. The warmest weather I’ve worn them in is 70 and I was still comfortable, coldest was in the high 40s but I had several upper layers on. I highly recommend these!

A. Larson "AvidReader" says:

Awesome Tights I was out of the saddle for a few weeks and slipped these on for a cold weather ride (I live in Phoenix, so granted, that’s an issue of perception), and they felt like an old friend. I would wear them instead of jeans if society were less judgmental and I didn’t mind stares. Heck, I’d even wear them to church, and I think Jesus would, too.They’re thick enough to be warm in the wind (it was in the low 50s – brrrrr), yet they’re not all bulky. They’re actually pretty slimming, which is a reason to buy them in itself. When I first put them on, I thought they might be big, but as I rode, the little bit of extra material I’m not used to in bike shorts was actually kind of nice because it gave me mobility without feeling like I was going to bust a seam.So, in a nutshell, yeah, Iike these, and you will too.

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