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Coby Holm

Coby Holm

Coby Holm

Coby Holmwrote a review of on April 9, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Being the 100th 5-star rating for these waffles, I doubt there's much more I can say about them that hasn't already been said.

They're downright tasy and they're filling. I feel like I'm actually eating something substantial when I grab a package of these after a good climb. The honey one's were great, until I tried the vanilla and now I'm a genuine addict.

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Coby Holmwrote a review of on November 3, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I like this shirt. A lot. It looks damn good, and it's a great shirt to ride with. Light and breathable, but not too thin. The sleeves are a good length I feel for AM riding. Not too long like some DH shirts, but not too short like XC stuff. The pocket on the back is really nice and big enough to stash a phone, ipod or snack back there. I'm a fan of how One Industries does their collars. They're not round, more polygonal and I like the way it feels and looks.

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Coby Holmwrote a review of on October 29, 2013

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've bought two pairs of these shorts. One at full price, one half. For $120, I feel they leave something to be desired. Although I like how light and cool they are, I don't feel very well protected. These sorts are super thin, and are amazing on a hot summer day. But I'm not looking forward to any potential future crashes where I might slide on my side. Definitely not a DH short and I might not wear them during any enduro races. But as an all-mountain/aggressive trail short they are pretty nice. The Chartreuse is snazzy. The rear pocket is convinient like you'd expect, and although it does only have the one hip pocket. It does make up for it with the optic wipe inside. Fits true to size.

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Coby Holmwrote a review of on October 18, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm a pretty versatile biker. I'll do anything from rides with 3500' of climbing, a couple Crest shuttles in a day, playing in Moab or lapping Canyons. And I seriously love this pack, it works really well for all of that. The main compartment is the only thing I'd change, it's just a single pocket and it has no kind of dividers or subpockets or anything. I throw a bunch of supplies in there, and it just kinda sucks not being able to organize it at all. Trying to quickly dig to the bottom to get something can be annoying. But that's the only complaint, everything else is awesome. The ingenious stuff like the fold out tool pouch and the magnet on the valve are super convenient. The foam on the back is nice and minimizes sweating there, and the straps are comfortable and forget I'm wearing the pack most of the time. The lidlock works just as it should, and the outer pocket holds a pair of kneepads perfectly.

I'd definitely recommend the pack for any all-mountain/enduro type riders. Big enough to hold all the necessities, but light and comfortable enough to not be noticeable on the long ups or the rowdy downs.

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