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4 5

I'm really impressed with these gloves. I picked them up on a whim, because I've never really been happy with any pair of winter gloves I've tried. I recently rode in both mid-20s F and mid-30s F and the gloves kept my hands warm better than any of my other pairs, all while breathing well enough that my hands were dry when I took them off (this is not typically the case with other gloves). The fit is exceptional. I have very large hands, but these gloves fit very close and provide really good dexterity in all hand positions.
They only lost a star for the lack of a silicone screening or some kind of grip-enhancing treatment to the two braking fingers. The material is smooth, and somewhat slippery on the brake levers until you get used to it. I'll probably just brush a little silicone on myself, though, because I like them so much.
I can't yet speak to durability, but they seem very well made, and are reinforced with leather in the thumb area for extra toughness.

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4 5

While it's definitely not as nice for extended road rides as some of the more expensive options out there, these are my go-to bibs for mountain biking and road rides that I think will be under 2 hours. The chamois is substantial, but stays close to your body, and feels pretty low profile in the saddle. The rest of the fabric is nice enough, and doesn't typically bother me in any way.

Great bang for the buck, and seem to really last.

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4 5

I wear these for mountain biking, commuting, and road biking (can't wear those half-finger things). They're tough as nails, have low profile but substantial padding, and haven't worn out after wearing them exclusively for an entire season. My one complaint is that they're pretty warm, and can be a bit much in the heat of summer. Absolutely awesome once temps are below 80, though.

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4 5

These shoes are awesome for commuting, spin class, and short MTB rides. They're comfortable, wide, and reasonably stiff. They're not so awesome once you pass the two hour mark. After that, they seem to head downhill, fast. The thin insole takes its toll on your feet, and you start to feel the recesses in the plastic underneath. Awhile later, you feel the bolt holes for your cleats, and by the time you're at around 4 hours, everything hurts.
Basically, these are badass entry-level shoes, but if you ride a lot, you'll want something a little nicer.

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5 5

I picked up these waffles out of curiosity and an inability to find them at any local stores -they had all sold out. I know why; these waffles are amazing. They are hands down the best tasting 'energy food' I've ever had, and seem to offer a similar boost to GU or half a sleeve of shot blocks. The waffles go down easy, and don't leave gooey remnants all over your mouth like the gels and blocks do. I can't recommend them highly enough. Buy two packs though, you'll eat more of them because they taste so good!

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5 5

I'm not sure what the previous reviewer was doing -possibly super low pressure, given that many pinch flats, but I've had nothing but positive experience with these tires. The only struggle I had was actually mounting the tire initially, it was one of those tire/rim combinations that just didn't agree. Lots of miles, few flats, and smooth. If I'm nitpicking, I would probably lean towards the Fyxation Session 700 tires because they roll a little faster and the tread is a little more substantial, but I'd be perfectly happy with either one.

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2 5

These are definitely not up to the rigors of daily commuting. The fabric under the shoes blew out in the first few weeks of wear. Probably good if you don't need to put a foot down very often, but not good for city riding.

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