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SKU: DI9F3503
Product Code: 14549
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  • Tailored to conform to the shape of a woman's body and designed to meet the needs of the endurance athlete, the 226 Tri pant is made from micro-fleece chamois, providing the comfort you need on the bike without compromising the fit and freedom of movement you need in the water and on the run. Features include an AquaPocket that is positioned to reduce drag, hydroseal leg openings, AquaGlide hydrodynamic fabric, and reflective elements to ensure visibility in low light conditions.

    • 89% Polyester / 11% Spandex
    • 8" inseam
    • Hydro print contrast panels
    • Elastic waist
    • Internal draw cord
    • Tri style women's quick dry
    • Hydroseal leg openings
    • Contrast flacklock top stitching
    • Reflective logos


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