Pearl Izumi Men’s Pro In-R-Cool Bib Shorts, Black, Medium

March 2, 2014 - Comment

P.R.O. Transfer In-R-Cool fabric powered by cold black provides optimal cooling and reflective sun protection P.R.O. Transfer Dry fabric. Product Features Read the care content label on the inside of your garment for specific instructions; use simple detergents with no additives The legendary fit, performance, durability and comfort of this classic style is optimized with

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(as of April 19, 2020 12:40 pm EDT - Details)

P.R.O. Transfer In-R-Cool fabric powered by cold black provides optimal cooling and reflective sun protection P.R.O. Transfer Dry fabric.

Product Features

  • Read the care content label on the inside of your garment for specific instructions; use simple detergents with no additives
  • The legendary fit, performance, durability and comfort of this classic style is optimized with our In-R-Cool technology and fast-drying Transfer Mine
  • The perfect balance of anatomic fit, performance engineered materials and the personal interface between athlete and gear
  • See Product tag and wwwpearlizumicom for Warranty Information
  • A clothing system that works to help you maintain the perfect temperature for the weather conditions and activity range day in and day out

Comments

Allan R says:

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes! Pearl Izumi loves to tinker with their product lines…it seems like every season they make some kind of change to their designs. This is my first 2013(?) model In R Cool bib shorts I’ve bought, and yes, they are changed in comparison to last season’s model. The materials seem to be similar, but they made changes to the bib shape. The bib comes down lower in front, which is a good thing. It is much easier to go to the bathroom, and you don’t feel like you are wearing a girdle in front. Also, there is a cut out in the back of the bib, allowing for more ventilation and drying of the fabric. Also, a good change. Another change they made is to the bottom hem of the short. The hem is much thinner, and the gripper silicone is softer. It feels better at the end of the shorts against the leg, more supple. However, something I don’t like is that it gives me that “sausage casing” look around the hem of the short. I don’t know if they made the bottom leg openings smaller, or…

Lisa E Hern says:

Sweet Bibs! Grab 2! 0

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