Road Cycling Clothing

Reviewed: Endura’s Triweave Graphics Road Cycling Kit

The new Endura road kit is bright, racy and designed for performance

We’re on the cusp of Summer now, and there are miles of road just waiting to be explored by our two wheels. Of course, we want to look and feel great when we ride and fortunately for us, 2017 has been delivered plenty of gorgeous pieces of kit to choose from.

Scotland-based cycling brand, Endura, have been in the cycling game since the early 1990’s and today, they are viewed to not only produce brilliant cycling kit, but they cater for all abilities from the grassroots to the elite level.

For spring/summer 2017, Endura has been busy bees working away on the stunning new Triweave Graphics cycling kit. It’s bright, racy and designed to perform so, does it?

Endura’s Triweave Graphics cycling kit

The Triweave Graphics kit is designed and constructed to the same specification as the  Cervélo Bigla women’s pro team, so immediately, you know you’re getting the very best from Endura.

Constructed with a delicate blend of polyester and elastane, this quick-wicking Italian fabric is thin and hugging with a comfortable level of compression. The longer length Lycra sleeves are finished with Silicone grippers which gently hold the skin ensuring there’s no slipping or riding up.

There are three adequate sized pockets in the rear to stash away your essentials, and the lightweight elastic hem grips onto bib-shorts to maintain coverage so you don’t find yourself pulling and tugging at yourself mid-ride.

The bold geometric weave blend is certainly striking with a cerise and black colour-way, it’ll be hard to miss you as you pedal by.

The Triweave Graphics jersey is available in sizes x.small to large here for £70.

Endura’s Triweave Graphics bib-shorts

To complete the race look, Endura has designed bib-shorts to compliment the Triweave Graphics jersey.

The nylon, elastane and polyester construct of the bib-shorts offer support and compression where you want to find it as the waist comes up to cover the midriff quite comfortably. The upper area and straps of the bib-shorts are made from a mesh fabric which is both breathable and lightweight on the body.

I’ve always got on really well with Endura’s chamois pad, and the Triweave Graphics shorts are no exception. I have wider than average sit bones and I’ve always found Endura’s chamois shorts to not only fit but provide ample comfort and protection to my softer areas.

Endura is famed for their drop-seat features on their women’s bib-shorts. This is a simple flatlock discrete zip which runs along the lower back area of the shorts, easily accessible and easy to use when nature calls.

Endura’s Triweave Graphics bib-shorts are available in sizes x.small to large here for £90.

The verdict

When riding in a kit that has the same specifications as the Cervélo Bigla pro team it’s impossible to not feel some of that team spirit flow through your pedalling pins.

The jersey is thin, cool to the skin and the laser cut sleeves really make this feel like a second skin for the body. It goes without saying the brilliant design is not only striking but seriously attractive too.

Endura doesn’t fail to impress with their bib shorts either. The chamois pad is comfortable, covering and it certainly goes the distance remaining supportive after hours in the saddle.

If you’re looking for summer kit to perform your best, then Endura’s Triweave Graphics collection should definitely be considered. 

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