Endura Women’s MT500 Freezing Point Jacket review: UK Essential?

by 2

Endura Women’s MT500 Freezing Point jacket is designed for sub-zero temperature rides where you still want all the performance of a dynamic outer layer.

  • Brand: Endura
  • Product: Women’s MT500 Freezing Point Jacket
  • From: endurasport.com
  • Price: £159.99
  • Tested by: Amanda for 3 months

Three things I liked

  • The panels of different materials are exactly what you need on a bike
  • The colour is great for visibilty, which I think you need in cold weather
  • Front pockets keep my hands toasty when stopped

Three things I’d change

  • Inside chest pocket could be big enough to fit a phone
  • The darker shade material would do better on the lower back (it’s really hard to get clean)
  • Fleecy material on the inside of the neck would be a treat

Member’s content continues…

If you have an account, please log in. If not, you can get access to some of our features by registering here for free.

You could join them and open up this and countless other articles and reviews from just £0.06/day!

All members get..

  • Exclusive members only content
  • Digital back issues
  • New issues via iOS/Android App
  • Ad free website
  • Merch discounts
  • Downloads, GPX files, PDFs, iBooks

Print+ members also get..

Next available print copy of Singletrack magazine posted to you. Each issue contains 148 pages of perfect ride inspiration, opinion, adventure and reviews.

A message from all of us at Singletrack magazine

We need your help

For over 20 years Singletrack has been a source of information, news and entertainment for millions of mountain bike enthusiasts and as an important focal point for an amazing community of like minded riders from around the world. But it has also been a provider of jobs and income for dozens of families of our team as well as a source of revenue for hundreds of freelance contributors.

We want to keep going through this uncertain period and create great content to inform and entertain you, but we will need your help to do it. More than anything else we want to have a reciprocal relationship with you and the best way to make that happen is through our memberships. We’d love you to join us as a paid member of the Singletrack community – we promise you a return on your investment through the content we have and will create for you.

Review Info

Brand: Endura
Product: Women's MT500 Freezing Point jacket
From: https://www.endurasport.com/
Price: £159.99
Tested: by Amanda for 3 months
Thanks for popping by - why not stay a while?IT'S FREE

Sign up as a Singletrack Member and you can leave comments on stories, use the classified ads, and post in our forums, do quizzes and more.

Join us, join in, it’s free, and fun.


Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • Endura Women’s MT500 Freezing Point Jacket review: UK Essential?
  • bikesandboots
    Full Member

    Great, thanks.

    Will the hood fit over a helmet?

    Pack size for that size small please?

    Would you say it’s enough, given the uninsulated bits, as your emergency layer for general cold-ish winter rides, say instead of e.g. a Montane Prism? It seems ideal for proper cold-weather riding, but that’s a bit of a niche on its own to justify the jacket.

    The back and underarms are a stretch PrimaLoft without the insulation

    PrimaLoft is the insulating material. I see it’s the Gold Active variant. Any info on its density (gsm), for comparison with non-biking insulated jackets please (given Endura don’t seem to disclose) ?

    trailmonkey
    Full Member

    I have the Gent’s version of this.
    Great piece of kit, really warm with good venting if things get too warm
    Even looks good of the bike too.
    Doesn’t fit over my POC helmet.

Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.