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Hornet 3/4 jersey and Hornet Short
Was unsure about this considering the level of other helmet makers. But after my Giro Remedy helmet started to get itchy, decided it was time for something different. I read a couple reviews about this helmets ventilation. Must say, it works great. Would also recommend getting the POC goggles system as well.
This is worth 500g in gold if you constantly find yourself switching saddle height during your ride.Just make sure when you install the seatpost it is at its highest level before you cut the cable. (I wouldnt know from experience)
They look good with a yellow jersey, but thats about all they are good for. I like how the rubber is soft on the bottom, so you dont slip on wet rocks when walking around. But, the velcro is to long. They cannot get tight below the buckle. Found that out while trying them on at a local shop.
Instead, purchased Bontrager RXL MTB. With eSoles that are replaceable.
What goggles work well with this helmet? I'm guessing Giro are best, but I'm a fan of Oakley after using their ski goggles. Anyone have trouble with Oakley goggles with this helmet?
I have used Hex and upgraded to the Xen. The Xen has more coverage on the back of the head and seems to fit nicer.
Very durable, plan on getting another this spring. The vents are ok, but make perfect placement with a Lights n Motion Stella 200.
Awesome light. Super lightweight and bright enough for commuting or night riding single track. Did I mention that my battery last 7 hrs, and only takes 2 hrs for a full charge!!! It has helped me cornering. (Having to lead with your light/eyes)
A must have for a devoted commuter.
Used it for a few cold and wet days, and I am excited that it has kept me dry. Definitely not great on cold days, but best used as a rain/wind stopper. Sizing is on the large size as mentioned below by other reviews.