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$115.99
- 100% waterproof (5,000mm) and breathable material - Seam-sealed - Large amounts of reflective detail and piping - Strategic reflective panel on rear of trousers for cars to see from behind - Drawstring elastic waist - Lower leg zip (30cm – size variable) - Adjustable ankle strap (to ensure no chain snagging!) - Back pocket - Cut: Cycle specific - Weight: 300g
$149.99
Endura's Gridlock II Overtrousers handle Mother Nature's worst! Made with waterproof fabric, these overtrousers won't leak, and they boast leg-length adjustments as well as ankle gussets for a stellar fit. There are also durable inner ankle panels and zips for easy on/off, plenty of zip pockets, and reflective details for enhanced visibility.
$119.99 - $149.99
Icons can be rugged as well as beautiful. And our Original Hummvee Short is proof of that. But we recognize that for some folk with a more discrete sartorial code there is a need for a short that is perhaps a little more understated. Enter the Hummvee Chino Short. Compete with a 'Clickfast' engineered padded boxer and featuring a performance stretch twill chino fabric, they are equally at home in the office or when snatching a cheeky lunch ride on urban trails. Perhaps think craft beer instead of lager on draught. Don't let the casual looks of the Hummvee Chino deceive you. The tough cotton mix twill fabric with ample mechanical stretch makes this a short that is made to be ridden in. The 300 series molded stretch pad uses a plush microfibre face fabric for excellent comfort and features an antibacterial and wicking finish. It has a maximum thickness of 12mm with a dimpled finish to improve comfort on pressure points. - Tough cotton mix fabric with mechanical stretch - Includes Engineered Clickfast detachable liner with 300 series pad - Classic 4 pocket design - Tailored waistband with belt loops and internal fly gusset with button closure - Contemporary styling for on and off the bike
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