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Pearl Izumi ELITE In-R-Cool® Tri Shorts - UPF 50+ (For Women)

Closeouts. Suitable for training and race day, Pearl Izumi's ELITE In-R-Cool® Tri shorts offer excellent cooling properties and a quick-drying chamois that performs well in the swim, run and cycling legs.

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  • Reviewed by bumblebee from NC on Thursday, August 4, 2016
    I have ordered about four different brands which I had to return to various other companies for fit or size issues. But this short...AHHH...this short...I will wear when I am on the stationary bike and while doing my workout routine. The chamois is not so thick to bunch up or even look obvious. I am very pleased with the quality and fit. I am petite 5' and 106 lbs and very fit for my age. My waist is 28 and hips 34 and the M is a good fit as it is not so tight to restrict breathing. The slightly lower cut in front makes for a nice smooth look when wearing my PI tops. There are no ripples or elastic bulges or curling waistband and I like that. Got to look good at the gym as you never know who is watching you. Thank you STP for offering this high quality item. Its a winner for me.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by eurieka from Los Angeles on Thursday, October 15, 2015
    I'm not sure what it is about the material and seaming but these are extremely uncomfortable. The "Pearl Izumi" script that is screened on also seemed of low quality, as if it were going to flake off immediately. These were returned immediately.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Meg from California on Tuesday, May 5, 2015
    Great quality - these stayed put through my entire swim, bike and run. Run a little small, but once I found the right size they were great
  • Reviewed by KJ from Virginia on Saturday, April 11, 2015
    I am a consistent size small in Pearl Izumi bike shorts. However (as with most tri clothing), I had to size up to a medium for a comfortable fit in these. I wear them for bike-run days so if you are swimming I guess maybe you could get away with your usual size? The bands on the legs are the tightest part (and I have skinny legs) relative to hips and waist. I like the shorter inseam. The chamois is the thinnest of any tri shorts I've tried, It was fine for the mountain bike but I don't think I'd want to wear these for any length of time on a road bike.
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