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These gloves have been awesome...but after a mere 400 miles or so I've blown out one of the finger tips. They give an awesome feel through the bars and grip like gorilla glue on my Kona grips. I also really like the rubber grips on the breaking fingers...just in case. At this price point, they're disposable in my mind, so I'll get another pair. On the bright side, the hole in the finger enables me to use my touch screen phone without having to take my glove off. sweet.
This is my favorite jersey so far. The v-neck thing made me a little apprehensive to buy this jersey in particular, but now that I have it and I've worn it quite a bit, it isn't so bad. This thing wicks moisture like crazy, and bears no odor what-so-ever--even after a long weekend in Fruita. The built in glasses chamois is the icing.
I'm net generally a jersey kind of guy. I've been riding in cotton t-shirts since I was 8 years old. BUT...DAKINE is changing my mind about jerseys. This one in particular does an excellent job wicking moisture from your body and has a mesh vent panel on both sides from your arm pits to your hips to keep you cool. Finally, technical material that doesn't make you look like a spandex loving stopwatch whore.
I've been a Smith sunglasses guy for as long as I can remember--though I used to rock sliders only as sport glasses. The Trace Interlock is not only an incredibly functional pair of interchangeable lens sunglasses that I use year round for ski touring, fly fishing, mountain biking, hiking and climbing--but they are actually really good looking. These guys have become the only pair of sunglasses that I wear. The Trace is the first fashionable lightweight sunglasses that I've owned, and I love them.