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1 5

Sometimes when things are inexpensive, they are a good deal. Other times they are just cheap. The latter is my experience with these. I threw them in on an order on a whim, thinking why not. How bad can they be. I tried one and it never made it out of the garage. I changed the tire in the AM, went down for my lunch ride to find it flat. Figuring it may have been a pinhole or a loose valve I added a can of Vittoria tire sealant. That didn't work either because before all the sealant got into the tube, the whole mess blew up. I decided instead of trying another new tube, I'd grab one of the patched up tubes I keep around for times like this. Several hundred New England winter miles later, the multipatched tube is still holding air, and three new cutters are sitting on the work bench.

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4 5

I've been using these overshoes nearly daily in the fall/winter/spring for over a year now. The positives, they are easy to get on and off, the velcro holds well and provides a lot of adaptability for leg size. They are very good at shedding the stuff that falls from the sky.

In all fairness I need to preface the next comment with I don't know if this is a factor of wear, or I just didn't notice it before. Recently they have been getting waterlogged. After about an hour or so on wet roads, I'll come back and take them off and they will be soggy.

The toes and strap across the bottom have held up pretty well, however they are also starting to wear a bit as well. Depending on how much you use them, they are definitely good for a couple of seasons. Overall a very good product

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5 5

I was a little apprehensive when I took them out of the bag. They felt way too light to be warm enough. It was all uphill from that first impression. First was putting them on. Fit was very good and comparable to what I've found from other Craft products. These have a different material around the knee area that allows for movement that feels like shorts. Then I took them outside. The day I first tried these on was 24 at the start of the ride. I was comfortable in the for the full 1 1/2 hour ride.

Definitely adding these to my Christmas wish list.

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4 5

This can be used in combination with a beanie and your glasses and get virtually complete facial coverage. I ride outdoors year round in New England and I've got a substantial arsenal of winter accessories to keep me going in the deep winter. My preference for this product is on days that are more windy than cold. Reason being is this item is really good at keeping the wind off, but it doesn't do much for insulation. The other downside is it's really difficult to drink with this on. You need to pull the whole thing down to free your mouth. Which can be cumbersome with bulky winter gloves and nearly impossible with lobster gloves.

Overall though a very good product, that I'm very glad I have

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5 5

This is a light and comfortable vest. Much less restrictive than a jacket. Kinda feels like it isn't there while you're wearing it. I typically wear a XXL in Hincapie and the fit felt a little looser than usual. Which is helpful when used as a layer to give a little additional protection when it gets really cold.

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3 5

The plusses. The main reason I tried it was that it's all natural. I still like it for that. It's a normal color, so you don't look like you've been spray tanning before hopping on the bike. Also, the smell is neutral. Provides a good water barrier.

I'll preface the downside by saying I live in New England and I'm probably comfortable enough with nothing for the temperature range which this is intended. I didn't feel the warming. Regardless of the cause, the tingly feeling of some of the other choices out there tell my simple mind that the stuff is working and it's not really 45 degrees and raining out.

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4 5

I've been typically using Assos for chamois scream for a little while. Timing is everything. As I was getting ready to reorder there was a review of different chamois creams and Morgan had positive comments. Cost was comparable (realized after I got it that you get A LOT more of the Morgan). So far I'm very happy with it. Goes on light without feeling pasty like the heavy duty hot/wet weather stuff. Smell is light almost like a hand lotion. I have a little concern over how it will work in the heat and I'm reserving the last star for that. But it's been great so far in the fall and early winter.

Huge bonus for the inner lid too. I've had tubs of other brands where you lose 1/2 of it in your gear bag because of the poor sealing cover. The inner lid prevents that. Honestly I can't believe that nobody's thought of it before this.

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4 5

The description lead me to believe these were heavier than they actually are. They make road shoes bearable into the low 50s and upper 40s. Any colder than that and you need something more.

The size is true to label and the locking zipper works well and is easy to use.

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