Pearl Izumi Speed Shorts

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MSRP : $64.95

Product Description

Head for the gym for your pre-season spin workouts with the Pearl Izumi Women's Select Speed Short in your bag. A short, 4.5-inch inseam helps you stay more comfortable in that overheated workout studio, while the short's soft Sensor-Transfer fabric wicks like crazy to keep you drier during those sweaty sprint intervals.

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