Pearl Izumi Infinity Split Short - Women's

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Pearl Izumi's Infinity Split Short page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A shorter length, light weight, and a super-comfortable brief make the Pearl Izumi Women's Infinity Split Short your go-to bottom for hot-weather runs. Airy and breathable, the short's liner is made with Transfer Minerale fabric that dries 50% faster than comparable stretch knit. We won't go as far as to say that you'll run 50% faster, but if you're that much more comfortable, who knows'

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . While you're running to clear your head, be assured that Pearl Izumi Infinity Split running shorts are keeping you seamlessly comfortable and cool. Available Colors: HOT PINK/REAL PASSION, BLACK, BLACK/TRUE RED, BLACK/TRUE BLUE, BLACK/RUST, SHADOW GREY/PINK PUNCH, BLACK/BLACK, SHADOW GREY/SHADOW GREY, BLACK/ELECTRIC BLUE, BLACK/WHITE, LIME/BLACK. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Pearl Izumi Infinity Split shorts are a must-have for any serious runner. They're built to perform as long as you've got the energy. Tactel(R) nylon fiber is lightweight, comfortable and durable. Floating Ultrasensor(R) nylon/spandex liner improves the fit and performance for active endeavors. Laser-perforated side panels provide ventilation. Single back zippered pocket; also includes internal key pocket. Side panels are notched to enhance easy motion. Closeout.

- REI

Pearl Izumi Women's Infinity Split Short

MSRP:
$40.00

The Pearl Izumi Women's Infinity Split Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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