Endura MT500 Spray 3/4 Baggy Shorts
Well i work in a bike shop so get them at trade but in all honesty i’d be happy to pay full price for them, some of the other Endura kit can be a bit hit/miss but for riding duties there’s not much to beat the MT500’s, whether that be shorts or 3/4’s – i have a choice of pretty much all makes/brands of riding kit and i always choose my MT500 3/4’s over anything else – wear a good pair of bib shorts underneath and they’re perfect for all day rides.Posted 4 years agoSpeshpaulSubscriber
As a long time endura user and having been prepared to big them up on there in the past i’ll add my MT500 spray baggy experince.
Followed up with a 2nd to non customer service from endura, that is it was just a bit better than nothing – they replied/sent them back.
They were “worn out”! I’ll take that as a complement, that i can wear a pair of shorts out in one ride.
Good bye endura.
there are other companies making gear in the UK (unlike endura – about half there stuff comes from the far east)Posted 4 years agoneninjaMember
Another MT500 Spray Baggy are utter rubbish vote here.
1st pair literally fell apart in a handful of rides. The taped seams de-laminated, the seat wore several holes through the membrane so they leaked like a sieve and the crotch seam stitching failed.
After 6 weeks wait Endura eventually sent a replacement pair. The new pair had different material in certain areas. It hasn’t stopped them from also going the same way – after about 3 rides the tape was peeling (they are always cold washed and line dried), the membrane has also failed. Also the material in the upper part of the back was now a soft shell that acted like a sponge. I couldn’t be bothered to send this pair back. They lie unloved in a drawer where they will remain as a reminder never to buy Endura kit.Posted 4 years agodavidxbrownMember
hmmm I got some for xmas and they have been my preferred 3/4 short ever since, love them thinking of getting the normal short as well, as to sizing im a 33 waist and went for the large, spot on as there is good adjustment.
Perhaps Ive just been lucky but never had a problem with Endura stuff!Posted 4 years ago
I guess i’ve been lucky as well from reading through some of the responses on here, i practically live in my MT500 3/4s from actual use or wear n’ tear on the bike to working in the bike shop, crawling about under my car which i tend to do often as it’s old, and i also wear them to my “other” workplace as i cycle to work in them and so far all the seams/stitching etc have been fine – my current pair are 6 months old and not showing any signs of wear yet. I bet i’ve jinxed them now – watch this space….the arse will fall out of them at my “other” work place t’morn and i’ll be laughed out the factory.Posted 4 years ago
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