Latest reviews

Deluge II Glove

What MountainBike – Outfit Test
21/10/2016
Score: 4/5
"The Transrib Base and Deluge Glove make ideal warm layer pieces to this waterproof shell combination...The Deluge is waterproof with just the right amount of insulation to keep you warm but not so much you overheat ten minutes out, and has plenty of grip on the palm.”

FS260-Pro Adrenaline Race Cape

Cycling Plus – FS260-Pro Adrenaline Race Cape
21/10/2016
Score: 4/5
“One of the smallest packing and lightest jackets on test, it breathes relatively well...All in all, a good value emergency cape."

MTR Shell Jacket

What MTB Outfit Review
21/10/2016
Score: 4/5
“The MTR has long been a favourite for its ultra-lightweight packable style. On test here is the updated version, which now has a (removable) hood and, crucially, is made from a 3-layer waterproof fabric for increased durability...For us this is the jacket that lives in your pack 24/7."

MTR Shell Jacket

MBUK - MTR Shell Jacket Review
21/10/2016
Score: 4/5
"The shape is slim but the jacket moves with you, thanks to the cut of the shoulders and strategically placed stretch inserts. It’s a combination that makes you feel like you’re riding faster just by wearing it."

Pro SL Thermal Windproof Jacket

Outdoor Fitness – Pro SL Thermal Windproof Jacket Review
21/10/2016
Score: 9/10
“There’s a weight and robustness to the Pro SL that makes it the go-to jacket when the weather is squally...Zip this jacket on in October, and you might not take it off until April!”

Transrib High Neck

What MountainBike – Outfit Test
21/10/2016
Score: 4/5
"The Transrib Base and Deluge Glove make ideal warm layer pieces to this waterproof shell combination. The Transrib is tight fitting, very long and stays perfectly in place, and the high neck is comfortable even when done right up."

Pro SL Shell Jacket

Cycling Weekly – Pro SL Shell Jacket Review
16/10/2016
Score: 8/10
"The Scottish brand is really good at detail, examples of which on this jacket include the really nice, soft fabric on the collar and useful mini pocket on the side (perfect for food wrappers)..."

Wms Pro SL Bibshort DS (medium-pad)

Totalwomenscycling Wms Pro SL Bibshort Review
21/09/2016
“Overall, I think the Endura Pro SL bibshorts are extremely comfortable on the sit bones. You can tell that Endura have really gone the extra mile by allowing you to choose the size of your chamois pad…. Even after miles and miles of testing, I very much intend on using this bibshorts going forward. I think that in itself gives the Endura Pro SL bibshorts my seal of approval.”

MT500 Waterproof Short II

Singletrack MT500 Waterproof II Short Review
12/09/2016

"They’re smart and waterproof without looking like a shiny shell suit. The elastic waist helps instant fit and is tuneable with the drawstrings while the taped seams and waterproof Cordura are holding up fine. There’s enough legroom for leaping around on and off the bike and the only thing I missed was at least one secure front pocket. Length was just good enough to keep the pad-gap from appearing mid-thigh and overall, they keep the elements out without bunching of falling down at the wrong moment. Overall: A tough pair of shorts designed by people used to long Scottish winters.”


Windchill II Gilet

What Mountain Bike – Windchill Gilet Review
19/08/2016
Score: 4/5
"The Windchill does as it says on the tin – if you’re looking for warmer gilet for chilly morning rides then the softshell material Endura use here is just the ticket...The softshell material provides both insulation and protection, with rain showers being brushed off and windproofing stopping chills."