Pearl Izumi – Ride Men’s Pro In-R-Cool Bib Shorts, Tibetan Lime, Small

November 11, 2016 - Comment

This essential piece for performance-minded riders in search of adventure combines a cool, comfortable Bib upper with our premier chamois. The Pro In-r-cool Bib short features classic cut and style, with standard inseam length and our proven Pro Anatomic 1:1 chamois. Direct-vent Pro Transfer fabric in the upper keeps you cool, dry and comfortable, while

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This essential piece for performance-minded riders in search of adventure combines a cool, comfortable Bib upper with our premier chamois. The Pro In-r-cool Bib short features classic cut and style, with standard inseam length and our proven Pro Anatomic 1:1 chamois. Direct-vent Pro Transfer fabric in the upper keeps you cool, dry and comfortable, while the anatomic multi-panel design assures you can stay focused.

Comments

D. Harris says:

Cycling’s best Pro Bib Shorts for athletes who desire a compression fit and one of the best pads on the market! This review is for the 2015 Pearl iZumi men’s Pro In-R-Cool bib shorts. I’ve purchased lots of Pearl iZumi cycling clothing over the years—it’s my favorite brand. And I’ve got clothing from all three lines (Select, Elite and Pro). 

John B. White says:

Why did I wait so long? I’ve been riding for thirty years and for some reason resisted the purchase of bib shorts. That was a mistake! They are as good as everyone says. I wear a medium in running shorts, but a large in these bibs fits me perfectly. So far I’ve only done a couple of fifty mile rides, but I am very pleased with their performance. In a couple of weeks I’ll be doing a metric century, which is as far as I care to go these days, and these will be my choice for the ride. I also purchased a pair of…

feelingHipster says:

If you like PI bib shorts, strongly consider these Excellent bib shorts. Fit and finish are fantastic and the chamois feels soft to the skin and is supportive, even on longer rides. The PI PRO bib shorts don’t quite match the minimalist feel of a Castelli Free Aero race bib, but I wouldn’t rank the PI lower than the Italian brand. To me, sizing on the PI is a little closer to what I’d expect: I wear a medium PI PRO, but a large Castelli FA. Unless you like to go ultra high-end with cycling apparel, these should be on your to-try list…

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