Shooting on the roads can be tricky, especially during the day when the roads are busy. With that in mind, Lee from our Support Team very kindly agreed to meet at 6am to shoot some of Endura’s latest FS260-Pro kit!
Huge thanks to Lee for being so willing to get stuck in. And we hope you’ll agree the shots came out great. (But how can they not with that stunning S-Works in the frame).
Endura FS260-Pro Jersey
The FS260-Pro range takes a no-nonsense approach to road cycling kit. The FS260-Pro Short Sleeve Jersey II is crafted from performance fabrics, with an athletic fit and ample storage – it’s a great go-to jersey for those long summer rides.
4 open rear pockets and zipped security pocket for keys and some change for that all important ice-cream mean you can take everything you need for a great day on the bike.
This jersey does also come in a relaxed fit option that is designed to be a little more accommodating without having to upsize – meaning you won’t end up with a jersey that is too long.
The blue/white combo of the jersey we shot looks great but there are multiple colour options to choose from.
Endura FS260-Pro Bibshorts
The FS260-Pro is Endura’s best-selling bibshort and is now in its third generation. The focus with this model was to combine performance, comfort and sharp styling, and we think Endura have nailed this perfectly.
Endura used the highest quality Italian power Lycra for a super supportive pre-curved race fit, while the upper bib provides optimal breathability by using a light moisture wicking stretch mesh.
This Bibshort features Endura’s exclusive 600 Series Pad, which is engineered using a computer cut “Continuously Variable Profile” (CVP) process. This delivers a comfortable, stretchy pad with an antibacterial finish and integrated gel inserts.
The hems of this garment are finished with a raw edge power band with an inner silicone print for the highest levels of grip that helps eliminate chafing and bulk.
Full disclosure – we were also going to shoot the latest FS260-Pro helmet, but hadn’t realised that the sample we had, had a red band on the back. The consensus was that adding red into the mix would just be too much, especially with the pink bike! So expect a review of this model at a later date.