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Endura Trekkit Cycling Trousers

Endura Trekkit Cycling Trousers

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Product Description

The Endura Trekkit trousers are designed for rugged off-roading with a lightweight, breathable 4 way stretch fabric with plenty of movement in the knees. Durable, easy to care and crease resistant MTB trousers.

Endura’s Trekkit trousers are Clickfast liner compatible and feature a wicking mesh inner waistband for more comfort whilst riding.

You get plenty of pockets to store ride essentials including a zippered pocket to store money or a smartphone.

Key Features

  • Lightweight, breathable 4-way stretch fabric
  • Partial elastication and belt loops on waistband
  • Wicking mesh inner waistband
  • 2 front hand pockets including 1 zipped pocket
  • 2 rear zipped pocket
  • Discreet thigh pocket
  • Front zip fly with button closure and internal hook and bar fastening
  • Discreet poppers for easy hem adjustment to avoid catching on crank
  • Durable, easy care, crease resistant
  • Clickfast compatible
  • Size: S, M, L, XL, XXL
  • Colour: Black

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Endura Trekkit Cycling Trousers Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3.2
out of 5
3.17
Build Quality
3.17
Performance
2.83
Value For Money
3.17

Customer Reviews (3)

0
Terrible design

First off they are way too baggy and long for cycling. Only the belt is suitable to use. Took them out of the package to realise the waist button had come out through one of the layers so it was only attached to the outer stretchy layer, the clip is only attached to the outer layer also. They are not secure at all and will probably just rip out if over stretched. My chinos I wear for work are a better fit for cycling.

First off they are way too baggy and long for cycling. Only the belt is suitable to use. Took them out of the package to realise the waist button had come out through one of the layers so it was only attached to the outer stretchy layer, the clip is only attached to the outer layer also. They are not secure at all and will probably just rip out if over stretched. My chinos I wear for work are a better fit for cycling.

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0.5 out of 5
Build Quality: 0.5/5
Performance: 0.5/5
Value For Money: 0.5/5
4
Goog

I've held off reviewing until well tested. I'm really pleased with these trousers for the versatility of cycling to meetings.They are well made, fit well, and just about smart enough for what I do, though I wish I'd gone down a size (rather than up) as they are so stretchy. On cold mornings they are a bit drafty, but do dry quickly after rain. The pockets are good, but the belt can pop open occasionally when I bend over. Despite the pop stud trouser cuffs, disappointingly I've still managed to shred the right-hand leg on the chain a couple of times. That said I would buy another pair.

I've held off reviewing until well tested. I'm really pleased with these trousers for the versatility of cycling to meetings.They are well made, fit well, and just about smart enough for what I do, though I wish I'd gone down a size (rather than up) as they are so stretchy. On cold mornings they are a bit drafty, but do dry quickly after rain. The pockets are good, but the belt can pop open occasionally when I bend over. Despite the pop stud trouser cuffs, disappointingly I've still managed to shred the right-hand leg on the chain a couple of times. That said I would buy another pair.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4.5/5
Performance: 3.5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
5
Brilliant

These cycling trousers (sometimes called baggy because they are not skin-tight) are very wearable off the bike. On the bike they are comfortable and stretch well at the knees. The ankle cuff buttons are great. Plenty of pockets, two standard side pockets with magnetic fasteners and a zipped security pocket within one of them. Zipped pockets at the rear, but cannot see me using these.

These cycling trousers (sometimes called baggy because they are not skin-tight) are very wearable off the bike. On the bike they are comfortable and stretch well at the knees. The ankle cuff buttons are great. Plenty of pockets, two standard side pockets with magnetic fasteners and a zipped security pocket within one of them. Zipped pockets at the rear, but cannot see me using these.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 4.5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 5/5