What's Cool In Road Cycling

Endura: Bright but Light

Rising spring temperatures don’t always coincide with bright skies and dazzling sunshine which can result in new challenges for your cycling wardrobe. Endura’s Lumigilet and Lumijak provide an eye-wateringly bright solution if you’re dodging traffic on your daily commute or racking up the miles in preparation for a big summer on the road and you want to be seen by other road users. The key to these two new pieces of kit is the avoidance of the “Hi-Viz equals boil in the bag” issue which is common in the world of winter commuter jackets where anything over a minimal effort is rewarded with a warm, sweaty and uncomfortable top half. Using fabrics and features ideally suited to milder climates and high intensity riding, the Endura Lumigilet and Lumijak are finished in super bright hi-viz colors and emblazoned with loads of 360-degree reflective safety chevrons.

Made from a super lightweight, windproof fabric with a DWR treatment, both the Lumigilet and Lumijak balance element protection with high breathability and tiny pack size (stuff sack included). They can be worn all day or stashed in a jersey pocket as an emergency layer for changing conditions and long descents. Extended mesh underarm panels and back vents further enhance the breathability of the jacket. The elasticated hem, rear neck, and cuffs (in the case of the Lumijak) or armholes (Lumigilet) provide a great fit without adding weight or compromising pack size. The droptail protects your rear from road spray. The hi-viz yellow colorway beams brightly, while the orange full front zip adds a neat contrast, adding the huge amount of reflective material makes absolutely sure that you’ll be seen day and night.


Sizes: S-XXL
Colors: Hi-Viz Yellow
MSRP: $74.99
Web link: https://www.endurasport.com/products/?ProductID=825


Sizes: S-XXL
Colors: Hi-Viz Yellow
MSRP: $84.99
Web link: https://www.endurasport.com/products/?ProductID=824



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