Breitling’s beloved athleisure watch gets a stylish refresh

By Linnéa Pesonen

Photo: Breitling

This sporty summer just got better as Breitling expands its popular Endurance Pro watch range with a new, smaller iteration and a range of striking colours

Swiss watchmaker Breitling knows a thing or two about combining cutting-edge technology with style, with its Endurance Pro multitasking timepiece remaining a firm favourite among athletes and horological aficionados alike. Now, after being available only as a 44mm model, Breitling introduces a smaller, 38mm sized Endurance Pro to its Professional range, along with an array of vibrant colourways.


“This is a watch that was built to swim, bike, run, and keep up with you no matter the intensity of your workout – plus, it looks great as a casual sports chronograph,” says Breitling CEO Georges Kern. “This new size makes it accessible to an even wider range of wearers.” Comprising all the same technical features as its bigger sibling, like the ultra-lightweight case, SuperQuartz™ movement, Super-LumiNova® coating, and snug, form-fitting rubber strap, the 38mm Endurance Pro arrives in eye-catching purple, pink, white, light blue, or red, with straps and crowns colour-coordinated to match the inner bezel. The 44mm model gets a fresh look, too, boasting a new streamlined rubber strap in navy, orange, white, or light blue hues.

Lucy Charles-Barclay with her sleek purple Endurance Pro watch. Photo: Breitling

Jan Frodeno, a member of Breitling's Triathlon Squad. Photo: Breitling

Daniela Ryf, a member of Breitling's Triathlon Squad. Photo: Breitling

Celebrating the launch of the smaller iteration, Breitling welcomes two new members, Ironman Women’s World Champion Lucy Charles-Barclay and Sam Laidlow, the youngest male winner in Ironman history, to its ‘Triathlon Squad,’ featuring top European athletes. Like the Endurance Pro watch, the crew, who star in Breitling’s latest campaign, excel in the most demanding competitions in the world, demonstrating their exceptional strength and resilience.