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Troy Lee Designs Shuttle

TLD uses a ripstop nylon fabric with Spandex to give ithe Troy Lee Designs Shuttle some stretch. It’s a useful addition too, as the cut is quite sporty.

Score 7

Troy Lee Designs A3 helmet

The shell of Troy Lee Designs A3 is made from three parts co-moulded together, and that gives TLD’s paint shop the canvas it needs for some amazing designs.

Score 9

Troy Lee Designs Lilium Shorts

Marketed as a longer distance trail-riding short, Troy Lee Design’s Lilium is focused on breathability and comfort. They deliver on both fronts, using a nice mid-weight material that, like the…

Score 8

Troy Lee Designs Resist Pant

It’s made from a blend of nylon and spandex, which means it’s really stretchy and comfortable without feeling hard and plasticy, like some wet weather gear can. It’s not exactly…

Score 9

Troy Lee Designs Air glove

Skimpy trail gloves from the style masters. Read more: Buyer’s guide to the best mountain bike gloves As one of the most popular brands in the business, Troy Lee Designs…

Score 8

Troy Lee Designs SE Ultra

The first thing you’re going to notice about Troy Lee Designs SE Ultra gloves is the price. £38 for a pair of lightweight riding gloves is at the upper end.

Score 8

troy lee stage helmet

It's called the Troy Lee Stage helmet and boasts Troy Lee's typically slick styling and aspirational image, it certainly turned heads when it was released.

Score 9

troy lee designs a1

Troy Lee produce two open facers: the Troy Lee Designs A1 and the A2. The A2 is most recent and better vented but we prefer the fit and comfort of…

Score 8

Troy Lee Designs Speed Knee Sleeve

The Troy Lee Designs Speed Knee Sleeve provides minimalist style trail protection. Several enviable qualities combine to make them some of the best out.

Score 9

Troy Lee Skyline Air shorts

A lot of money for a summer short the Troy Lee Skyline Air shorts look great, well made, those panels definitely make a difference to breathability.

Score 8