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5 5

I've been curious about the Salomon shoes for a while and recently tried these as my first pair and I have to say I really like them. Excellent grip in wet and dry conditions, wonderful feel on my feet, they just make me want to run and move in them. The lacing system took a little getting used to but I've grown to like it. Although my experience has not shown them to be completely waterproof, I still really like them and will explore more Salomon shoes based on this first experience.

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Hi Andy - I've worn Sportiva's Quantums for a while now and recently tried these Salomon's and have to say I really think they are both solid, quality trail running shoes. Neither are great for road running (not made for that) but they're both really great on the trail. A couple differences I've noticed: the Salomon's do seem to grip a bit better in the wet and muddy conditions. However, the Sportiva's seem to provide a bit more mid-foot stability, if that is important to you. Lastly, the Salomon's feel like they have a greater drop than the Sportiva's. I can't say definitively because I cannot find the drop information for the Sportiva's and am going just on how they feel. Bottom line though is I do think they're both good and it's a matter of personal preference and I would say you should give the Salomon's a try and see what you think.

5 5

I've run quite a bit in these and found them to be comfortable from the get-go and no break-in time was required. Even though they have a little more cushion than I usually prefer they do have a nice light spring to them which I like. I think they're a solid running shoe.

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4 5

These shoes are comfortable from the very beginning, needed very little break-in time. I've run in them quite a bit and have decided they're a little more cushion than I really prefer, but would recommend in particular if you like a softer/cushioned feel. I now mostly use them for walking around and in that regard they work for me.

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4 5

I was looking for a lightweight and highly visible jacket for my night riding. I thought for the sale price I'd give this a try. It is light, packs down next to nothing and looks good. The only problem is that the back pockets are open/not zippered and are lined with a mesh fabric, so if it rains the water can run down your back and wet you through the mesh lining. So while I don't recommend in heavy rain, it works fine it light rain or mist. I'm mostly fine with this because I didn't really buy it for the waterproofness anyway. A note about the sizing: I usually order up a size in cycling gear because I think it runs small but for this jacket I wish I'd have gotten my 'real' size Medium. I'm 6' and 175 lbs.

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5 5

This is a no-frills, waterproof cycling jacket that does everything it claims. As for fit, I usually order up one size in cycling gear as it in general seems to run small, but in this jacket I find that my regular Large size fits well. I'm 6'1" and 175 lbs.

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4 5

I purchased this jacket in red on sale and really like it. It's super lightweight, folds up next to nothing, and is just right for those slightly chilly or windy days. I don't think it really provides much protection in the rain, maybe super light mist or something, but not rain. That's OK though because I have other rain jackets and I look forward to continuing to get a lot of good use from this jacket on dry, cool, and windy days.

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4 5

This is my first pair of La Sportiva shoes and I thought I'd try them because of a good sale price, so they weren't purchased with a specific task in mind. First off they are super comfortable, hug my feet and fit like a glove. They do run small and narrow though and I'd suggest ordering a half size up. They provide a bit more cushion than I'm used to but am adapting and like the way they work on dry terrain, be it dirt trails, rock, or whatever. I do find that they don't feel nearly as stable though in wet conditions. So I plan to focus using them when it's dry and expect to get lots of good use from them.

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5 5

I've had these shorts a couple weeks now and so far think they're pretty great. They really are super lightweight, moves well with the body, fabric seams reasonably durable, and they look great too. I can wear them hiking, mountain biking, and then around town too. I think the pockets are actually just right because they are close to the body and smallish; additional and larger pockets would make the shorts heavier and not as comfortable nor as 'fluid' during highly aerobic activities. If I really need to bring that much stuff with me I'll use my Amphipod Belt or running pack, etc. I'm a 32-33" waist and the size L fits well. Would recommend these shorts!

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