About Endura Mesh Boxer
Suitable padded cycling shorts by Endura for commuters. It's rapid wicking technique, cotton like stretch fabric makes it ideal for summer cycling. It can be used under loose trousers or baggy shorts making it a suitable choice for commuters and office-goers. 200 Series 9mm thick gel pad promise comfort on pressure points for longer rides of 1-2 hours.
- 200-Series 9mm thick gel pad for comfortable saddle time.
- Can be used under loose trousers and baggy shorts.
- Cotton like stretch fabric, ideal for summer cycling.
- 200 Series gel pad.
- Elasticated hem and waist prevent slipping or rolling over.
- Construction Polyester 90% Elastane 10%
About Cycling Shorts
Without a good cycling short, it’s hard to add more miles to the ride after a certain period. Good cycling shorts reduce chafing, offers some kind of shock absorbing gel padding. Either made from Lycra or Nylon, good cycling shorts are stretchable in nature and doesn’t restrict your pedalling movement. It’s always an intelligent decision to go with cycling shorts that keep you cool in the hot days and is made up of breathable fabric. Higher end models will have better gel padding, more panels, better breathability which is essential for longer rides.
Endura Ltd was founded in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1992 by a keen club cyclist (Jim McFarlane) after his return to Scotland from a 14 month stay in Sydney. Endura is focussed on function and longevity without cutting corners on material and construction and this is the enduring ethos that still permeates throughout Endura today. Endura have long history of supporting athletes of all descriptions and events for all types of cyclist. On the road, they’re the performance clothing sponsors of Movistar Team, the UCI's number one ranked WorldTour team in 2015 and the number one ranked WorldTour rider Alejandro Valverde and are clothing sponsors for Cervélo-Bigla Pro Cycling who will be racing in the UCI Women's WorldTour during 2016. Offroad - they're the performance apparel sponsor for Danny MacAskill’s mountain biking projects and he'll be part of their testing pool, supplying invaluable product feedback and clothing sponsor of Chris Smith, the renowned British freerider and dirt jumper.