The Endura Hummvee Cycling Helmet is a worthy all-rounder that won't let you down or look out of place in any form of cycling.
With its single-handed micro-adjuster to get the fit just right, a removable visor to customise it for whatever your style and an integrated bug net to keep pesky insects out of your hair, it's likely to become a helmet you turn to again and again.
Measure around your head where the inner rim of the helmet would sit comfortably, using a measuring tape:
- S: 51-56cm / 20-22"
- M: 55-59cm / 21.5-23.5"
- L: 58-63cm / 23-25"
- Cycle helmet with removable visor
- Certified to CE standard EN1078:2012 + A1:2012
- Antibacterial, fast wicking, removable padding
- Compact chin strap with twin strap dividers
- One-hand micro-adjustment
- Integrated bug net
- Covered by Endura’s Crash Replacement Policy and Endura Product Guarantee
Endura - you see a lot of it around, don't you? So you may be guilty of assuming it's a bit... generic? Despite our founders Liz and Phil successfully using Endura kit on their2010 odysseyfor a while we were a little guilty of the same prejudice. Turns out nothing could be further from the truth, especially with a depth of female design talent in their ranks!
Endura was founded in Scotland in 1993 with a no-nonsense commitment to improving the performance and function of cycling kit for everyone. From the start, it was a maverick brand, with a stated philosophy of 'Renegade Progress'. Endura quickly launched a range of novel and challenging products that have gone on to earn iconic status within cycling and have frequently reset benchmark for function and durability for the industry.
Over a generation, all of this has seen Endura evolve from a proudly Scottish local brand to a global stalwart of the cycling sector. And with that has come the real fun. Today, they match great finish, fit and robustness with fabulous styles and colourways. And they're associated with some of the most exciting names in cycling.
If it's good enough for the likes of the Cervelo Bigla women's pro team, paralympians like Denise Schindler, Movistar's male megastars like Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde... then it's more than good enough for us!
And that's without mentioning arguably the most recognisable cycling star of them all: Scotland's own Danny MacAskill. This video gives a flavour of Danny in his home surroundings - using Endura to better effect than most of us can ever dream of...!
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