Terry Bicycles Metro Short - Women's

Terry Bicycles Metro Short - Women's
$98.95
Metro Short - Women's by Terry Bicycles
Price subject to change | SKU: TRY001A

Terry Bicycles Metro Short - Women's

Ready for daily rides and casual cruises through the city, the Terry Bicycles Women's Metro Short is revamped for added flexibility and urban-friendly function. Designed with woven stretch nylon fabric, this cycling short provides full range of motion and is tough enough to withstand daily wear and tear. Its 11-inch inseam sits at the lower thigh for pedal-friendly fit. Featuring a smooth, V-shaped gusset in the rear, this short provides full flexibility when you're riding around town. Integrated belt loops dial-in a truly custom fit with a belt, while the dual-snap front offers a secure closure. Other functional features include reflective hits along the lower legs, as well as a stitched back panel for increased durability. 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 waistbands 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 Technology 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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