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  • Endura Thermolite Pro Biblong Tights
  • Endura Thermolite Pro Biblong Tights

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Unpadded biblong in insulating Thermolite® fabric with wicking mesh upper

  • Thermolite® with High Performance Repel TEFLON® fabric protector for ultimate weather comfort with durable water repellency
  • Wicking stretch mesh upper bib with zip fly
  • Large thigh logos
  • Rear facing reflective on ankle
  • Slimline ankle zip with snapdown puller
  • Selected seams fully flatlocked for comfort
  • High stretch Lycra® bound straps
  • Ergonomic body panelling
  • Double thickness layer on knees
  • Construction: Nylon 45%, Polyester 42%, Elastane 13%

Lycra®
This material is used as an additive in all of our skin-tight leg-wear to offer optimal stretch and recovery characteristics.

TEFLON®
High Performance Repel TEFLON® fabric protector prevents fabric wetting out. TEFLON® is a registered trademark of DuPont used under licence by Endura Ltd.

Thermolite®
Ideal for cold weather cycling, Thermolite® uses hollow-core fibre technology to create an insulating layer of warm air. The result is a lightweight, warm fabric with superior moisture vapour transport properties that doesn’t get heavy even when wet. The Thermolite quality developed by Endura has the added benefit of a High Performance Repel TEFLON® fabric protector finish (from DuPont™).

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Used these almost every day through last winter and they never let me down. Super warm, fit is great and they still look like new Used these almost every day through last winter and they never let me down. Super warm, fit is great and they still look like new. Would definitely buy again (and did but their 3/4 version earlier this year and they are just as good!) 10 November 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by NBG After less than one season my had worne out in the seat, big holes. Endura said "wear and tear". Fine, I'll never by Endura again if this is their oppinion about durabillity. 28 February 2011
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