Showers Pass Roadie Tights/Pants

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MSRP : $159.95

Product Description

A technical 3 season tight with a mixture of waterproof Event fabric and softshell fabrics to maximize movement and dryness while on training rides. Waterproof Event fabric on thigh and lower legs, and the softshell stretchable fabric at the knees with drop down ankle gaiters make for a comfortable training ride. Drawstring closure. Suspender compatible. Black. No chamois. 410g.

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