Endura Hummvee Lined II Shorts

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Description

Originally developed to suit the needs of bike couriers in London, the Hummvee shorts have evolved into a versatile pair of shorts that just as at home on the trails as they are in the urban environment.

Who's this item for: Perfect for commuting, Trail and All Mountain riding.

Inseam Measurement: The exact measurement isn't stated but they should come down to just above your knees.

Liner Included: Yes, these shorts come with a Clickfast detachable liner with a 200 series (1hr+) pad included.

Materials: 100% nylon mini-ripstop fabric with a DWR finish. 

Pockets Position and Quantity: These shorts have 6 pockets: 2 rear Velcro pockets, 2 zippered side pockets, and 2 smaller thigh pockets.

Waist Closure System / Fly / Size Adjusters: Zippered fly with snap closure, elasticised waistband and an adjustable belt.

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Reviews

5

Killer shorts

by

These shorts are awesome...
The liner clips into the shorts so are removable so you have the option to use them or not.
the fit of the shorts is really comfortable and functional on the trail and lots of pockets all positioned in the right places.
Come highly recommended!

excellent MTB Shorts

by

Great shorts, I bought a pair a couple of years ago this "new" set look exactly the same, pockets are roomy, it has zippered openings around the leg areas to open up for ventilation which is nice, the fabric is hard wearing they have been in multiple crashes without any damage, they are really roomy/baggy so if your in between sizes you could go lower or higher as your preference of loose or more fitting, the liner is quite comfy it can be fastened in the shorts but i don't use it as its fiddly plastic press studs. I wear these every ride wash them and they dry fast so your ready to go again the next day!

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Killer shorts

by

These shorts are awesome...
The liner clips into the shorts so are removable so you have the option to use them or not.
the fit of the shorts is really comfortable and functional on the trail and lots of pockets all positioned in the right places.
Come highly recommended!

excellent MTB Shorts

by

Great shorts, I bought a pair a couple of years ago this "new" set look exactly the same, pockets are roomy, it has zippered openings around the leg areas to open up for ventilation which is nice, the fabric is hard wearing they have been in multiple crashes without any damage, they are really roomy/baggy so if your in between sizes you could go lower or higher as your preference of loose or more fitting, the liner is quite comfy it can be fastened in the shorts but i don't use it as its fiddly plastic press studs. I wear these every ride wash them and they dry fast so your ready to go again the next day!

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Black - L - 20205055939915999
Black - M - 20205055939915982

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