About Endura Windchill Headband
Endura Windchill headband, a must have for cold weather cycling. It’s made up of Thermolite® High Performance Repel TEFLON® fabric which protects you from chilly winds thus keeping you warm and dry. Endura headband can be easily worn under the helmet, credit goes to its snug fit.
- Insulating thermal fleece fabric for warm and dry head
- Reflective logo for better visibility
- Reflective flash and logo.
- Material - Thermolite(Nylon 45%, Polyester 42% Elastane 13%).
Warmers are used when the weather is unpredictably cold to start with. Arm warmers, knee warmers, leg warmers, caps, headbands are some products which are generally used by cyclists as they start early on a cold day. Designed with insulating and thermal fabric they help keep cyclists warm and dry during the ride. Not only they keep you warm and dry, but the reflective detailing logo embossed on them enhance visibility in low-light conditions as well. They’re usually used when a cyclist doesn’t want to overdress(adding more layers) for a ride, still keeping an option to resort to when the weather gets unpredictable.
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.