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Cyclocross Pant Mid-Weight Men's

MSRP: $130.00
Was: $130.00
Now: $52.00
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Verge Sport knows cross better than any other apparel manufacturer in America and our cross pants even make the Belgians jealous. 

Featuring full opening side zippers, along with adjustable bib straps that also fully open allowing nearly instant removal. 

When the race official announces one minute to start, you open the zippers and step out of your pants without ever touching your muddy shoes. 

Pre-race convenience is just the beginning because these pants are made from a light weight stretch fabric that blocks both wind and water to keep you dry and clean before the start.  The knee is articulated so you do not feel bunching and the calf area is specifically designed tighter to minimize contact with your chain rings.  Wide comfortable elastic is placed at the ankle and waste to keep them in place, even while inspecting the cross course. 

 **Intended temperature range is any time you want to stay dry and clean, but best below 65 degrees**


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  • 5
    Cross pant 2.0

    Posted by KB on 12th Nov 2013

    I have a pair of vermarc full zip tights before but I don't use them a lot because I don't always need something to keep me that warm so I figured I'd give these a try. After a few uses I know that I'll definitely use them more often because of the lighter weight/ windproof fabric. I'm not sure what the fabric is but it worked great at keeping the mud out. These tights are also much easier to get on / off. The knees are a little baggy so there's no binding when you're pedaling or dismounting.

    The medium size equates to my medium bib Elite tights but with room for leg warmers or another pair of regular bibs underneath.

  • 3
    CX pants

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Oct 2013

    These are warm enough into the low 30's but the cuffs ride up to my ankles when riding. I have to wear them low on my hips to avoid this.