- Endura MT500 Spray Baggy 3-4 Shorts. Anyone recommend them?
Just got a pair at the weekend, no rides with them yet, fit is tight compared to the venturi event waterproof shorts.Posted 4 years ago
If you intend on riding whilst it’s raining the venturi may be better for an extra £20 or so, if you want to ride after it’s rained, on wet trails then I think the MT500 will great and they do feel a bit more robust, but only the seat/gusset area appears to made of event material.avdave2Member
I looked at them and the Altura Semi Drys, I went with the Semi Drys as I’d been very happy with Altura Attacks and someone on here who had both confirmed that the Semi Dry’s were slightly longer with better knee coverage. My knees don’t like the cold and the Alturas combined with knee length Seal Skinz are what I use all winter for the off road commute. The Semi Drys dry very quickly once wet if it does rain.Posted 4 years agojambalayaSubscriber
I have had a pair of MT 500 3/4’s for a year or so, they work pretty well for autumn/ winter (with knee length SealSkinz). Not the best quality but fair vs the price. Whilst I would look at alternatives if I were to buy again just to see what’s available I’d happily buy again (I have quite a bit if Endura kit so have brand loyalty)Posted 4 years ago
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