Skip to main content

Terry Hi Rise Holster Bike Short Plus - Women's

No Image Available
This item is currently not available.

Details

Hallelujah – high rise waistbands are here and now available in extended sizing. In addition to a comfortably wide, high rise waist, we've engineered the Holster Short with deep, stretchy, perforated pockets at both sides for quick, convenient access. Equipped with a slightly higher level of compression, the Holster is an all-day endurance short thanks to Terry's Flex Air Chamois. It's a great choice for all kinds of riding from gravel to touring to mountain biking. 8.75 inch inseam.

Moisture Wicking

Transports moisture away from skin so you feel drier and cooler.

Breathable

Allows vapor to escape, so you feel drier and more comfortable.

• 75% nylon/25% spandex fabric with a moderate level of compression is comfortable for extended rides
• sculpted 6-panel fit with flat seam construction to help prevent chafing
• ultra-wide, contoured, extra high waistband aids in feeling supported and covered while in the bike position and accomodates all body types
• deep mesh hip pockets at both sides for an alternate on-bike carrying strategy
• 2 inch elastic-free, self-fabric leg bands for comfort
• 8.75 inch inseam

  1. Washing: Always wash your top after each ride to prevent bacteria buildup and odor. Use cold water and a gentle detergent to avoid damaging the fabric. Avoid using fabric softeners, bleach, or dryer sheets as these can damage the fabric and reduce its effectiveness.

  2. Drying: Hang your top to dry in a cool, dry place. Avoid direct sunlight and high heat, as this can damage the fabric and cause it to lose elasticity. Do not tumble dry or iron your top.

  3. Storage: Store your top in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and moisture. Do not fold or crease the top, as this can damage the fabric and reduce its effectiveness. Instead, hang it on a hanger or lay it flat in a drawer.

  4. Maintenance: Inspect your top regularly for signs of wear and tear. Check the seams, zippers, and elastic bands for damage or stretching. If you notice any damage, have it repaired as soon as possible to prevent further damage.

Related Items