Endura is celebrating its 18th birthday this year and to mark this joyous occasion it’s launched an entire new collection of mountain bike clothing.
The new range won’t be properly unveiled to our eyes before the Eurobike cycle show in September, but by the power of email they’ve seen fit to release a snippet of information, to whet our appetite.
You’re getting excited now aren’t you? So what can we look forward to? The classic Singletrack baggy shorts have been freshly updated. These fully featured and durable baggies have been redesigned with “stylish contrast zippers which combines colour and pop in a timeless style that won’t date” it says here.
They’re designed to cope with anything you can throw their way, with a hard-wearing Cordura fabric that is fast drying and water resistant thanks to Teflon HT treatment
Updates also included twin front poppers, a new and effective moulded waist adjuster and magnetic pocket – no more fiddling about with all sorts of things that catch in Velcro closures.
They’ll go nicely with the Convert Softshell, a jacket for changeable conditions when you need versatility. A year-round design, the jacket quickly turns into a gilet (or waistcoat if you prefer) with the sleeves whipping.
A three-layer material is fast wicking and regulates body temperature well, and there’s a full complement of details like a zipped chest pocket and three rear pockets. Meanwhile, for the hands there’s the new Singletrack gloves.
And finally, Endura will show a new range of eyewear at Eurobike, with the Manta’s featuring light reactive lenses and the Rainbow’s have anti-fog lenses, or the multi-use wrap-around Mullet.