Specialized Enduro Comp Shorts 2017
Specialized Enduro Comp Shorts
Enduro could be characterized as all-around riding with equal parts uphill and downhill. Likewise our Enduro Comp Shorts are designed to be true all-rounders on the trail leaving you with plenty of comfort performance features and strength to tackle just about any trail. To make sure of it we made them from a woven version of our lightweight and ultra-breathable VaporRize (TM) fabrics. As a result the shorts are more than tough enough to take repeated spills while you're finding your line (or losing it) without sacrificing anything to comfort. In terms of fit you'll find that these shorts fit nicely between our Atlas and Demo lines meaning that they're certainly baggy but don't go over the top with it. As a result we cut them to fall just around the bottom of the knee (about three inches shorter than the Demos) with plenty of room for light armor or kneepads. There are also side waist adjustment tabs that keep the waist where you want when the pockets are loaded. And for all-year riding the Enduro Comp shorts have the added benefit of being treated to be water-repellant. Please note that these shorts do not feature a pair of liner shorts with a chamois. If you're looking for this to be integrated check out our Enduro Pro Shorts or you could take advantage of the Comp's SWAT (TM) access pocket and wear any of our SWAT (TM) bib shorts. VaporRize (TM) woven fabrics are treated to be water-repellent while remaining durable stretchy and lightweight for piece of mind on the mountain. Two zippered pockets provide convenient secure space to store your trail essentials while a SWAT access side zipper interfaces seamlessly with SWAT bib shorts for immediate access to your gear and nutrition. Side waist adjustment tabs ensure that the fit of the shorts is easily customisable and dialled-in even when your pockets are loaded. Deflect (R) UV 50+ protects your skin from harmful ultraviolet rays13.5" inseam (size 34" waist) fall low around the knee for a roomy fit that leaves plenty of room for pads
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Specialized was born in California in 1974, by Mike Sinyard, initially as an Italian Component import business, and shortly afterwards manufacturing their own product ranges. Their first bikes were created in 1981, the Sequoia tourer and the still popular Allez road and Stumpjumper mountain bikes. In 1989 they were the second ever company to create a carbon fibre mountain bike, in the form of the Epic. To this day they offer a huge variety of bicycles, from children's to road bikes to mountain bike, which vary in cost from a few hundred to several thousand pounds. Nowadays Specialized are renowned for not only their bike ranges, but also their components, helmets, shoes and clothing lines, which have a reputation for being well designed yet affordable, and as such are a popular choice amongst UK riders of all levels. For more related products, please visit my Specialized section, where I strive to publish the best deals to help save you considerable money on your next purchase.
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Cyclestore comprises of an actual Cheshire based bike shop named Cycle Centre, together with the more widely known CycleStore.co.uk website. Established in 1992 as "The Shak" near the Peak District, they've relocated twice and expanded to sell a huge range of bikes, clothing and accessories from many leading brands.
In particular, their online store is know for huge (usually 50-60%) discounts on Specialized clothing and footwear, meaning you can stock up your cycling wardrobe for very little outlay. A popular choice for online shoppers, and currently offering free postage on orders above a tenner - what's not to like?!
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