Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Thermal Bib Shorts

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P.R.O. Thermal Bib

Pearl Izumi PRO Thermal Bib Knicker: MicroSensor?-Thermal fabric for exceptional moisture transfer and warmth. 4-way Stretch MicroSensor? -Mesh bib upper. Knicker design keeps knees warm and comfortable; Pearl Izumi leg grippers...

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Solitude   [Nov 11, 2015]
Strength:

can't find any strengths

Weakness:

The fabric sucks, doesn't hold up with use

Pearl Izumi has the worst warranty among cycle clothing manufactures, Don't believe their web site about supporting their customers.

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Joshua Levin   [Oct 19, 2012]
Strength:

4D Motion pad works. Not earth shattering, but it works.

Weakness:

None worth mentioning.

Amazing bib for extending your "short" season into fall/early-winter/spring. My only complaint w/ PI in the past has been the length of the legs being to long (I'm 6'1" and prefer a shorter leg), but in a cold weather bib, that isn't an issue at all, in fact it turns into a positive. My only advice is to check the Castelli lineup for that season. They have a VERY solid cold weather thermal bib as well (called "Nero" or "Nanoflex" depending on the year). Some years the PI costs more, others Castelli runs higher. Buy the one that is cheaper, you won't be unhappy either way!

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5
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5
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