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Endura Thermolite Cycling Tights

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Product Description

Endura’s Thermolite cycling tights deliver an extra boost of insulation, making them perfect for cold morning commutes and training rides.

The Thermolite material is made using hollow-core fibres, offering an incredible amount of thermal insulation without the need for extra thick layering. With no additional seat pad, the Thermolite cycling tights gain added versatility that allows you to wear them in addition to your existing kit. Using a silicone hem gripper and a slimline zip at the ankle, you’ll quickly ease into the perfect fit when you put the tights on, and all seams are fully flatlocked which prevents pressure points.

Key Features:

  • Unpadded tights in insulating Thermolite® fabric
  • Thermolite® with High-Performance Repel TEFLON® fabric protector for ultimate weather comfort with durable water repellency
  • Slimline ankle zip for ease of access with snapdown puller
  • Ergonomic body panelling
  • Large thigh logos
  • Selected seams fully flatlocked for comfort
  • Double thickness layer on knees
  • Silicone hem gripper

Construction:

  • Nylon 45%
  • Polyester 42%
  • Elastane 13%

Fabrics & Technology:

  • 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™).
  • YKK: All zippers used in the Endura apparel range are industry leader YKK quality for high reliability.

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    Endura Tights Size Chart

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    Use the Endura size chart to find the best fit for you.

    Endura Men's Tights Sizing

     

    X Small

    Small

    Medium

    Large

    X Large

    XX Large

    XXX Large

    XXXX Large

    Chest (in)

    35-37"

    37-39"

    39-41"

    41-43"

    43-45"

    45-47"

    47-49"

    49-51"

    Chest (cm)

    89-94cm

    94-99cm

    99-104cm

    104-109cm

    109-114cm

    114-119cm

    119-124cm

    124-129cm

     

    Endura Women's Tights Sizing

     

    XX Small

    X Small

    Small

    Medium

    Large

    X Large

    XX Large

    Chest (inches)

    30-31"

    32-33"

    34-35"

    36-37"

    38-39"

    40-41"

    42-43"

    Chest (cm)

    77-80cm

    81-86cm

    87-90cm

    91-95cm

    96-100cm

    101-105cm

    106-110cm

    Read our clothing size guide for more information on sizing.

    Please note, all size information is provided as a guide - if you're unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 ... we're happy to help!

    Tights Guide

     

    Tights Guide

    A good pair of cycling tights should be a staple piece of kit in your wardrobe for enjoyable road cycling through Winter and colder months.

    Whether you’re commuting, training or racing, keeping your legs insulated is essential for your comfort and performance in the saddle. If you are looking for tights with shoulder straps that help keep tights in place, you will want to look into bib tights. 


    Types of Tights

    Spring – Autumn

    For most of the year in the UK a pair of warm weather tights that offer light protection for use in double digit temperatures are ideal.

    These tights are usually made from slimline materials, often Lycra (without the added bulk of brushed fleece inner you see on winter tights). tights offer more protection for your knees than cycling shorts do, but if you don’t fancy full length tights you could choose 3/4 length, also called knickers. These will keep your knees insulated.

    It’s always worth looking for water resistant, or splash proof fabrics like DWR coating or Castelli’s NanoFlex to stop you getting damp and sapping your energy.

    During the warmer summer months you can always choose a lightweight, thin pair of tights. However, shorts will be more breathable and cooling.

    Winter

    When the temperature drops into single digits, then a pair of thicker winter tights will be more beneficial. You can use fleece-lined pair of tights through all but the most extreme temperatures you’ll find in the UK.

    Thicker fabrics with a brushed ‘Roubaix’ inner lining will help trap warm air between your skin and the fabric. This is essential for insulation when the mercury drops.

    Fabrics designed with wind protection such as Gore Windstopper will keep the wind chill from dampening your enjoyment.

    Deep Winter

    For the coldest possible rides where the temperature drops below freezing you’ll want to choose tights with the best weather protection and insulation.

    The fabrics used in these tights are highly technical and will ensure your body heat stays within the fabric, while letting moisture escape out, so you don’t get damp.

    These tights are usually constructed out of multiple panels and from a range of fabrics in strategically placed areas in multiple layers. All this expertise and attention detail means deep winter tights often command a premium price tag.


    Key Features

    Fit

    Fit is by far the most important factor in comfort when it comes to tights. Tights are constructed from several panels that are stitched together. Premium tights will come with more panels and strategic stitching for a better fit.

    Pre-shaped areas (usually the knee) also improve fit when you’re on the bike while also reducing excess bulk when racing.

    Pad

    Most tights will be fitted with a padded insert called a Chamois. This pad sits next to your skin and offers more comfort for your lower vitals, which is ideal on longer rides. Premium pads will utilise a multi-density construction for maximum comfort and ergonomics while you’re in the saddle.

    Weatherproof Fabrics

    It’s a good idea to get tights that are waterproof or splash proof to prevent you getting wet and cold. Most manufacturers will treat their tights with some form of water repellent membrane or DWR coating to help water bead up and run off.

    Windproof tights use front facing panels to help keep the wind chill out. Some manufacturers will also use multiple layers of fabric to shield your skin from the elements.

    Reflectivity

    If you’re planning on cycling to work or fitness training in the evening, then added reflective elements are a bonus. More brands are offering tights with reflective panels for low light conditions. Look for logos, stripes and graphics positioned on the thighs and around the ankles for maximum visibility.

    Delivery & Guarantee

    UK Delivery Information

    We are committed to offering fast and free delivery, whether you're ordering bikes, accessories or clothing. Our standard delivery service is FREE in the UK, regardless of the size and on all orders over £20.

    Please note that bulky products and bikes shipped to outlying UK regions are excluded from free shipping.

    Please note that Pre-Order dates can sometimes change due to updated stock information.

    Click here for more UK and international delivery information.

    Returns & Warranty

    It's easy to return a product with our 365 day, hassle free returns. 

    We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

    Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

    If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

    For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.