Equip yourself for crisp morning temperatures and chilly, in-between weather with the full-length coverage of the Terry Bicycles Women's Coolweather Tight. Ideal for temps ranging from 40 to 60-degrees, this full-length cycling tight keeps you comfortably insulated when you're riding in the spring and fall. Its T-Dry fabric wicks moisture off your body for enhanced temperature regulation on long rides, with a touch of light compression for extra muscle support. Moreover, you'll find a side-zip pocket for holding energy gels and small accessories, such as cash and keys. Featuring a fitted eight-panel design with a wide waistband and elastic-free front yoke, this tight comfortably conforms to your lower body with a secure, pinch-free fit. Woven Terry leg grippers prevent the bottom hems from riding up when you're pushing yourself at a high cadence. Its integrated Flex chamois consists of a seamless four-way stretch with Elastic Interface Technology and multi-density foam padding. Essentially, this means you'll stay comfortably padded from road vibration and small bumps, without chafing or saddle irritation.
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