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Yeti Cycles Enduro Shorts - Men's

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Item # YTI001V

Style with pro-level performance

For the Enduro Shorts, Yeti incorporated extensive feedback from its World Cup Team riders in order to design a stylish short with the ultimate performance and fit. The Enduro is made with an ultra-light nylon/spandex fabric that offers ample stretch and the fabric is treated with a DWR finish for added protection. The shorts feature a slim, race fit with stretch panels to ensure full mobility, a low-profile tech webbing waist adjustment to let you dial in the perfect fit, and the silicon grip strip in the waistband keeps your shorts in place. Yeti includes a zippered back pocket for your race day essentials and, like all of Yeti’s bike shorts, the Enduro’s are fully combatable with the Yeti Como liner (sold separately).

  • Ultra-light nylon/spandex fabric with DWR finish
  • Slim, race fit
  • Stretch panels
  • Low-profile tech webbing waist adjustment
  • Silicon grip strip in the waistband
  • Zippered back pocket

Tech Specs

[body] nylon, spandex, [finish] DWR treatment
slim, race-specific fit
1 zippered back
adjustable tech webbing with silicone grip strip
UPF Rating:
Recommended Use:
all-mountain trail riding

Size chart

Yeti Cycles

Men's Apparel
Chest 36in
Waist 30in
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure around the widest part of your chest.
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.

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Nice shorts but no hip room

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: xl

These shorts are very well made and the material is light and nice, but the slim sizing warnings are correct. I bought a 38" to be safe and the the waist was a couple inches too big, a true 38". However the hips are tight and when you cinch the waist it gets worse. So if you have wide hips, try a different short. If you have narrow hips, you will love these.

You are correct, my waistline is 30 and got a medium size but hips are tight.
Rod N.


    I wear a XXL in almost every brand Prana, Rei, Arc'tryx, etc. but it's weird when a pair of fox head bike shorts that are a XL fit very well in the waist but a pair of these XXL leave me inches short of buttoning. I'm 6'4" 250lbs and ride a XL Yeti SB6c.

    Avg. ride time: 11m per week
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    Breathable, stretchy and slim

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Medium 32

    This is a great bike shorts... excellent for racing or day long rides if you don't care about pockets. There is a single pocket in the back at the waist which is great for a couple of sting honey gels or car key.

    The fit is really slim almost to the point of being too much, so if you are in between sizes, it's better to size up. I'd say it runs a little small, but not much, even considering it's supposed to be a tight fit.

    The fabric is stretchy which helps when pedaling so it's not restrictive in any way. Also seems durable, I don't expect the fabric to rip apart on small crashes or anything like that!

    Be aware if you use burly knee pads you might not be able to fit, I have a hard time using my IXS Carve pads, they work but I wish there were a bit more space. I might try the freeland shorts next and keep this for when I don't need my burly pads.

    Slim & Thin

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    These shorts have a nice fit & finish thin yet durable, I use them in everything from 95+ degree heat to 50 degree and rain. They are my go to shorts right now, the stretchy material feels great when pedaling, almost feels like you are wearing nothing at all, yet you still feel covered. Roomy enough for pads. Back pocket is kinda useless, but I carry a pack anyway. I dig the minimalist style. Not sure I would pay full price, but I like them on sale.

    Slim & Thin

    Enduro a go go

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I've been in a bit of a minimalist phase with clothing this year. Why? Dunno. Maybe so I can run heavier tires? These shorts fit the bill. They are light and comfortable, don't hang up on the seat and wick well.
    The fit is snug. Almost too snug, but with the stretch it's okay. In previous Yeti shorts I'm a large, with these I'm a medium and it's a small medium if that makes sense, I don't have to use the waist adjustment straps at all. I've been running with various bib shorts and haven't had an issues.
    Can wear slim knee pads underneath, can't wear bulkier ones (RF Ambush).
    Pocket is useless. I don't carry stuff in my pockets while riding but I do put stuff in while getting ready/driving and can't with these shorts.
    Material breathes well, so I like that.
    All in all, a good short.I'm quite pleased with the Yeti clothing I've bought.

    Awesome shorts

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 32"

    I'd been looking for "slim-ish" shorts (ie: not too baggy, and obviously not lycra) for riding for a long time. I was worried that these were going to be too long, and thought the price was fairly high for a pair of mtb shorts. I also like having shorts that I can use in the gym, for climbing, etc. . . . .

    I have to say that these are pretty amazing, even considering the high price. The material was thinner than I anticipated, but still feels surprisingly durable. The material is also quite elastic - turns out these are great shorts for yoga, the gym, etc. The fit is definitely on the slimmer side, but not negatively so - it's cut for athletics, and won't be flapping around at all - great in my opinion.

    Fair warning - there is one small pocket on these shorts - and it's a "in the small of the back" pocket. I do miss having a pocket in the regular place for keys or my phone (when using these for gym use), but honestly - they're so comfortable and functional that it has been forgiven. I bought these and the Teller shorts at the same time - the tellers have pockets and cargo pockets which trumps these in terms of functionality, but these are slightly more comfortable in the gym and on the bike. Your call.