Endura's Luminite Tights are a commuter's savior: ultra-fast wicking Xtract fabric breathes well so you look fresh when you arrive, while the easy pull-on ankle cuff makes changing clothes simple when you're ready to leave work. Keep your cash handy for a stop at the coffee shop with the small zipped coin pocket, and get noticed thanks to the high visibility, 360-degree reflective chevrons, not to mention reflective piping on the legs. And, these tights are versatile enough to wear on those cool, early morning runs, too!
Endura's Thermolite Tights are warm enough for riding, running or even cross-country skiing thanks to their Teflon treated Thermolite fabric that insulates, keeping you comfortable in harsh conditions. Double-thickness knee panels add warmth and protection, while reflective logos on the thighs and rear of the tights help keep you visible when you need it most. And, with self-locking ankle zippers and silicone leg grippers, you can rely on a snug fit that stays in place no matter how hard you push.
The Endura Women's Thermolite Tights are warm enough for riding, running, or even cross-country skiing, because they're made of Teflon-treated Thermolite, which insulates great to keep you comfortable in even harsh conditions. The double-thickness knee panels add warmth and protection. Other great details include gusseted ankles with self-locking zippers, silicone leg grippers for a great fit, and reflective details for enhanced visibility.
Commuting just got a lot more comfortable with Endura's Urban Stretch Pants. The 4-way stretch fabric gives you all the mobility you need while the water resistant finish keeps you dry on those drizzly commutes to work. The slim fit looks casual off the bike, while the extended back rise keeps you covered when you're riding. A built-in U-lock holster and zipped rear pockets with reflective trim make it easy to leave your pack at home. And with a seamless seat panel, a tailored waistband, no-flap calves, and an internal fly gusset, comfort comes standard with these everyday commuters.
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