Endura Sport

Product collections

Translite S/S Baselayer

MountainBIKER (ES) – Translite S/L Baselayer Review
"En definitiva, esta Translite sin mangas es una prenda ganadora para rodar cómodos y protegidos durante los días más tórridos."

MT500 Helmet

MBR - MT500 Helmet Review
Score: 9/10
"We tested 12 trail helmets two months ago, and the MT500 is lighter than most of them, but it’s also extremely solid and stable when you put it on."

Wms Pro SL Bibshort DS (medium-pad)

RoadBIKE – Women’s Pro SL Bibshort Review
"Merklich tailliert, dafür weiter am Bein. Der Reißverschluss stört nicht. Angenehme, da sehr breite Beinabschlüsse."

FS260-Pro III S/S Jersey

Outdoor Fitness & Adventure – FS260-Pro III Jersey Review
Score: 8/10
"After three washes, the Endura jersey still looks shop fresh, which is no mean feat for any jersey with white panels...Look forward to years of great service from this jersey.

MTR Baggy Short II

Mountain Bike UK (Summer Edition) – MTR Baggy Short II
Score: 4.5/5
"Endura’s lightweight four-way stretch fabric is among the most comfortable on test..."

MTR Glove II

Mountain Bike UK – MTR II Gloves Review
"These gloves fit seriously well and offer some well-considered features..."

Mullet Glasses

Bike World – Mullet Glasses Review
"Sus lentes fotocromáticas Light Reactive responden rápidamente a las condiciones cambiantes de luminosidad (margen de siete segundos) y ofrecen una protección ante los ultraviolet..."

Pro SL Lite S/S Jersey

Tour – Pro SL Lite Jersey Review
"leichtestes Trikot im Test, sehr gute Passform in Rennradhaltung, hoher Tragekomfort, Zipper und Taschen sehr gut zu bedienen..."

Snapper II Glasses

Urban Cyclist - Snapper II Glasses Review
Score: 7/10
"The Endura Snapper 2s are the most sports orientated of the glasses on test, with its minimal 28.7g weight, seriously wrapped design and fuller rubber-coated arms for excellent grip all highlighting their road-cycling potential..."

Argyll Sock (Twin Pack)

What Mountain Bike - Summer Outfit Review
"Argyll socks seem to have quietly become a cycling classic and even if you’re going relatively low-key with the rest of your outfit the add a pop at the ankle for £15 for two pairs isn’t a huge outlay to make a sartorial statement."