Embarking on a multi-day ride in search of adventure and solitude' Pick up the Terry Bicycles Women's Touring Long Short for premium padding on longer, multi-day tours and rigorous, long-distance rides. Its T-Dry fabric enhances the transfer and evaporation of built-up perspiration, while providing the fabled benefits of light compression. Its longer cut features a 10-inch inseam, sitting at the lower thigh for increased coverage. Featuring an eight-panel, fitted design, this touring short comfortably conforms to your lower body, with a wide, elastic-free waistband for a secure fit. Its flat-seam construction offers a smooth, chafe-free feel when you're pedaling for long distances. Additionally, there's a side-zip hip pocket for storing your cash, keys, and energy gels. Most impressive with the Touring Long Short is the integrated Flex Air Tour chamois. This premium chamois consists of a seamless four-way stretch with Elastic Interface Technology and multi-density foam padding that's perforated for increased ventilation. Its multi-density foam is 14% thicker, soaking up small bumps and road vibration better than traditional padding. Plus, it's thinner at the inner thigh to reduce chafing during endurance rides.
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