Endura Hummvee Short II with Liner. Because icons can be rugged as well as beautiful. This much-loved icon of the mountain scene was originally developed by working with London delivery couriers back in the day. Endura asked them what they needed in a pair of urban cycling shorts and Hummvee was born. So versatile a product, it was adopted by mountain-bikers too and can be seen on both the trail and the daily commute. It comes complete with a padded liner short.
Tried and tested, this short has outlived many a bike, and Endura has worked hard to ensure that its durability will not disappoint. These shorts incorporate a tough nylon material and are double stitched in critical areas, making them nearly indestructible. They come complete with an Endura Clickfast detachable liner. Just pull them on and you are ready to roll. The liner is made with a lightweight stretch mesh, elastic waistband, and silicon hem grippers. The seat pad is a 200 series pad for wicking comfort throughout the day. There are no less than 6 pockets on this short: 2 rear hook and loop pockets, 2 zipped side pockets, and 2 smaller thigh-pockets for your change and keys. And the liner can be quickly clicked in and out with Clickfast attachment system, interchangeable with other Endura shorts.
Durable Nylon mini-ripstop fabric with DWR finish
Includes Clickfast detachable liner with 200 series pad
Zipped thigh vents with mesh inserts
Zipped hand pockets, cargo pockets and large rear map pockets
Durable, seamless seat panel
Rear elasticated waistband and adjustable belt
High mobility Multi-use Versatility - HuMMVee
Specifications: Gender: Men Inseam: -
Manufacturer Fit: Baggy
Wednesday, Feb 3 2021 (2 months ago)
Endura Hummvee Short II (Black) (w/ Liner) (M)
These shorts are awesome! They are very durable as I fell down multiple times and experienced multiple slides without any fabric being compromised. The vents maybe a little gimmicky but I have been using them. The back pockets are probably my favorite part, they are huge, food for a multi stage enduro should be no problem.