The new line of Endura winter cycling apparel will keep you warm and dry during some of the nastiest conditions. Wind can be a friend or foe depending on the direction, but it’s almost always a factor when riding on the road or gravel in autumn and winter. Endura’s updated Windchill range acts as a windproof shield preventing heat loss while transporting sweat away from your body, creating a comfortable, warm microclimate. The soft stretch fabrics of this clothing range ensure a great fit on the bike. It won’t reduce the headwind, but it will help keep your body working at its optimum temperature to push on and enjoy the ride.
You can view the entire line of Endura winter cycling apparel and their Windchill line at endurasport.com.
Based in Scotland, Endura’s designers and test riders spend lots of time riding in cool, damp and windy conditions. As riders, we benefit from their expertise– their range of fall and winter riding gear is second to none, with each collection building on their deep base of cool-season riding knowhow.
Endura Windchill Jacket for men and women
By far a favorite piece in the lineup. Perfect for anywhere from 45 down to 25 degrees when paired with proper base layers. Warm, winter windproof protective softshell jacket, ideal for any type of riding or outdoor activity. The thermal Windproof fabric with a PFC-free DWR finish keeps you warm on cool days, while big zippered underarm vents help you regulate your temperature on long climbs. Three open rear pockets and a zipped security pocket help stash your gloves and snacks, and the fit is tailored to look good with road, gravel, and trail kits.
Endura Pro SL Gilet
The Endura Pro SL Gilet is packable, lightweight, and provides excellent core body insulation. It is a perfect layer under the Windchill Jacket when it is brutally cold out. With improved breathability, stretch and an updated, contemporary design Endura brings technical hollow fill insulation to the performance cycling market in the form of a versatile, packable gilet.
Retail price is $164.99 from Endurasport.com.
Endura Windchill Gloves II
These gloves are just right for spring and fall, or for those who just need gloves for the occasional chilly morning (looking at you, Arizona riders.) The windproof back panels match the thin palms for plenty of grip and just enough warmth to beat the chill winds without overheating. Riders in cold weather climates (looking at you Ohio riders) might want to look at the Pro SL Primaloft, Endura’s warmest waterproof glove.
The Windchill glove is available for $47.50 from Endurasport.com.
Endura Windchill Bib Tights
Wind – friend or foe dependant on the direction, but almost always a factor when riding on the road in winter, but don’t worry, the Windchill tight has you covered. Windproof and DWR front panels meet brushed thermal fabric on the back of the legs, with a waterproof seat panel to keep tire spray from soaking your chamois. With hi-vis reflective hits and an extra-long front bib panel to retain warmth, these are your new winter best friend.
Windchill bibs retail for $189.99 and includes exclusive 600 Series Pad. No more doubling up shorts and tights. Available at Endurapsort.com.
Endura BaaBaa Merino Socks
A blend of merino and stretch fabrics for comfort and support, the BaaBaa Merino socks are not too bulky but keep your tootsies a little toastier than synthetics.
Endura BaaBaa Tech Merino Multitube
Another piece as functional on the bike as it is off the bike. The multi-functional tubular head garment is having a pandemic moment, but beyond the appeal of an emergency facemask mode, the BaaBaa Merino blend fabric makes this a superb neck/face/ear warmer, or even worn as a hat with some strategic stretching. Keeps you warm walking the dog and on the bike!
Retails for $27.50 and available in 5 fun colors. Endurasport.com.