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When the cold air bites, turn up the heat in the Pearl Izumi Select Thermal Tight. The thermal fleece interior gives you next-to-skin warmth and comfort, and moves moisture to the surface to keep you dry. A front wind brief offers added protection, while ankle zippers allow for temperature control. Reflective details for increased visibility in low-light settings.

Sizing Note: Lengths Available


  • Black (021)


  • Regular: Approx. 28" inseam, 37" outseam (size Medium unstretched)
  • Long: Approx. 30" inseam, 38" outseam (size Medium unstretched)
  • Brushed inner lining delivers warmth and next to skin comfort
  • Front wind brief for added protection
  • 2.5" x 4" internal key pocket
  • 8" ankle zipper with garage for easy on/off
  • Flatlocked seams to eliminate chafing
  • Reflective detail for nighttime visibility
  • Plush elastic waistband features a stretch drawcord


  • SELECT Transfer: Body (82% Polyester/ 18% Elastane) sets the benchmark in warmth and moisture transfer

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Compression
  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick

Customer Reviews

Comments: I've had these for several years and run in temps from the teans- low 40s, they are warm and breath nicely. They have held up really well. I would definitely recommend them if you need a little heavy tight for cold weather. I have a medium and found they fit to size.
From: Jason, Germantown, MD, USA. November 26th 2014

Comments: For runs when temperature is below freezing, this tight should be on top of your list.  I've owned tights such as NB control tight, Saucony Drylete.  Lately with the temperature in the teens, I decided to get something a bit thicker so got the P.I. Select Thermal Tight about 2 weeks ago, and ran twice so far with temperature in the 15 and 25o F.  This tight is thicker than two others I have (see above), also offers more wind protection.  It has kept me warm enough to finish my long runs (7-9M) without feeling frozen and miserable.  Below 10oF, I think it's wise to stay inside and run on treadmill.  As for size, I'm 6'1, 182lbs, and wear 33' waist, 32'inseam as normal slacks.  I ordered the XL for this tight, and it fits fine.  A bit loose in the waist but pull on the cord and you're fine.  Hope this helps those looking for a good true winter running tight.
From: Phuc, Potomac, MD, USA