About Endura Xtract Lite Bibshort Hi-Viz Blue (BV)
Good thermoregulation is key to efficient riding in hot climates. Endura's Xtract Lite Short helps keep your core temperature cool by moving sweat away from your skin. The addition of a couple of hot weather beating extras is what really sets these shorts apart however, including a UPF50+ treatment for the fabric and a 500 series temperature regulating pad.
500 Series Pad
The 500 series pad excels in hot climates by using DisperseFoam™, a global exclusive for Endura. This disruptive foam cell construction provides superior drying and dramatically improved air permeability compared to conventional PU foams. This, combined with silver yarn fabric with cool touch in a Continuously Variable Profile high stretch pad makes the 500 series pad the go to choice for hot weather riding.
- Lightweight yet supportive Lycra® fabric
- Stretch wicking mesh upper
- Fast wicking fabric with UPF50+ ideal for hot climates
- 500 series, warm weather temperature regulating pad
- Double layer with direct silicone print on inner hem for comfortable leg grip
- Selected seams flatlocked for toughness and comfort
- Reflective trim
- Disperse Foam
Material: Elastane 15%, Polyester 25%, Nylon 60%
About Endura Brand
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.