Endura Pro PrimaLoft gilet review£115.00

A great all-weather option

BikeRadar score4.5/5

As the name suggests Endura’s gilet uses PrimaLoft insulation in the windproof front and rear panels to help keep you warm on colder rides. The insulated rear panels are separated by thin strips with laser-cut perforations for added ventilation.

The stretchy breathable side panels help with a good fit, which in this case is aimed at the race whippet. The insulation does a job of keeping you warm even when wet. Being a man-made insulation fabric, it has the advantage of drying quickly.

The insulation does a job of keeping you warm even when wet

There are two angled pockets and one zipped pocket taking care of stash duties, while subtle reflective elements help to keep you seen.

The Pro packs into its own pocket, which is small enough to fit into a jersey. The Primaloft is ideal when the mercury drops and works well for fast-paced training sessions on milder days when a winter jacket would be too warm. It also works well off the bike.

  • Weight: 145g (Size S)
  • Sizes: S–XXL
  • Colours: Black, Orange

This article was originally published in Cycling Plus magazine, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.

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