Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11.00am
By Russell Burton
There are some useful details on the good value Hummvee Lite from Endura. It has durable panels over the shoulders, the flatlock seams are well-made, and you get reflective trim, three back pockets (one zipped), and a lens wipe sneaked into the side seam.
Plus, the fabric is open enough to have a very airy feel without being seethrough. It is very stretchy, however, which we would understand in a slimmer fit jersey, but in one that’s this relaxed it seems somewhat superfluous and has the effect of making it shapeless.
For us, that lack of fit undermines the Hummvee Lite’s lightweight quality and translates into a jersey that’s not as good as it should be when you’re on the bike.
This article was originally published in Mountain Biking UK magazine, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.
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