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Endura FS260 Pro-SL women's bib shorts

With three different pad widths, the Endura FS260 Pro-SL women's bib shorts are great for long rides but the design of the drop tail could have been better.

Score 8

endura hyperon gloves

The Endura Hyperon gloves tick all the boxes you'd want from a pair of summer cycling gloves, being well ventilated and giving excellent grip on the bars.

Score 9

Endura Road II overshoes

The Endura Road II Overshoes overshoes have really impressed us this winter and spring. Firstly, the price is very competitive and significantly lower than similar products from other leading brands. Does this…

Score 10

Endura Nemo gloves

When the weather is at its worst you want a good quality pair of winter gloves. There’s a lot to like about the Nemos- for the price they are hard…

Score 9

Endura Windchill II thermal gilet - featured

We test Endura's Windchill II thermal cycling gilet, which comes in red or black with five pockets

Score 7

Endura FS260 Pro

Made from a heavyweight Lycra, the Endura FS260 Pro women’s bibshorts are one of the warmer pairs of shorts we’ve tested. The leg gripper is thigh flattering and firm enough…

Score 7

Endura web

Sneaking in under 50 quid, does the Endura Equipe Race gilet perform as expected?

Score 9

Endura Thermolite

With these Thermolite bib shorts, Endura has pulled off a great feat of high quality at great value. The Endura Thermolite bib shorts are £69.99, but despite the low price it is hard to…

Score 9


Endura’s Masai glasses, which boast light reactive – or ‘photochromic’ lenses – should be just the ticket for the conditions most of us are experiencing at the moment. With the…

Score 6


 Lightweight, waterproof, translucent, and very waterproof, the Endura Pro Adrenaline Race Cape is pretty close to the perfect rain cape. The nylon fabric does a great job of keeping you…

Score 8