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SOC15: Endura Continues to Add Color with New Single Track Women’s Jerseys, MTR, and MT500 Shorts and Jersey for Men

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Bringing a bit of the Highlands to Laguna Seca, Endura’s Sea Otter Booth was easily spotted with the large whisky barrel and their Scotch themed jerseys. More importantly though, Endura had a number of new pieces that continue to move away from their traditional dark colors. Don’t worry, if you love color as long as it’s black, Endura isn’t doing away with the classics. But they are showing some brighter pieces if you’re in the mood…

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Starting with the ladies, Endura is offering the Single Track jersey in both zippered or Tee in multiple colors. Calling it performance with Enduro style, the Singletrack collection is at home on most trails. Available for $49.99, the Zippered jersey is also available in red with matching shorts.

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Now available in bright red, the Single Track Lite shorts are otherwise unchanged. Made with a performance stretch fabric, zippered pockets, vents, and side waist adjustment, the shorts are Clickfast compatible for integration with Endura Liners. Sold without a chamois, the shorts sell for $94.99.

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Nearly as bright as the red, the MTR shorts are now offered in orange. Developed with Oli Beckingsale, the shorts are a great choice from XC to Enduro and are meant to integrate specifically with their MTR Bibshort for long days in the saddle.The two pieces have an anti-slip system that uses pieces of fabric that will slide one way against each other, but not the other to help keep them in place.

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The MTR Bibshorts are meant to be worn by themselves or as the liner for the MTR soft shell and use silicone grippers at the leg. Designed to be super light, the MTR shorts have a velcro waist adjustment and an aggressive two snap with clasp closure to keep them from popping open mid run. Priced at $104.99 for the shell, the shorts are available in dark colors as well.

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Calling it their most durable clothing range and the closest they will get to DH clothing, the MT500 line includes a full sublimated long sleeve jersey and bomber shorts. The $94.99 jersey is sized for a slim fit over body armor and is cut from fast wicking and drying fabrics with a two piece neck line.

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The MT500 will be offered in a Limited edition Spray Baggy in bright yellow, as well as the Burner Ratchet Short shown above. Built from a super durable oxford canvas with mesh lining for breathability the shorts also use a rubberized ratchet system to keep them up. The ratchet is nicely tucked to the side to be out of the way as possible, but the rubber design makes it much more flexible than it appears. Elastic side panels and a rear silicone gripper and Clickfast system add additional protection against wardrobe malfunctions. Sold without a liner for $119.99.

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Groghunter
Groghunter
9 years ago

I dig those MT500 shorts.

Mike D
9 years ago

Looking good! Unfortunately, I’ve watched so many reps come and go from that company, and every single one of them was happy to not be associated with Endura any more. This played a major role in us not carrying them at our shop any more as well. There’s other brands out there that *are not* such dirtbags to their employees… so why choose Endura?

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