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5 5

I'm a big fan of the minimalist glove and this one fits the bill. The back panel is extremely breathable yet has stood up to numerous encounters with brush.
At first I was nervous about the palm being fabric but with around a dozen rides under their belt these gloves show no signs of wear.
Continuing the minimalist theme of the glove is the lack of velcro at the wrist. These gloves fit well enough that I never miss having the velcro. Velcro never seemed to last too long on my previous gloves, anyway.
Bar feel, needless to say, is excellent. These are the best Fox gloves I have ever owned and possibly the best gloves, period.

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5 5

These are just about the perfect mountain biking short. The fabric is very lightweight and breathable yet feels tough enough to stand up well to a crash.
They also fit very well and never get hung up on the saddle when getting off the back for a steep descent.
The pockets are large and positioned so whatever you keep in them won't interfere with pedaling. At first I was surprised by the lack of cargo pockets but the shorts are better off without them.
The shorts are also subtle enough to be worn off the bike. I have worn them a couple of times at work and for general casual use.
I have a 30" waist and the M/32 fits perfectly.

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5 5

I have owned, and broken, two clip-style seat bags so far so I decided to try one with a simple strap attachment instead. So far this bag has survived half a season and a handful of races with flying colors. The strap can be a little difficult to feed through your seat rails but once on feels secure, even without a secondary strap to attach it to the seatpost.

This bag also holds more than I expected. Though a tad tight, it holds a 29" tube, CO2 cartridge with inflator, a multi-tool, SRAM powerlinks, and a car key.

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5 5

This was another gift for my wife. She loves that its purple with skulls and I love that it's made with Purist and will never retain a funky taste.

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5 5

I myself have owned and loved two pairs of Giordana Fusion shorts so when the time came to buy my wife a new pair of shorts getting her these was a no brainer. The chamois is super comfortable without being bulky. My wife loves the leg length and the style of the waistband as well.

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5 5

I use these mostly for mountain biking and they are great for that purpose. They hug my face without being uncomfortable and they never ever slip. I honestly forget that I am wearing them. I have a medium to large face and these fit super well.
They came with the reflective blue lenses installed. These work so well that I haven't even thought to try the red. Some day I'll get curious and try them but the blue has worked well in rides under light conditions ranging from dawn to midday to dusk.

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4 5

I have a high opinion of all the Crankbrothers products I have owned and this pump only furthers that. About ten years ago I owned one of their first mini-pumps and it lasted a long time. Just like that pump the Gem has two-stage action. It can pump either high volume, which is awesome for getting a head start on airing up a tire, or high pressure, which is perfect for topping a tire off.
This pump permanently resides in my pack and will be what I turn to should the need arise.

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4 5

I have ridden these tires in wide ranging conditions from tacky hero dirt to super loose, dry and rocky. Even on super loose climbs these tires still manage to find traction. Don't let the small knobs fool you. In addition they roll very quickly.
I have the TNT version and they seal up as tubeless very easily. They set up on the first try. Little bit of Stan's and compressed air and voila. Not even any seepage at the bead.

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5 5

In the fall my buddy and I do lots of night riding on the trails in the foothills and mountains above Provo. This light works in a pinch by itself as a helmet mounted light but it truly shines when I pair it with an Urban 350 for a bar light. The beam is very bright with a long throw and a good spread. I have never seen a light as bright-white as this. Battery life is sufficient for a two to three hour ride especially if you use the mid-power setting for the climbs and reserve the full power for bombing the descents.

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4 5

This pad is a great alternative to the traditional bike rack. It is much simpler and holds bikes just as well. Installation is a breeze and its hold on the bike is very secure.

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