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2 5

Echoing what others here are saying -- Castelli winter glove sizing has issues. I'm 5'10" 175lbs and size Large summer gloves are fine for me, as are size 9 Hestras. I bought Large here and the fingers barely had enough length, but the palm and the cuff both felt too darn roomy. Beyond that, these had a bit more heft than what I wanted. Castelli is normally the best quality & the best value out there, but I'm not so hot on these.

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5 5

In the world of cork you basically have two good choices -- Cinelli and Arundel. If you'd like something with more of a less dense and airy feel, I'd suggest Deda's tape. But cork kills vibration and has a nice feel that makes it easily the best selling option out there, with Cinelli being the leading brand. And make sure to consider white! Everyone always goes black, but white makes any bike look sorta new.

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5 5

Everyone should have a set of 32 hole handbuilts. This DT rim has taken over as the "go to" rim over the Mavic Open Pro. It's reasonably light, quite tough, and has snazzy enough decals without being over the top. This is rock solid. If you're building up some handbuilts, your rim choice is easy.

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5 5

Maybe you ride indoors with a fan blowing on you, maybe you don't. In either event, you sweat like hell on the trainer and this mat makes it so that your carpet or floor doesn't get pooled up with yr sweat. This mat is sticky on the bottom side so it won't slip, and you can step on it with cleats without falling. Big enough for a bike-on-a-trainer, or for a Cycleops Indoor Bike.

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5 5

Tights are sometimes just too much. Whether you're running or skate skiing or hiking, you want warmth and freedom of movement without kitting out in an uber-athletic wardrobe. I bought these for skate skiing and they're perfect. They're way sleeker than, say, softshell pants. But they aren't as "race-day" looking as tights. Particularly for skate skiing, they're ideal. Also, if you're stuck between sizes, go with the smaller size for sure!

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5 5

This might be the best winter baselayer ever. It relies purely on insulation and not on windblock, but when you combine it with a nice jacket (such as the Craft Storm jacket) it gives you plenty of warmth. The crew neck is just right -- it stops right below the adam's apple. Also, if you're stuck between sizes, choose the smaller size. I can use M or L in base layers, and I'm happy as a clam with M. This sucker is thin, light, and super-warm. You'll love it.

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3 5

If you choose the correct size this is probably a good choice for activities where your speed isn't high (skate skiing) or where the temps aren't too high (riding a bike in autumn.) But they are thin without a lot of insulation. Also, size UP, i.e. if you're stuck between sizes go with the bigger size.

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5 5

Nicely insulated without too much heft. It relies more on insulation than windblock in terms of the materials. It has pockets in the back so you can carry gels, etc. For Nordic you can match this with a proZero base layer and it's all the insulation you need. For cycling you may want a bit more windblocking action for winter riding, so add a jersey or something like that. My only complaint is that the jacket is a bit roomy in the sternum area. I wish it were tighter. When you're bent over and reaching for the bars the material & zipper poofs out a bit.

Also, from a sizing standpoint, if you're stuck between sizes, choose the smaller size of the two. I usually float between M and L, and was very happy with my choice of L.

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4 5

I tried the ICS clip version of this. Twice. But if you ride rough enough roads or trails, the clip can't hold & ejects the bag. This velcro version is much more secure. The medium size can hold everything you need for super-serious riding. Big enough without being too big. Give it a shot.

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