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The Endura Men's GV500 Reiver Jerseys are my favorites of all my jerseys and I have several! The fit is snug it perfect, not too tight nor too loose and the material is very stretchy. I love all the pockets, I go on long rides early in the morning so I am often pulling off layers as the morning progresses and these jerseys give me plenty of space to store said layers. They are nice looking with a classic appearance. I purchased four different colors. Oh and they feel really good once you have worked up a good summer sweat managing the transfer very well.
Endura always has you covered and sheltered from the elements! This jacket is toasty but vents heat so it's perfect for long rides on paved roads but durable enough to take you off the beaten path for gravel adventures. This jacket isn't completely waterproof but it's water resistant. If it's below freezing I can wear this with a thick, thermal base layer and I'm good to go, it's great to avoid too many layers that feel cumbersome and restrictive. I followed the sizing chart and I'm very happy with the overall fit. The cinched sleeves are a great detail and it's easy to roll my sleeve up and down to check my watch.
I'm also a bike commuter and have enjoyed wearing this for warmth and visibility as I run errands this Winter. The neon yellow and the reflective bits make me feel seen on the road. I even get compliments on it from people at the shops and bank! Too bad it's usually got some bike grease on it but that's a me problem.
Endura's also taken care of all the details that elevate a piece of kit from good to great. The Endura logo shaped grips at the hem, the lined pit zips, and the pockets! The pockets! The pockets are amazing! The front zippered pocket is perfect for ID, insurance card, and some cash. Then there's an additional zippered pocket on the back! The spacious pouches on the back are easy to retrieve my phone and snacks from then shove wrappers back into when I'm done.
Outdoor outfitters should be the most committed to sustainability; lots of love to Endura for eliminating PFC's which are all too common in outdoor apparel!
First off, this jacket is WARM! I don't find myself riding in the rain very much but those cool, dry mornings are made much more comfortable with this jacket. The fit is great, somewhat slim but not so much that you can't layer underneath. Speaking of that, all I wear under this is a thermal base layer and I've been comfortably riding in sub-40 temperatures with this. The addition of the pit zips is huge for cooling down after a hard effort. That being said they are not the easiest to manipulate with gloves on but can certainly be done. The 3 rear pockets are deep and hold my phone, gels, and spare tube securely.
Would highly recommend this jacket
I bought these principally to wear for road bike riding, since I have been having an absolute bear of a time with hand pain/tingling/numbness while riding, due to cumulative impact of 40 years of mountain biking and 30 years of road biking on my hands, much of which came from unknowingly have bad cockpit setups before ergonomics became better understood in riding.
In recent years it's been really hard to find good road gloves that tamp vibration down and inhibit numbness, because so many manufacturers have cut down on their padding and/or come out with moronic designs, particularly in cold weather gloves. These do a decent job at damping road vibration, but aren't stellar, kind of middling. I like they have gel padding along the nerve sections at the bottom of the palm, across they bottom of the finger joints and angled across the palm for tamping vibration when holding either parts of drop bars.
They are quite warm from low 40's down through the 20's. Fit for a large is a touch small, but not too tight when they stretch some that they're constrictive. The cuff design is good, fits under Winter layer sleeve cuffs well and eliminates drafts. The only other challenge these have is the interior liner comes out slightly when you get sweaty and take these off, so they can be irritating to get back on when if you take them off mid-ride. Haven't yet tried them in wet, so can't speak to their waterproof state.