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Louis Garneau Solano Chamois Tights - Women's

$139.99

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Solano Chamois Tights

The Solano Chamois tight delivers warmth in a sleek package to keep us warm on blustery rides. Windproof front paneling keeps the breeze from chilling us to bone on descents, while a more breathable fabric on the backs of the legs regulates temperatures on the climbs. Unlike most cycling tights, the Solanos feature pockets to keep ride essentials close at hand with a right side drop-in pocket for fuel and a rear pocket for a house key or other small items.

  • Tights to insulate you against the chill on winter road rides
  • Knit fabric with brushed back better retains body heat for increased warmth
  • Two pockets stow ride essentials within easy reach
  • Windproof front panels prevent heat loss on the descents
  • Chamois’ beveled edges to eliminate chafing and improve comfort
  • Wide waistband with drawstring won’t slip down nor dig in as the terrain changes
  • Reflective accents increase visibility on the road for those after-work miles
  • Item #LGN00NC

Material
Supra WindDry, HeatMaxx, Endurexx
Season
fall, winter
Fit
form-fitting
Length
full-length
Chamois
AirZone
Reflective
accents
Recommended Use
cyclocross, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 5

Absolutely awesome!

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I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
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True to size

These tights are dynamite! As a florida girl I needed something for those colder northern temps. They kept me warm on a 38 degree day. Never felt the wind, even when we were enjoying the downhills. They are soft, almost cuddly. Fit perfectly. I washed them in a laundry bag, cold water, gentle and they came out as if professionally done. The legs are long, perfect for me, kept my ankles from getting cold. The drawstring was a pain in the butt until I figured it out - I cut the end and Now tie it depending on if I tuck in my baselayer. I highly recommend, worth the $$