Pearl Izumi

AmFIB Cycling Tight

4.2 stars
4.2 out of 5 stars, 4 reviews
$134.95
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Pearl Izumi

AmFIB Cycling Tight

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$134.95
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All the multi-purpose features of the amazing AmFIB Tight, plus a high performance cycling chamois! AmFIB’s are built to handle pretty much all situations: keeping wind and water out, while the comfy fleece liner keeps warmth in. Features reflective accents for low-light visibility.

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fit: form fit
fabric type: synthetic
# of pockets: 0
inseam (inches): 30.00
waistband: no front elastic
grippers: none
chamois type: multi-density foam, contoured
chamois suggested use: long distance rides
chamois sizes: one size
ankle zippers: yes
country of origin: China
gender: women's

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details
fit: form fit
fabric type: synthetic
# of pockets: 0
inseam (inches): 30.00
waistband: no front elastic
grippers: none
chamois type: multi-density foam, contoured
chamois suggested use: long distance rides
chamois sizes: one size
ankle zippers: yes
country of origin: China
gender: women's
  • Elite Softshell fabric provides wind and water protection; note: this fabric is not very stretchy so the knees are articulated
  • Elite Thermal fleece fabric with a brushed inner surface traps warmth and transfers moisture from the skin so the user stays warm, dry, and comfortable
  • women's Elite 3D chamois with 13mm contoured padding
  • 8" lower leg zippers with zipper garage
  • reflective elements and logos
  • inseam from center seam to bottom hem on an unstretched size medium is 30 inches
  • front leg panels: 45% polyester/40% nylon/15% elastane, weight: 320g/m
  • back panels: 82% polyester/18% elastane, weight: 260g/m
  • See Pearl Izumi care instructions
size chart
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Pearl Izumi Sizing Chart Women's Apparel
Size XS S M L XL XXL
Bust (inches) 31-33 33-35 35-37.5 37.5-40 40.5-42.5 42.5-45
Waist (inches) 23-25 25-27 27-29.5 29.5-32 32-34.5 34.5-37
Hips (inches) 33-35 35-37 37-39 39.5-42 42.5-45 45-47.5

Adult Socks
Size S M L XL
USA Women's Shoe Size 5-7 7-9 9+ na
USA Men's Shoe Size na 6-8 8-10 10+
Euro Shoe Size 35-38 38.5-41 41-44 44+

Women's Gloves
Size S M L XL
width [1] (inches) 6.5-7.25 7.25-8 8-8.75 8.75-9.5

Notes
[1] width refers to palm circumference measurement taken around the widest part of the palm just below the knuckles with hand flat.

Men's Gloves
Size XS S M L XL XXL
knuckle circumference (inches) 6.5-7.25 7.25-8 8-8.75 8.75-9.5 9.5-10.25 10.25-11

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reviews

4.2 stars 4.2 for AmFIB Cycling Tight by Pearl Izumi (4 reviews)

4.0 stars 4.0

Tights perform as intended

(Avid Cyclist) December 3, 2013

I bought these to wear for cold and windy rides. The tights kept me warm in the low 40's. I don't like to layer my bottoms in cold weather thus I bought the tights with padding. Padding seems good for long rides.
Only concern I had was a knee which started to ache during my ride. The wind breaker material doesn't stretch much and might aggravate your knee if too tight. I have a long 34 inseam so the seams around the knee might hit in the wrong place.
I was pleased with the long length of the XL tight though. Tall or long legged people would like this tight.

Pros
Cons
Uses
  • Cold Weather Long Rides
  • Waist: Feels true to size
  • Length: Feels true to length
5.0 stars 5.0

The only winter tight I need

(Avid Cyclist) February 21, 2013

The Amfib tight has worked for me in the coldest temperatures new york city has to offer. The pad is great, the fit is great, and they're very durable. Perfect for rainy days, too.

Pros
  • Comfortable
  • Warm
  • Good Padding
  • Durable
Cons
  • A little on the long side
Uses
  • Cold Weather Cycling
  • Waist: Feels true to size
  • Length: Feels too long
4.0 stars 4.0

Warm and comfortable

(Avid Cyclist) January 27, 2013

Wore them for the first time in cold, miserable weather. Felt comfortable throughout the ride.

Pros
  • Warm
  • Good Fit
  • Comfortable
Cons
Uses
  • Cold Weather
  • Long Rides
  • Wet Weather
  • Road Biking
  • Waist: Feels true to size
  • Length: Feels true to length
4.0 stars 4.0

Would buy again

(Avid Cyclist) January 14, 2012

I wear these on cold days-less than 54 degrees. They keep me toasty. I did a trial ride with these and Gore wind stopper and these performed much better. The fleece adds warmth. The wind blocking on these covers entire front, whereas the Gore covered certain spots they felt needed coverage. I was cold in the Gore. They are a shell only, no fleece. The chamois in the Gore was just ok. The Gore made a noise on my saddle each time I pedalled-the noise of wet rubber rubbing. The Pearli Zumi chamois is just right for me. I rode down hills, back to back, with both to compare. They were both way too long. I'm 5'3 and have to fold them over near the ankle. I wish there was a petite option. They are about 4 inches too long.

Pros
  • Warm
  • Comfortable
Cons
Uses
  • Cold Weather
  • Commuting
  • Road Biking
  • Long Rides
  • Mountain Biking
  • Waist: Feels too big
  • Length: Feels too long
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