Endura Hummvee II Trousers review - commuter-friendly baggies that can double for causal winter gravel

Blurring the lines between commuter wear and trail kit

Image shows a rider wearing the Endura Hummvee II trousers.
(Image credit: Future)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

A comfy option made for the concrete jungle in winter – although they'd double up nicely for casual gravel duties. A solid choice for the commuter or cycle courier and good for some light trail riding. They aren't the most waterproof option that money can buy, but the Hummvee range is notoriously durable and these trousers are no different.

Reasons to buy
  • +

    Very comfortable, especially in cooler weather

  • +

    Seemingly durable

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    Not as breathable as expected

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Endura describes these trousers as multi-use, trail and urban trousers. This means we have a pair of cycling trousers that are good for a ride to the shops and for going full-send in the woods. Can one pair really do it all though? 

At first glance, the Endura Hummvee II trousers look like any other pair of mountain biking or commuting baggies. Once on, they're comfortable with the legs feeling pleasantly soft on my skin. The Hummvee range was designed with durability in mind, and previous products from this collection have proven to live up to their billing. 

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Tom Epton
Freelance writer

Tom Epton is a freelance writer and data scientist. Originally training as a scientist after completing his studies in physics he realised that cycling was what he wanted to spend his life thinking about. Now he works with manufacturers, athletes and teams using cutting edge data science methods to find performance gains. Tom writes primarily about sport-science and tech!