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#6 out of 138 Shorts / Pants
Brand: Pearl Izumi

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  • Jeff Barber

    These thermal tights will do the job on the trail, keeping you warm in even the coldest conditions. I've found they even do a good job retaining their insulation value when damp/wet. The best I've tried so far, though I wouldn't say they're perfect.

    Super warm and great fit. Good quality construction and sleek styling. Reflective piping is great for night rides and the zippers are smooth.

    As some have mentioned, the chamois is just ok. I find them a little tight on my calves - and I don't have huge legs by any means. The drawstring is also a bit chintzy.

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  • dubinjs

    Great tights. I would recomend them. I have been warm on rides this fall with temps down around 30 degrees.

    Very warm and comfortable on cold days.

    Could have a little more padding in the camois area. Also, would be nice if they made them in differant lengths. Im short and I have alot of extra material in the length. Not a big deal though.

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    The Thermafleece is a great addition to any cold weather riding. Especially if you can pick them up for real cheap on Ebay like I did.

    Very comfortable. Keeps the breeze and chill out on a cold SoCal day of about 55-70 degrees.

    My ankle zippers keep coming undone. I cured this problem by rolling up the bottoms.

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  • Lancefan

    These are great tights, but hey their Pearl Izumi, what do you expect.

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  • Bombardier

    I got a pair of these off of eBay.... and they're very warm & comfortable.
    I even wear 'em on normal days instead of our standard issue Army polypro cold-weather stuff, and they've held up very well.
    They breath excellently, hold in heat, and repel water nicely.
    The only problem that I've found is that they're only about 50% windproof. This is good for the breathability of the tights, but at temperatures under 35, it's too much.
    To offset this, I wear a pair of Polartech tights under the Izumi tights, which gets the windproofed-ness up to about 75%, and still allows your sweat to evaporate.

    I recommend these tights for dry/damp climates, & temperatures between 35 degrees-55 degrees F.

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