The Endura Pakagilet is one of the best vests you will find on the market. It is lightweight, takes very little space when packed and it is one of the few vests that allow you to easily access your jersey’s back pockets.
The Scott Minus LF WINDSTOPPER Gloves are not exactly mountain biking gloves, lacking any kind of palm padding, but came in handy in the temperature range between 10-20°C while I was searching for good winter gloves. Continue reading
The Endura Convert Softshell Jacket has a lot of features for a relatively reasonably priced jacket, featuring a windproof membrane, good water repellent outer shell, a lot of pockets, and removable sleeves. Continue reading
Although winter mountain biking shoes are not a piece of equipment everybody will need due simply to the fact that most mountain bikers leave their bikes until warmer weather, those of us who do not want to stop just because the weather is bad have few options for keeping our feet warm and protected in such conditions. Honestly, I am not a fan of overshoes when temperatures drop below 10°C so a good winter MTB shoes are a must.
The Shimano SH-MW81 GORE-TEX shoes are an upgrade to their previous model the MW80 which up to now, was the only model Shimano offered for MTB shoes with cleats as far as I know. Continue reading
When the temperatures start to drop below 15°C it is time to change your light full finger gloves to something that has more insulation and blocks the cold air thus keeping your hands warm and cozy. The GORE Bike Wear ALP-X 2.0 WINDSTOPPER Soft Shell Gloves are good choice for a late autumn / winter gloves mainly targeting mountain bikers that want to ride through the cold winter days.