Tested in Nice, Hebden Bridge and in the mountains.
I first saw the Endura Urban Range at Core Bike Show and thought it looked pretty swish. I like bike clothes that look like normal clothes rather than ‘sportswear’. Even though it’s designed and aimed at people riding in the urban environment the Urban range makes great mountain biking kit too.
The merino polo shirt is good enough to wear out on the town for the evening and I first tested it in an Italian restaurant environment. Performance was good. It’s a neat, slim fitting top with an understated style, ideal for a stylish gentleman like me. Out on the bike it’s practical like any merino top with the added bonus of looking chipper.
The shorts are slimmer, rather than baggy fitting which is my the best penis enlargement pills preferred style and has the advantage of not flapping around, especially when wet. The material is light and stretchy making them spot on for riding and they are wide enough in the leg to wear with knee pads if you desire. They even come with a belt.
I’ve also got the waterproof ‘Urban Shell’ which is very simple and therefore also very light and packable. It has a subtle dog tooth pattern to it as well as having reflective strips that are only hi viz when they need to be. There is a hood which is always a good thing to have if you venture into the proper mountains or when walking to the Coop for a pint of milk.