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Women's Biking Pants
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women's biking pants - Pearl iZUMi
Pearl iZUMi Women's Slice Thermal Cycling Tight,Black,Medium
A cold ride doesn't make you tougher, it just makes you miserable. Beat the freeze with the Pearl Izumi Select Thermal Tight. Constructed using Select Thermal Fleece, the Thermal Tight traps body heat while pushing moisture away from the skin, keeping you warm AND dry. The wide, yoga-style waistband won't pinch or bunch when hunched over in the saddle, and the eight-panel construction wraps around body's contours for a fit so comfortable you might think Pearl built the Select Thermal Tight especially for youwell, they did.
Material: [body] 100% polyester
Weight: 227 g
Recommended Use: cool-weather cycling
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year
Rachel and I found ourselves in town on a Saturday. Nightmare. We eventually ended up in the Northern Quarter, as we usually do. I was starting to get ratty and hungry. I had not found anything remotely close to what I had spent the last two hours looking for and was beginning to feel like going home. At one point, earlier in the day, I had managed to instigate an impromptu moment of chaos while trying on a pair of trousers in a particularly cramped, curtain fronted fitting cupboard, in a vintage clothes shop, at the bottom of Afflecks Palace. Somehow, while clumsily hanging my coat on largest protruding, wall-mounted object in the room; I switch the lights off in my immediate vicinity, plunging me, mid fitting, into complete darkness. My initial response was to laugh a bit, as I stood there in my pants and ponder my next move. Then I began to notice the sound of other shoppers’ slightly panicked voices and the urgent shuffling of feet, coming from the other side of the curtain. In a flash, I realised that I had also unwittingly extinguished all of the lights throughout the entire shop. Without a moment of hesitation, I began to manically fumble with, what felt like hundreds of switches on the wall, which in turn temporarily transformed the shop into a sort of low-tech vintage rave up. Before giving up on town completely however, we decided to have a quick look in ‘POP’ on Oldham Street. There it was. On the ground floor, standing proud and unashamed. A small white, 1990s women’s (I'm so going to use it though) Raleigh bike. We were both drawn to it and, as soon as Rach’ had perched a top it, she was intent on owning it. After a brief and earnest discussion between the both of us on the fact that we had not come into town to buy a bike, our fanatical outlook and how we intended to get it home, the thing was bought. I went and got a bus while Rachel rode the bike home.
Tour Master Cortech Women's size L
Bought this jacket for my girlfriend and it has about 5 short bike rides on it for a total of maybe 3 hours of use. This jacket is virtually brand new off the rack, is a very nice ladies white with black accents and zip-in/out liner. Seems like a quality textile jacket that offers good protection and ventilation without the weight, stiffness or heat of a full leather jacket. Jacket is $134.95 new Selling for $25 ------- * Armor-Link 3 Mesh shell incorporates 1680 Denier Ballistic PolyTour Master LRX Air Jacketester shoulder and elbow impact panels. * Mandarin style collar with soft, microfiber trim. * Pre-curved and rotated sleeves increase comfort and performance in the riding position. * 360? Phoslite reflective piping and Cortech’s signature reflective rear triangle help increase nighttime visibility. * The microfiber lined cuffs with hook and loop closures are soft, yet durable. * Adjustable sleeve take-up straps at the forearm and bicep help to secure elbow armor and material. * Removable, CE approved armor at the elbow and shoulder with an articulated Triple Density back protector. * Includes Cortech’s removable, Two-Stage Aquatherm liner. The two stages can be used in conjunction with each other or independently for maximum versatility. * Zippered chest map pocket, hand pockets, internal pouch and mobile phone pocket. * Adjustable waist belts with TPR pulls help fine tune the fit. * Includes a jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included.
women's biking pants
Pull on the Pearl Izumi AmFib Tight and head out for a little mid-winter pick-me-up ride. The AmFibs don't have a chamois so you can wear them over your favorite pair of cycling shorts, or do a little running or cross-country skiing cross-training in them.
Material: Elite Softshell, Elite Thermal Fleece
Inseam: 10in (25.4cm)
Ankle Zips: 8in
Recommended Use: Cold-weather cycling, running, XC skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: Lifetime