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Just a tip on sizing, I have to return. Pay attention to size chart - I am 6 feet 1 inch with 33 inch waist and a Medium is way too big! Looking at the size chart more closely, a 33 -34 inch waist requires a Small! Never bought a size small before ever. Looks like good quality, overall lighter, more breathable than say an Endura singletrack, but cannot comment on use or durability.

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This base layer seems to keep me unusually warm (in a good way) for such a thin layer. Seem to do better than similar merino wool layers. I also tried using it on trainer in garage under a short sleeve jersey for sweat management and it worked well there too. Probably get the long sleeve version. I am 6 feet 1 inch, 163 pounds, large fits fine.

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5 5

I used these tires front and rear all of 2008, and brought them back for the end of 2009. They are a great tubeless 29er option, pretty light and can handle lots of terrain run with psi below 30 preferrably. Excel in dry conditions. No issues with the minimal knobbies on the tire. Ridden/raced mainly in New Mexico and Colorado, with 2 trips to Maui also. Set up on multiple converted non-tubeless rims with Stans. You get less weight than tubeless, but less hassles than trying to convert a non-tubeless tire. No burping, no sidewall cuts, not a single flat. Pretty long lasting and a good value.

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5 5

This is a short, split running short, but it has mesh pockets in the back. Great quality, feels like it will last awhile also. I ran Imogene Pass in Colorado in these with a baggy holding extra fuel (powder)to mix at an aid station, and 1 gel and didn't notice they were there. Good job by Sugoi.

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