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5 5

I?ve been riding these wheels for 2 years and have enjoyed every mile. They are ultra-light, ultra-smooth, and provide ultra-grip. Feels very much like a sew-up. Excellent all around every day wheel, especially great for crits due to the larger contact patch and quick acceleration.

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2 5

This is truely a knee warmer. It really only covers your knee from the top of your knee cap to the top of the shin. They go just to the bottom of the cuff of my shorts, no overlap with the shorts. They also tend to fall and bunch up behind the knee. I'm 5'9" and purchased the L/XL. In otherwords, unless your really desperate for a knee cap cover, you may want to skip these.

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5 5

I wore the jacket for the first time in 6 degree weather. It performed quite well keeping me warm yet managing vapor remarkably well. I was layered with only a lightweight long sleeve wicking base layer and a jersey. The jacket blocked all wind from getting through and was very comfortable to wear. I size in a Medium in most Girodana clothing and went with a large, which was perfect. It's a snug fit as designed, which seemed to help with moisture control. I couldn't justify the additional cost of the zero, I'm sure I would have been very happy riding in it, but if you want to save a couple bucks from either that or the Assos Fugu, this is a great option.

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5 5

I'm in Minnesota and these have been used several times now in temperatures from the 30s to the 40s and have performed remarkably well. They do not have much in the way of wind protection, but they don't seem to need it as they keep you comfortably warm, even in the upper 30s. They also breath quite well and are very comfortable even in the upper 40s. If you just want to be comfortable and not have to wear tights, I could even see using them in the 50s. I've even had them in the rain, and they still kepts me comfortable, not dry but comfortable. They fit like a second skin and are very comfortable with virtually no chaffing.

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1 5

These were worn for the first time at 10 degrees, and I just about froze my tail off. The description as a ?true winter cycling tight? is way off, spring/fall is about the limit I?d go with them. They are the equivalent of bib shorts and mid-weight leg warmers. When I pulled them out of the bag I thought wow these are thin, technology is awesome. Turns out I should have listened to my initial concerns. They have virtually no wind resistance, wind literally blows right through the ?reinforced? area on the thigh and the rest is like wearing a screen door in a wind storm. 10 degrees is cold, however the guys in the group in other tights were just fine. The chamois is quite nice, but that?s about the extent of my praise. These are not a winter product at all.

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5 5

By far the most comfortable jersey I have ever owned. I bought the FRC bibs as well, great combo. I found the sizing right on. I'm medium in Casteli, Nalini, Assos, and Veremarc, and I'm medium with Girodana as well. The zipper was broke on mine, realcyclist took it back no problem and sent me a new one. Strange part is although they are the same size, the new one is far looser. Where as the first one was truely a second skin, the second I'd say is a club fit. I'm not sure how to explain that, but it's still a great product.

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