Terry Bicycles Metro Skort - Women's

Terry Bicycles Metro Skort - Women's
$83.95
Metro Skort - Women's by Terry Bicycles
Price subject to change | SKU: TRY001B

Terry Bicycles Metro Skort - Women's

You don't always need to be draped in Lycra from head to toe to ride your bike. In fact, sometimes a skort ideally fits the bill. The Terry Bicycles Women's Metro Skort blends the freedom of a skirt with the comfort of an Italian-designed chamois, making it well suited for cross-town jaunts and casual rides to your local cafe. The Metro Skort sports a slew of functional features to keep you comfortable on your bike. Its woven stretch nylon fabric offers durability to resist daily wear and tear, while its gusseted rear waistband enhances your range of motion. The two-way vertical side zipper enhances venting and facilitates easy on and off. Moreover, you'll appreciate the secure-zip front waist pocket for holding small accessories, such as cash and keys. Included is an unattached Universal Liner with an 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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