Part of the Touring collection, the Terry Bicycles Women's Knicker sits at the upper calf for extra coverage, with 14% thicker padding for long-distance comfort. Designed with Terry's fastest wicking T-Dry fabric, the Knicker increases the transfer and evaporation of built-up perspiration for a cool, comfortable feel on hot summer rides. Its eight-panel design comfortably conforms to your lower body, with flat-seam construction for a smooth, non-irritating feel when you're pedaling for hours at a time. Its waistband eliminates rolling to keep the rear rise in place, thanks to its wide shape and elastic-free front yoke. Woven terry leg grippers prevent rising, sitting just below the knee for a secure, stay-put fit. Additionally, you'll find a side-zip pocket at the hip for storing small accessories, such as cash and keys. Equipped with a Flex Air Tour chamois for extra padding on longer hauls, the Knicker keeps you comfortable when you're cracking the century mark on grueling rides. This well-ventilated chamois consists of a seamless four-way stretch fabric with Elastic Interface Technology and multi-density foam padding that's 14% thicker for endurance rides. Plus, its lightweight, channeled microfibers and generous perforations offer a cool, airy feel without suffering from the inevitable sweat build-up experienced with a lesser ventilated chamois.
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