Pearl Izumi Men’s Elite Thermal Cycling Tight, Black/ Black, Medium

October 21, 2014 - Comment

ELITE Thermal Fleece fabric panels provide superior moisture transfer and warmth ELITE 3D Chamois Constructed leg articulation for a full range of motion 8” lower leg zipper with internal draft flap and zipper garage Contoured leg opening provides additional coverage at top of shoe Silicone gripper at ankles to keep tights in place 360 degree

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ELITE Thermal Fleece fabric panels provide superior moisture transfer and warmth ELITE 3D Chamois Constructed leg articulation for a full range of motion 8” lower leg zipper with internal draft flap and zipper garage Contoured leg opening provides additional coverage at top of shoe Silicone gripper at ankles to keep tights in place 360 degree reflectivity

Comments

Ronald Dufel says:

Top quality I got these for the really cold mornings here in San Diego. HaHA. Actually I didn’t think I would need the long pants, but read some review that said if the air temp is below 60 degrees, you should cover your knees so the joints stay warm. I do wear them on warmer days that get up to 60 and have never felt they were too hot. 

Tx MTB'er says:

Top Performance Cycling Tights These tights are exactly as advertised. They have an incredible fit, wick moisture nicely,and of course keep you very warm during those chilly morning rides. The chamois is comfortable and form fitting. It doesn’t make you squirm around on your seat like many others. The tights fit like a glove, but move with you and are not restrictive in any way. I would rate them as excellent and recommend these to anyone who is looking for top performance cycling tights.

H. Evans says:

Not as warm as I’d hoped for winter riding The construction and materials are excellent, as is everything I’ve tried from Pearl Izumi. However, with the word ‘Thermal’ in the name, I assumed that these would work well in the 30’s and 20’s, but they are not as warm as I had hoped. They probably would be fine on a very hard ride, but when the temperature is mid-20’s or lower and you are peddling only moderately, they are not as warm as I would like. When the temperatures are mid-30’s and up, the warmth is fine.

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