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FS260-Pro, MT500, Luminite, Singletrack, Hummvee, ... – the collections by ENDURA have firmly established themselves on the bike scene. Nothing but high-quality materials and a perfect fit – everybody knows the high-end trousers, jackets, shorts, jerseys and accessories from the Scottish bicycle brand. Discover our range of high-quality cycling clothing for women and men in our online shop! Ranging from classic black through to trendy colours of the season – here you will find the right clothes for MTB, road cycling and urban living!

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. Whilst living in Australia, Jim had been entering the cycle portion of team triathlon events and, at one such event, had his kit stolen causing him to have to browse for a complete set of replacement kit. After a great deal of disappointment as to what was on offer he decided that upon his return to Scotland he would attempt to produce cycle clothing that was focussed on function and longevity without cutting corners on material and construction and this is the enduring ethos that still permeates throughout ENDURA today.

The company initially worked with high-quality garment factories in central Scotland to provide cycle clothing. However, it quickly became apparent that general purpose garment factories lacked the specialist knowledge and equipment to manufacture high-performance cycling clothing and so, ENDURA began manufacturing their own clothes in 1993 and has increased its in-house manufacturing of technical cycle clothing year by year right up to the present time.

ENDURA’s first offering was its MT500 range of shorts, tights and jerseys which were launched into the market at the time when mountain biking was growing rapidly in popularity. The range was an instant success and established the brand almost overnight as the choice of clothing for the new breed of mountain bikers in the UK.

Since then ENDURA has grown to become the largest brand of cycle clothing in the UK and now has established or pending distributors around Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, South Africa, Australia, Canada, and the Far East with a range that covers MTB, road and commuter clothing. Today, their range includes a huge selection of shorts, jackets, trousers, jerseys, gilets and bib tights as well as accessories like overshoes, gloves, socks and helmets. The trousers, shorts, jackets and jerseys from the collections FS260-Pro, ENDURA Luminite, MT500, ENDURA Hummvee und ENDURA Singletrack are particularly well-known. Ranging from classic black through to trendy colours of the season – this is where women and men will find the right clothes for summer, rainy days and winter!


The lightweight ENDURA MT500 II high-end jacket even keeps you dry in heavy rain. The EXOSHELL material not only has a waterproof rating of up to approx. 18 000 mm, but also allows for excellent thermoregulation thanks to a very high breathability of approx. 64 000 g/m²/24 h and strategically positioned ventilation zips. Abrasion-resistant CORDURA shoulder panels ensure durability and comfort.


The light WMS MT500 WATERPROOF JACKET II by ENDURO offers women perfect protection on the trail. Thanks to the EXOSHELL 60 membrane, you are effectively protected from wind and rain up to a waterproof rating of approx. 18 000 mm. In addition, the membrane impresses with a very high breathability of approx. 64 000 g/m²/24h. Robust shoulder panels made of CORDURA with silicone prints keep your backpack in position. 



The light and waterproof MT500 PLUS OVERSHOES by ENDURA are perfectly suitable for use in bad weather, thanks to their especially durable nylon-neoprene material.  The rubber sole is especially designed for use with flat pedal and clipless shoes. Thus, you will also have clean shoes and clear lines on muddy trails.