Hi-Rise Holster Short
When it comes to cycling shorts, high-rise waists can be a life saver. They save you from awkward bunching, fabric rolling, and dreaded gaps between your jersey and shorts, so reach for the Terry Bicycles Hi-Rise Holster Short next time you're kitting up, and ride with fuss-free comfort. In addition to the wide, high-rise waist, these shorts are engineered with deep, perfoated pockets on both sides, offering quick and easy storage of phones and gadgets on the ride. They're cut with a 6-panel fit, and moderate compression to offer your muscles support through the miles, while a two-inch fabric leg band secures the fit in place without riding up or creating the dreaded sausage-casing effect. To cushion your sit bones on the long haul, Terry equips the Hi-Rise Holster with a Flex Air Italian Chamois that takes the sting out of chattery roads, and moves with you thanks to its stretchy elastic interface.
- High-rise shorts that keep your fit locked in place
- Wide, high waistband covers jersey gaps comfortably
- Six-panel construction flatters and supports your body
- Synthetic fabric offers compressive fit for muscle stabilizing
- Deep side pockets let you carry along gadgets and snacks
- 2-inch hem secures fit in place without pinching
- Cushion your sit bones with Flex Air chamois
- Item #TRY0031
- nylon, spandex
- moderate compression
- Flex Air
- Recommended Use
- road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited 1 year
What do you think about this product?
November 12, 2020
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 5"
- 180 lbs
My new gold standard for fit and features. The high rise is amazing, especially if you're not into bibs. For a season or two, I was into the halter bib, but that has some downsides, too, like extra fabric behind your neck, and potential for a loose mid-fit if you're only 5'5" but need the XXL for the waist/hips/thighs. The hi-rise is the winner). The pockets are quickly becoming non-negotiable as I will wash these more often and skip wearing my older shorts sans pockets. I keep my phone in one side for much quicker/easier access vs the back pocket (which is also great for a quick volume adjust if you are riding with an ear bud), and I keep misc. items depending on the day's need in the other (garage opener, chapstick, etc.) I wear a women's 16, on the curvy side, and ordered the XXL. It's a perfect fit.