Endura's MT500 Spray Baggy Shorts now in three-quarter version

It’s important to keep your key muscles and joints covered in winter, not only to stay warm but also to help prevent injury – and Endura’s award-winning MT500 Spray Baggy Shorts are now available in a three-quarter version to provide extra protection now the cold weather’s set in.

The original MT500 Spray Baggy Shorts were awarded a top Eurobike gong in 2009 and are designed for unpredictable weather, combining the comfort of regular riding shorts with the functionality of waterproofs.

A four-way lightweight stretch Cordura fabric at the front is resistant to tears, scuffs and abrasions, while the waterproof three-layer fully seam-taped rear and waterproof crotch panel help keep your key areas dry on wet, muddy trails.

The shorts are also Clickfast compatible, while strategically placed stretch panels ensure freedom of movement and hem adjusters help give an accurate fit. Zipped front flap pockets, zipped thigh vents and reflective thigh logos complete the look.

The existing MT500 Spray Baggy Shorts retail at £64.99, while the new three-quarter version hit the shops at £72.99.

New colours for the MT500 Jacket, MT500 Burner Shirt and MT500 Overshoes

Endura have been busy updating their autumn/winter range this year – earlier we revealed news of the lightweight Pakajak jacket and Deluge overshoes – and the MT500 Jacket, MT500 Burner Shirt and MT500 Overshoes are all now come in new colours.

First up, the MT500 Jacket (£159.99) is available in a new burgundy colourway for men. The fully seam-taped jacket is made from a three-layer waterproof, breathable PTFE Protection technology body fabric, with Cordura panels for extra durability.

The MT500 Burner Shirt (£35.99) is designed for freeriding and comes in two new colours – burgundy for the long-sleeve shirt and burnt orange for the three-quarter equivalent.

Finally, the MT500 Overshoes (£25.99), made from a tough nylon-faced neoprene upper and hard-wearing kevlar-faced base, are now available in a camouflage colourway.

Head to www.endura.co.uk to view the full range.

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