- Endura Stealth or Windchill?
Practically lived in my Windchill since about October. The pit zips help vent it, I stick a gilet over it when it’s particularly blowy and either a lightweight Helly base or a heavier merino/poly Helly base if it’s much cooler. I only got cold stood around in it at the weekend watching the cyclocross, having ridden 20 odd miles to get there. In action it’s a good bit of kit, and breathes better than a full softshell thanks to the uncoated back.Posted 4 years agosimondbarnesMember
I have both. Windchill is great for cool – cold dry days (will also shrug off showers) with a baselayer underneath. Nice to have open pockets on the back for easy access to food etc.
Stealth is fantastic for cold & wet days. Warm and very waterproof. It gets a lot more use than my Windchill now. Slightly annoying not having the open pockets of the Windchill but not really an option on a full waterproof!Posted 4 years agocrazy-legsSubscriber
What simondbarnes says ^^
I use the Stealth far more than the Windchill. It only needs a baselayer under it unless it really is baltic. It’s my default commuting jacket from about October – March!
If you find the Stealth too warm, try using the vents fully – it’s amazing the difference even an inch of opening on the zip makes.Posted 4 years ago
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