Thanks for posting this! I haven't bought any shorts online yet. The bike shop in my town has plus sizes but they are $100/pair and I can't afford them. I checked out the site and they even have shorts for $30 so that's nice. :)
Jennifer P., Central IL
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SheBeest and Terry offer functional and attractive womens cycling apparel in plus sizes. Pearl Izumi has a few things up to XXL, but they fit more like just XL in most cases. JCP has some very pretty tech t's that I use for casual or workout rides.
I just ordered a padded bike skort (bike shorts with a little skirt attachment) from Aero Tech designs. For those of us who are still of a plus size, it can sometimes be humiliating to realize that what a company calls 1X is actually about a size 10! But the size on these is VERY true to regular sizing. I ordered a 1X, thinking that if I kept working out it would fit me by the end of April, and instead it fits perfectly right now! So if anyone is looking to buy bike clothes, I can recommend them. I'm very pleased. store.aerotechdesigns.com/catalog.ht ml
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