Terry Bicycles Peloton HI VIS Short - Women's

Terry Bicycles Peloton HI VIS Short - Women's
$96.95
Peloton HI VIS Short - Women's by Terry Bicycles
Price subject to change | SKU: TRY002G

Terry Bicycles Peloton HI VIS Short - Women's

One of the biggest concerns in heavy traffic is standing out to vehicles zipping by, especially as the sun begins to dip beneath the horizon. Satisfying your need for greater visibility along these bustling urban corridors, the Terry Bicycles Women's Peloton HI VIS Short incorporates a flash of vibrant color along the leg band, so you can stand out to passing traffic. Besides being visible in heavy traffic, the HI VIS Short delivers one of the best values in cycling apparel with supportive stretch and plush padding at a price that leaves room for upgrades to your trusty road bike. It's comprised of a supportive blend of nylon and spandex, which tightly conforms to your body for muscle stabilization without sacrificing key movement. Terry Bicycles scraps traditional elastic bands on their shorts, which are prone to creating the dreaded "sausage effect" as they pinch your legs. Instead, they employ elastic-free comfort bands that prevent the bottoms from riding up, but without being overly tight or pinching skin. We'd be amiss to forget the seamless, four-way stretch chamois equipped on the Peloton HI VIS Short, which is crafted in Italy for superior comfort and quality. Its contoured foam not only follows every contour of your body, but it's effective at soaking up jarring vibration transmitted through your saddle. And to ensure a cooler overall feel, breathable perforations disperse sweat from wrecking havoc on your cycling comfort in warm weather.

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