Pearl Izumi Men’s Attack Knicker,Black,X-Large

October 13, 2014 - Comment

For days when it’s just too cool for shorts but you’re not ready to break out the tights, these knickers come in clutch. They give just a little more coverage to insulate your joints and keep you happy while you ride. SELECT Transfer fabric provides light insulation and wicks moisture to prevent sweat buildup 8-panel

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For days when it’s just too cool for shorts but you’re not ready to break out the tights, these knickers come in clutch. They give just a little more coverage to insulate your joints and keep you happy while you ride. SELECT Transfer fabric provides light insulation and wicks moisture to prevent sweat buildup 8-panel anatomic design provides muscle support to fight off fatigue Flatlock seams prevent chafing RACE 3D chamois relieves pressure from soft tissue and moves with you as you pedal for extra comfort Silicone leg grippers keep them from riding up

Comments

alh says:

Disappointed with fit and quality My Pearl Izumi “Elite” (size M)cycling shorts are very good–both in fit and in quality. Much, much better in both respects than this pair of “Attack” knickers. Because the sizing of these runs small, they are a squeeze, even on my 33-inch waist/33-inch inseam. However, it wasn’t until I clicked off 20 riding miles that I realized how thin the material is–when stretched–and how skimpy the bottom pad is. On top of that, the small sizing means that after riding a bit, the smooth fabric pulls…

DaveS says:

like them – fit is a little different than PI shorts I ride the PI select shorts in a large, so I initially ordered these attack knickers in a large – the hips fit well, but they were simply too long (check the web site – medium attack knickers are 17″ inseam, the large were closer to around 19″ I believe). Exchanged for the medium, which is snug in the hips for me (not too tight, but more snug than a large PI select shorts), but the length is what I was looking for (above the calf but far enough below the knee). I am ~ 5’9″, ~ 31″ inseam, ~…

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