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Founded in Edinburgh in 1992, Endura has become a world-renowned brand whose award-winning cycling apparel, protectors and helmets are worn by the world's best riders in road cycling, MTB and triathlon. From the Pro SL outfit, Drag2Zero time trial gear or QDC Trisuit, to the groundbreaking MT500 MTB collection, to the urban ensemble, Endura offers uncompromising quality and a sustainable approach. » Read more
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The Scottish company Endura has been convincing cyclists with its uniquely high-quality apparel since 1993. Founded by the ambitious club rider Jim McFarlane, the first shorts, pants and jerseys of the MT500 series immediately managed to inspire a new generation of mountain bikers in Great Britain and shortly afterwards all over the world. Further collections for MTB, road cycling, triathlon and everyday use followed, developed with great attention to detail and cycling know-how. In cooperation with greats like Danny McAskill, Tim Don, the Atherton siblings or even the Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling Team and the Movistar Team, a wide range of innovative products was created, which includes not only clothing but also protectors, backpacks, glasses, bags and helmets, such as the multiple award-winning MT500 Full Face Helmet.
MT500 is the collection that started it all. More than 25 years later, the award-winning range continues to set new standards in durability and function. The high-performance mountain bike clothes from the bad weather experts will reliably protect you on cold and rainy mountain trails. Strategically placed panels with PrimaLoft® GOLD insulation provide the MT500 Freezing Point jackets and pants with an unbeatable warmth-to-weight ratio and ultimate weather protection. You can be especially casual with the Clickfast™ compatible and hard-wearing Spray Baggy Shorts or the stylish long-sleeved jerseys.
A certain risk can never be completely avoided on a mountain bike. Endura invests a lot of time and money in the research and production of protectors and helmets to ensure that the consequences of a fall are not permanent. Even since the MT500 helmet was launched in 2017, a lot has changed: the integration of a 3D moulded Koroyd core into the extraordinary MT500 full face helmet improves energy absorption and significantly minimizes the risk of injury. It was therefore and as the lightest helmet in its class rightly awarded the Outstanding Outdoor Gold Award from ISPO.
Endura has designed the SingleTrack collection for the long, remote trail adventures. In addition to the functional apparel, matching helmets and backpacks, this collection is particularly impressive due to the large number of stretchy and highly resistant elbow, shin and knee protectors. When it comes to durability, the Hummvee Short has been the reference for over two decades and, like the rest of the Hummvee collection, stands for functionality and versatility, including jerseys, vests, gloves, waterproof socks, pants and jackets, as well as youth helmets and cycling glasses.
Pro SL is the name of Endura's flagship street collection from the professional cycling world. From knee warmers and time trial suits to the DropSeat™ bib shorts with stretch zippers, it is designed for the most demanding rides and competitions. And to make the best even better, there is a range of incredibly lightweight, superbly insulating Pro SL PrimaLoft® products for all winter conditions.
For all ambitious or adrenaline addicted hobby riders, the FS260-Pro Series combines aesthetics, performance, protection, lightness and comfort to create a unique experience. In all situations where even the thinnest fabric creates too much wind resistance, the Endura Drag2Zero collection with SST™ Aero technology is the best choice. Selectively positioned 3D chevrons provide the special surface silicon topography, which optimizes the airflow around the body. The Aeroswitch road helmet was also tested in the wind tunnel and adjusted for top speeds to match the RoadSuit or aero jersey and bibshorts. The QDC Drag2Zero range of tri suits and vests have proven their worth as a counterpart in triathlon and are used by some of the world's best long-distance triathletes such as Ironman world record holder Tim Don.
On hot days and in warmer climates, light, temperature-regulating materials are needed to prevent heat build-up in the saddle. Endura has created the Hyperon collection for this purpose, which is also equipped with the ingenious water-repellent foam pad DisperseFoam™ from the 500 series. This offers superior drying and drastically improved air permeability.
Endura has not only made riding on trails, downhills and fast surfaces safer and more comfortable for years, but commuting to work or your trips to the café as well. The perfect proof of this is the Hummvee Chino: a smart and discreet, yet equally robust version of the iconic Hummvee MTB shorts. To make sure you feel comfortable after your ride, Endura has designed the practical Urban collection: reversible 3 in 1 jackets or stretch and jeans pants with style and clever details. And to help you ride confidently and safely through the city in the dark, the super-bright Luminite range offers a range of hi-vis colour options and contemporary aesthetics.
Endura's priority has always been to produce apparel that can be worn for a long time and has as little negative impact on the environment as possible. Endura clothing is completely PFC-free and treated with biodegradable impregnating agents. Furthermore, 98% of the sales packaging can already be recycled. Furthermore, 1% of their net profit goes to charity. But company founder Jim McFarlane is also aware that this is not enough to save the poles from melting or to stop climate change.
Research has shown that reforestation is one of the most effective ways to reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere. This is why Endura has launched the "One Million Trees" initiative. With this initiative they commit to planting one million new trees every year for the next 10 years. In addition, the planting of mangroves in Mozambique, for example, which has already begun, will help create jobs, revive eroded soils and protect important ecosystems. In Scotland, too, 80,000 birch trees are to be planted.