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Transfer Short-Sleeve Baselayer
Many riders find the idea of layering up when it’s hot out completely counter-intuitive. Why put on more layers when we’re overheating in our jerseys already? The answer is, technology has gotten cool —really cool. The Pearl Izumi Transfer short-sleeve base layer is the perfect example, with summer-weight wicking fabrics that pull moisture away from your skin, and evaporation, boosted by activated charcoal, cools the air, channeling the colder air back towards your body, reducing your core temperature for a more comfortable ride.
The Transfer Short Sleeve base layer is an exceptional option when you need a little something to help you cool off on the hot days, but is versatile enough to be used when it’s cold out too. Simply throw it on for a next-to-skin layer underneath your jersey when it’s cool out to eliminate the cold air gaps between your skin and fabric of your jersey, and keep the chill off of your skin. Because of the evaporative technology it’ll work it’s hardest to keep you dry, and with the proper layers on top, you’ll stay toasty and dry instead of cold and soggy through your fall and winter rides. It’s hard to beat multi seasonal versatility.
- Multi-seasonal versatility
- Anatomically constructed sleeves are designed to contour to your shoulders
- Activated Charcoal in fabric speeds dry time, and facilitates cooling
- Soft seams for extra comfort
- Next-to-skin fit for improved wicking and comfortable layering
- Item #PLZ00MQ
- [front panel] 97% polyester with activated charcoal, 3% LYCRA, [back panel] 88% polyester, 12% LYCRA, [shoulder panel] 80% polyester, 20% LYCRA
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What do you think about this product?
March 10, 2020
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Runs small
- Size Bought
- 5` 7"
- 160 lbs
The lack of stretch that my spring and winter underlayers from PI have make this a really tight fit. I'm a bit on the muscular and broad chested side and can barely squeeze into the underlayer. Otherwise it works really well in warm conditions.