Product DescriptionNews flash: cycling is expensive. But just because you ride a bicycle doesn't mean you can't have a quality pair of shorts like the Pearl Izumi Select Short without blowing the budget. The Select Short is constructed from moisture-wicking Select Transfer fabric and features a six-panel anatomic design for a glove-like fit.
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