Terry Bicycles Metro Crop Knicker - Women's

Terry Bicycles Metro Crop Knicker - Women's
$118.95
Metro Crop Knicker - Women's by Terry Bicycles
Price subject to change | SKU: TRY0019

Terry Bicycles Metro Crop Knicker - Women's

Fusing skinny-jean styling with a cropped, ankle-length drape, the Terry Bicycles Women's Metro Crop Knicker is a stylish pant for casual bike rides and daily commutes. Designed with woven stretch nylon fabric, this cycling pant provides full range of motion and is tough enough to withstand daily wear and tear. Its 28. 5-inch inseam is optimized for riding around town, with side slits for increased mobility. Other functional features include a dual-snap waist for a secure fit and belt loops for a truly custom fit. Additionally, you'll appreciate the waist's V-shaped rear gusset, which enhances mobility when you're casually cranking around town. Featuring a variety of pockets for functional on-the-go storage, this cropped pant sports a covered rear pocket, secure-zip waist pocket, and front-leg pocket. Ultimately, this means you'll have plenty of space for carrying your smartphone, wallet, and miscellaneous accessories when you're cruising the city. Included is an unattached Universal Liner that's equipped with an integrated Urban chamois for extra padding on longer rides and daily commutes. Its gentle elastic leg and waist-bands secure this liner to your body without uncomfortable pinching. Furthermore, this liner can be worn with any of your regular, non-cycling pants and shorts, instantly transforming them into a padded, road-worthy garment. As for the integrated Urban chamois, this Italian-made chamois consists of a seamless four-way stretch fabric with Elastic Interface Technlogy and multi-density foam padding. Ultimately, this means you'll be riding with less fatigue from bumps and road vibration, all with an upright position that's optimized for commuting and city cruising.

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