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Overview

About Pearl Izumi Transfer 3/4 Pants (For Men)

Closeouts. Stay warm and dry during cool to cold days in the saddle with Pearl Izumi's Transfer 3/4 pants, made of moisture-wicking P.R.O. Transfer fabric in an above-the-ankle length.

Specs

Specs about Pearl Izumi Transfer 3/4 Pants (For Men)

  • Inseam: 22" (based on size large)
  • Fabric: 100% polyester (52% Minerale polyester, 48% polyester)
  • Care: Machine wash/dry
  • Weight: 5 oz.
  • Made in China
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Sizing

Pearl Izumi Mens Size Chart

XS S M L XL XXL
Chest 32 - 35 35 - 37.5 37.5 - 40.5 40.5 - 43.5 43.5 - 46.5 46.5 - 49
Waist 27 - 29 29 - 31.5 31.5 - 34.5 34.5 - 37.5 37.5 - 41.5 41.5 - 45
Hip 32 - 35 35 - 37.5 37.5 - 40.5 40.5 - 43.5 43.5 - 46.5 46.5 - 49

Note: Measurements are in inches.

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3.571428 5 Overall Rating: 3.6 Based on 7 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by a warmer steve from Western Washington on Friday, December 20, 2013
Fit as they should. These are not padded which is nice because they can be used as a layer when off your bike.
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Zeus Fonsi from Boston on Monday, September 29, 2014
    Maybe it was my lack of knowledge of such things, but I expected these to be proper cycling pants, and they are not. These are a base layer designed to be used with your existing cycling pants.

    Despite the misnomer, they do work great. They keep you warm and they breathe pretty well, so you're not all sweaty because of it. Definitely recommend.

    Final note: If you're a short guy, these will be longer than 3/4, but that's the norm with most of these things.
  • Reviewed by lowbeat from Milwaukee, WI on Friday, January 24, 2014
    Didn't realize from the description that this was a baselayer. Still, it works well, sizing is good. No complaints.
  • Reviewed by E-squared from New Mexico on Wednesday, January 15, 2014
    I was hoping these would be like knicker bike shorts, but they didn't live up to that. I'd consider these as thin as thin long underwear, small/tight for my size, and therefore not very usable unless you want to sausage yourself into them for being only a modicum warmer than you would be without. They are probably good for understanding what pantyhose are like if you cut them off mid calf - but still managed to have them really tight on the calf.
  • Reviewed by anomad from SLC, UT on Wednesday, January 15, 2014
    Tighter than pants and looser than tights, too long to be knickers, too short to be pants. Not sure if its underwear or outerwear?

    So maybe the ultimate "in between" lower body garment? I've used it as a layer biking and snowshoeing.

    I don't particularly like the waistband or I'd rate it higher. Pearl Izumi stuff has never fit me well though.
  • Reviewed by BenTed from Davis, CA on Thursday, January 9, 2014
    Given the title, I thought these were designed as outerwear and for cycling. However, they are actually a pair of base layer tights designed to go under your other clothing. That may be fine for other sports, but I needed tights to go OVER my bike shorts. While you could use them as outerwear, the design and flapping labels make them look like a base layer. They seemed OK construction, but I returned them because they won't be of use to me.

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About Pearl Izumi

Before Kinji Shimizu created the first Pearl Izumi cycling apparel, he spent nearly seven days a week on his bike delivering 90 pounds of clothes to customers. He frequently pedaled 38 miles a day. Years later, after his son received a special Italian-made cycling jersey, Kinji was inspired to start creating his own using the best fabrics he could find. The result soon evolved into the Pearl Izumi brand. In the five decades since, the company Kinji founded has continued working hard to make the best gear possible for dedicated athletes and weekend warriors. From incredibly lightweight Pearl Izumi shoes to sleek, comfortable Pearl Izumi running apparel, few other brands have the same relentless drive toward innovation as Pearl Izumi.