Latest reviews

MTR Shell Jacket

What MTB MTR Shell Review
14/03/2016
Score: 4/5
“There are good jackets and there are jackets that you recommend to fellow riders again and again. The Endura MTR is one of the latter. Not because it has all of the bells and whistles but because it combines being beautifully minimal with providing eminently practical performance...Stretch shoulder inserts give plenty of movement and are the surprise extra feature in such a well-priced jacket."

SingleTrack Jacket

Scotland Outdoors SingleTrack Jacket Review
14/03/2016

“The new MTB jacket in men’s or women’s styles is perfect for the trails this Spring. Waterproof, with underarm zipped vents, it has a great cut – with longer arms, zipped from pockets and reflective details. The two tone styling makes it stand out, and it comes in a few different colours. The is properly shaped and neat so it’ll fit under a lid, while it stows away in the collar when you don’t need it. Rigorously tested by Scottish Enduro Champ Katy Winton – it gets her seal of approval!”


Wms SingleTrack Jacket

Scotland Outdoors SingleTrack Jacket Review
14/03/2016

“The new MTB jacket in men’s or women’s styles is perfect for the trails this Spring. Waterproof, with underarm zipped vents, it has a great cut – with longer arms, zipped from pockets and reflective details. The two tone styling makes it stand out, and it comes in a few different colours. The is properly shaped and neat so it’ll fit under a lid, while it stows away in the collar when you don’t need it. Rigorously tested by Scottish Enduro Champ Katy Winton – it gets her seal of approval!”


Wms SingleTrack Jacket

What MTB Wms SingleTrack Jacket Review
14/03/2016
Score: 4/5

“With the poor recent weather, this jacket has been a necessity. The Endura SingleTrack jacket has some impressive waterproofing and packs down to a stowable size when not in use. It’s not the most breathable, especially given the warm temperatures the UK has been having, so the underarm zips are a welcome addition. Available in red, or a vivid purple, the women’s specific cut fits well and still provides ample room for layers underneath, and the jacket sizes up true.”


Wms BaaBaa Merino L/S Baselayer

MBUK Most Wanted
04/03/2016
Score: 4.5/5
"A good baselayer should be a staple of every mountain bikers wardrobe. Just like the men’s BaaBaa, the women’s version is made from merino wool and is light, warm, itch free and wicks sweat extremely well. It dries quickly too, and can be worn two or three rides before it starts to smell. The cut is well shaped for female curves, with a longer hem at the rear to ensure no draughts get in while you’re hunched over the bike. The sleeves are sufficiently long and the flatlock seams ensure comfort and prevent chafing. A great garment to keep you warm and dry on colder days."

Pro SL Classics Jersey

Cycling Weekly FS260-Pro SL Classics Jersey Review
03/03/2016
Score: 8/10

"The short-sleeve jersey has soft thermal Roubaix underarm panels and it comes with separate arm-warmers for when the weather is chilly. By using a thin, softshell outer Endura has created a lightweight, breathable jersey that blocks the wind and repels light rain. The large dropped tails offers good coverage and there are reflective decals..."


Luminite II Jacket

Triathlete Magazine - Luminite II Jacket Review
25/02/2016

"This is the ultimate hi-vis jacket. Not only is the colour super bright, but reflective accents draw added attention to the rider in the path of car headlights. The Luminite even has an LED built into the rear pocket. The increased visibility is why you'll want the Luminite, but the reason you'll love it is the fully seam-sealed multi-layer waterproof fabric that will keep you dry in a deluge. Extra details like draw chords at the neck and waist, cozy lining and reflective Velcro cuffs make this jacket a fine value. The fit is loose to accommodate multiple layers. Consider ordering a size down if you're looking for a close-to-body fit"


Pro SL Thermal Windproof Jacket

Cycling Weekly FS260-Pro SL Thermal Windproof Review
25/02/2016
Score: 9/10

"From Endura’s Pro SL line, this jacket is described as “winter training insulation”. At temperatures around 5-8°C, I was comfortable wearing just a long-sleeved base layer and this jacket – wind-proofing is very good, especially on the front of the garment, where there is also a polyurethane waterproof membrane on selected panels. This fabric has a good amount of stretch and a highly effective water-repellent finish. Other details include a comfy high-cut collar, extended cuffs for glove integration and reflective details."


Wms SingleTrack Jacket

MBUK Wms SingleTrack Jacket Review
22/02/2016
Score: 3.5/5

"At first glance this women’s waterproof looks like it’ll be of the warmer (read ‘sweatier’) variety, but the reality is quite different. On one of our wettest rides this winter, this slim-fitting jacket breathed well and kept us dry for the duration. It balances temperature well, so we stayed warm when we has to stop for others to fix mechanicals but didn’t overheat while pedalling."


Wms SingleTrack Jacket

bikeradar - Wms SingleTrack Jacket Review
22/02/2016
Score: 4/5

"It’s fair to say there was a great deal of admiration for the colourful, slim cut waterproof. The bold purple and contrasting teal coloured zips make the jacket immediately stand out without being garish.
At first glance, the SingleTrack appears as if it might be one of the dreaded 'boil in the bag' varieties of waterproof, but on this score I couldn’t have been more wrong. After enduring one of the wettest rides of 2015, the fully sealed 2.5 layer waterproof fabric breathed well and kept me dry..."