We believe that bikes are the ultimate vehicle for living an inspired, impactful and immersive life.

Technical Gear to Outfit Your Adventures

PEARL iZUMi believes that riding more inspires all of us to do more. Bikes are good for people and the planet and PEARL iZUMi is in business to make apparel the right way. And because the materials they use and the emissions they create to manufacture their products directly affect the places we all ride, they’re committed to actively confronting climate change.


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Business Practice

Their process for progress includes the adherence to the Higg Index for internationally sustainable supply chain decisions, their partnership with the Renewal Workshop and working toward a 100% carbon neutral HQ by 2025.

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Built for you, built to last. If you’re looking to make sustainable purchasing decisions, they have your back. Every day they move toward manufacturing more products using recycled, renewable and/or organic materials. And by 2023, about 90% of their items will be sustainably made. Plus, the gear is built to last, backed by a Lifetime Guarantee and free in-house repairs from PEARL iZUMi.

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The notion that bikes make us better and are better for our planet is at the core of their advocacy work. They partner with action-focused organizations committed to expanding cycling infrastructure and increasing access to bikes. A few of those organizations are: All Kids Bike, People For Bikes and IMBA.

The first apparel line designed to be ridden out of existence. PEARL iZUMi calculated the Pedal to Zero number using the EPA’s estimate that a typical passenger car produces 404 grams of CO2 per mile. For example, their Rove Short creates the equivalent of 9.8kg of CO2*. Therefore, if you ride 24 miles instead of driving, you’ve zeroed out the emissions impact of the Rove Short. This knowledge can inspire us to change our behavior. *This information was calculated by PEARL iZUMi using the Higg Product Module 2.0 at It includes cradle-to-gate impacts only.

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