No time for games.
When you get on the bike after a day at the office, all you want to do is ride hard until sunset calls you back home. You'd rather not stop for breaks or much conversation, and you most certainly don't have any patience for fit issues that slow you down. Built to fit and feel good today, tomorrow, and the next day, the Pearl Izumi Women's Pursuit Attack Short shares your sentiments.
Pearl's best-selling women's short aims to smooth and support you with its wide, flat waistband and stabilizing Lycra construction, sans flashy frills. Its form-fitting cut and breathable fabric ensure you don't have to waste a second on thoughts of pinching or chafing as you charge towards one of your favorite climbs, and its newly redesigned chamois provides subtle, flexible cushioning whether you're in the saddle for long hours or mere minutes.
- Ride free of distractions with this classic, streamlined short
- Form-fitting cut allows fabric to wick moisture quickly
- Supple chamois provides plush support that moves with you
- BioViz reflective accents help you stay visible to motorists
- Silicone leg grippers prevent wandering leg hems
- Q & A
Reaaallly small, maybe my fault
Totally thought a medium would suffice as I'm usually a small/medium in most leggings and shorts. BOY WAS I WRONG. Haha, I've never bought bike shorts before so I'm guessing that plays a role but just holding them up to my hips and thighs- they wouldn't even make it past my knees if I tried. I plan on getting 2 sizes up and trying that. With that said, I love the design and would like to find them bigger.
Great looking bike shorts
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
Sizing is perfect and the fit is comfortable.
NOT super awesome
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Not up to par compared with earlier versions of this model. I like that fact that they have slimmed down the chamois a bit. However, the fabric seems less robust and the elastic on the legs is gone. Sorry P.I., but a few swatches of rubbery paint is not enough to keep the legs from riding up and that is with a fit that is otherwise quite snug. Even though the stated inseam is the same, they seem to fit shorter in the legs and lower back than years prior. These will be fine for shorter training rides of a but this can no longer be my go-to short for all day in the saddle.