|Package Dimensions||34.5 x 27.2 x 6 cm; 311 Grams|
Pearl iZUMi Summit Amfib Lite Pant
|Price:||+ $17.62 Delivery|
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- ELITE AmFIB Softshell fabric oFULL FINGERers wind and water protection
- Thermal Fleece fabric with water shedding PI Dry technology on back of knees
- Snap front waist closure with zip fly
- External waist adjustment
- Two zippered security hand pockets and zipped pocket on thigh
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The Summit AmFIB Lite Pants combine AmFib Lite fabric on the front and Thermal fabric on the back for the perfect balance of warmth and pedaling performance for all but the coldest days. Our PI DRY technology adds water-shedding performance to the Thermal panels so you'll stay dry when charging through puddles or kicking up snow. These insulated mountain bike pants with wind and water protection will keep you cranking through the dark days of winter. Wear these pants over your favorite liner shorts, or wear them over cycling tights for additional warmth.
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These pants are light enough that I’m very much looking forward to also running in them this winter/spring. Based on their feel, I’m guessing they’ll be perfect for running or power-walking below 35F down to the low single digits without any additional liner. The water resistance is also especially convenient during light snow or drizzles.
The zip pockets are well designed so that you can unzip them to take out stuff mid-ride without the risk of anything falling out (though I never am in that situation). Note that the backward deepening pockets mean that you can’t put your hands inside them and walk, but their design is perfect for cycling in particular and works fine for running or other athletic activities as well.
One improvement would’ve been to have zippered vents to release more steam during aggressive workouts, but the only way to increase air flow with the current design is to pull down the Johnson zip; though I should confess that I’ve never been too hot while cycling even in the non-lite pants even up to 40F, and I’m thinking about vents only for the running use case.
For me, these are too warm when riding above freezing, unless it's really windy. While not rain pants, they held up nicely in light mist just above freezing.
Really comfy with just bike shorts. I'll probably add a base layer below 25F/-4C. Also true to size, there's plenty of room for tights or even a medium to heavy base layer.