Endura have launched their fresh range of high-end MT500 clothing, with updates to some key items including the waterproof onesie, waterproof trousers and the iconic Endura MT500 waterproof jacket.
We’ve taken a closer look at the the jacket – watch our video here:
Gee Atherton, two times DH World Champion, multiple World cup winner, and a Red Bull Rampage podium finisher, about the MT500 Waterproof Kit: “It’s a must. Unless you know it’s absolute hot dusty beach summer, it goes in the riding bag for sure.”
What else is new in the Endura MT500 range for 2020?
Endura MT500 Waterproof Onesie II
Updated for AW20, the MT500 Waterproof One Piece II, do-it-all, foul-weather onesie just got even better.
Endura have kept the one piece, split front design for maximum mud protection and comfort fit, however significant changes have been made to the construction around the rear with the “jacket” tail now extending further down.
A gusseted attachment to the waistband improves fit with less pulling on this crucial part, and allows for more height accommodation. The onesie now features more of a jacket and pants ‘separates’ look.
Dan Atherton, former national champion and nowadays passionate trail builder, adds: “Honestly, no joke, I wake up in the morning and I put it on, and that’s me, all day. It’s surprisingly durable as well, not only to ride in but I’m working in it all day as well. So it’s getting a hammer as I’m on the diggers and carrying logs and basically giving it a thrashing, not just on the bike. It’s amazing.”
MT500 Waterproof Trouser II & MT500 Waterproof Short II
Endura have updated their best-selling MT500 Waterproof Trouser II and MT500 Waterproof Short II with the new, more durable ExoShell40DR fabric. They feature water resistant hand pockets, an extra durable seat panel, knee pad compatible fit, and belt loops and zipped fly popper closure.
The MT500 Waterproof Trouser II has long, thigh height 2-way water repellent side zips which make the trousers easy to get on and off, with the top half of the zips doubling up as thigh vents with mesh gussets.