Of all the amazing kits that the #EnduraCustom team have created for our athletes and teams over recent years, the race kits we’ve made for Ironman superstar Lucy Charles-Barclay are definitely the ones that we’ve the most interest in. Lucy’s custom QDC Drag2Zero tri suits are always fresh, always bright and always eye catching and so she was the obvious choice to be our launch partner for our new Prints for Good project.
Working in collaboration with Lucy, our amazing custom team have created a strictly limited edition micro-collection of women’s short sleeve jersey, long sleeve jersey, bibshorts and the must have accessory for these tricky times, a matching facemask too.
Prints for Good is a new project from Endura, using our expertise in hand-crafting custom cycling apparel (the Print) and corporate desire to make gains for the environment. We’ll be planting 10 trees for every garment sold (the Good) – this is over and above the tree planting that we’re carrying out as part of our 1 Million Trees initiative.
The jerseys are based on our flagship Pro SL road range and use Italian fabrics in an athletic, women’s specific fit with fast wicking fabrics, coldblack technology and a long, concealed zip and are perfect for racing or training in. The bibshorts use Italian power Lycra® for a supportive fit, our women’s 700 Series pad for supreme comfort and Y-form Lycra bound women’s shaped straps for minimal irritation. For those that like to accessorise, we’ve added a facemask that uses the same design.
Women’s Short Sleeve Jersey
It may be approaching winter but this short sleeved jersey with Lucy’s Autumn print is simply ‘must-have’. Crafted in Endura’s premium fabric collection, you can co-ordinate with the matching bibshort for immaculate outfitting on your favourite ride. Handmade in Scotland.
Women’s Long Sleeve Jersey
Lucy’s Autumn print in a long sleeved thermal jersey, crafted in Endura’s premium fabric collection. Co-ordinate with the matching bibshort for the perfect cold-weather road outfit. Handmade in Scotland.
Photos courtesy of Holly Barclay.