Pearl Izumi Fly Softshell Pant

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With soft, flexible fabric that can stand up to seriously cold conditions, the Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Fly softshell pants resist water and wind to shield you from harsh weather during your winter runs. Recommended for temperatures between -5degF and 10degF. Lightweight, quick-dry polyester fabric wicks moisture away from skin; wind- and water-resistant front panels keep you dry without sacrificing breathability. Windproof, waterproof, breathable fabric panels on the seat and back of pants provide additional weather protection. Articulated, vented knees enhance mobility and ventilation; zippers on thighs add ventilation options. Elastic waistband with internal drawcord ensures a snug, secure fit. Elastic leg cuffs seal in heat; 8 in. zippers with internal gussets allow easy on-and-off over boots or shoes. 2 zippered hand pockets secure small items such as chapstick, ID or energy gel. Reflective elements on the Aurora Fly softshell pants enhance visibility in low light. Closeout.


Cold and wet conditions are no excuse to bail out of training when you can suit up in the Pearl Izumi Women's Fly Softshell Pant. Heavier waterproof breathable softshell fabric where you need it most and lighter fabric where you don't deliver optimized protection from the elements as you keep your training on track for the spring race season.


Pearl Izumi Fly Softshell Pant

previously retailed for:
$53.73 - $79.72

The Pearl Izumi Fly Softshell Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 27, 2013 at REI.

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