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EnduraMT500 Burner Pant II - Men's


Item # EDA000F

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Item # EDA000F

MT500 Burner Pant II

For rough and rowdy days on the bike, make sure your kit starts with the durable, trail-friendly Endura MT500 Burner Pant II. These mountain biking pants are crafted from a tough yet stretchy nylon to keep up with high-flying, white-knuckle days in the saddle, while the high-stretch crotch panels ensures your range of motion is unrestricted. Mesh panels on the back of the knees ensure that cooling airflow continues to circulate on warmer days, while the ratcheting waist adjuster secures the perfect fit every time you pull them on.

  • Durable, stretchy mountain biking pants for long days riding
  • Nylon blend is equal parts tough and flexible
  • Mesh back knee panels promotes a cooling airflow
  • Slim fit keeps the fit more geared for performance
  • Zippered hand pockets safely carry small items
  • Adjustable waist provides an exact fit

Tech Specs
Material90% nylon, 8% elastane, 2% neoprene
Waistratchet waist adjuster
Pockets2 hand zip
Recommended Useenduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty1 year

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Quality Construction

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
6` 2"
185 lbs

Just received my pants this week. First impression is one of high quality materials and construction, the material feels durable and has a perfect amount of stretch. The construction looks burly enough to handle all the stresses of riding singletrack. Fit was right on, I'm 6'2" and 185 lbs (ordered a Large) and these pants fit close without feeling tight, with plenty of length on the inseam. There is room for knee pads underneath. I rode today in snowy, slushy conditions in about 35 F at dusk with only a baselayer underneath and they offered a nice amount of protection from elements. I do not think they have a DWR finish since I do not see it in the description.


Would you recommend these pants for winter riding? Not looking for super warm parts, but something for Texas winters. Somewhat warm, blocks out wind. Perhaps riding in temps around 40-50 degrees. Thanks!


Hi guys, Question regarding sizing. I typically struggle to find pants/shorts that fit me right. I am 6'6, weight about 200lbs, with a 34" waist and a 35" inseam. Would a size L do the trick on these pants? Cheers!