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Men's MT500 Spray Short - Cayenne

Updated version of the iconic Endura spray baggy - innovative and hard - wearing hybrid that combines the best bits of a waterproof and stretch MTB short




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Model wears size M A) Height 6 foot 183cm B) Chest 39inches 99cm C) Waist 33inches 84cm D) Trouser length 13.7 inches Fresh contemporary mountain riding gear. PFC free this garment features a water repellent finish which is free of toxic PFCs. 1 million with the purchase of this garment we will plant a tree. 
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MT500 Spray Shorts

Overall decent quality however sizing is a bit hit and miss. Had to size up to a large after initially ordering a Medium, which were a bit snug. (normally take a 32" or medium) which results in a longer, baggier short (look more a 3/4 length than a short)to those with a shorter stature. For reference, I wear Endura MTB jerseys at size small. That said, they are comfortable and were at a good price.

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Endura sizing guide is wrong

I'm normally a size 33 waist and according to Endura I'm a size Medium, however it turns out this was not the case when I tried on these shorts. I think Endura might need to check they measuring tape as I see others have had a similar problem.

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