Depending on the direction, wind can either be a friend or foe to cyclists. But, one thing is for certain, it’s always a factor when riding in the winter.
With that in mind, Endura has updated its Windchill range of apparel that’s designed to shield cyclists from the harsh winter elements by incorporating new windproof and weatherproof materials to prevent heat loss, while providing a comfortable, warm micro climate thanks to soft, stretchable fabrics that ensure a great fit.
Windchill Jacket II | $159.99
At the center of the range is the Windchill Jacket II, which provides 360-degree wind protection, making it the perfect partner for blustery rides.
Made from stretch, windproof thermal grid-backed fabric throughout, it offers exceptional warmth, along with large, zipped underarm vents to aid with temperature regulation, as well as a silicone grip hem that prevents the jacket from riding up and reflective trim for increased visibility.
The Windchill Jacket II is available in sizes ranging from S to XXXL, along with a gilet version for increased core and wind protection for $99.99.
Windchill Bibtights II | $189.99
The Windchill Bibtights feature a combination of windproof panels on the front and brushed back thermal fabrics on the back to optimize wind-cheating and moisture-beating properties, while the high stretch Thermoroubaix fabric provides comfortable insulation and features the PFC-Free DWR M treatment for excellent eco-friendly water repellency.
Additionally, the bibtights comprise Endura’s exclusive 600 Series Pad that’s engineered using a computer-cut Continuously Variable Profile process that delivers a high stretch pad with integrated gel inserts for added comfort and an antibacterial finish, while reflective prints and panels boost visibility in low light conditions. Available in Black and in High-viz yellow in sizes S-XXXL.
Windchill Gloves II | $47.50
The Windchill gloves are the perfect match for those who need protection during chilly rides, thanks to windproof back panels paired with thin palms for plenty of grip and just enough warmth to thwart the wind and cold without overheating.
You can learn more about the updated Windchill range by visiting Endura’s website here.
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