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Eric Miller

Eric Millerwrote a review of on November 11, 2009

5 5

The Cutter Classic Merino Jersey is nice. It is soft and doesn't feel scratchy, at all. It performs just as merino should. It keeps you warm when it's cold or wet and helps keep you cool when it's warm. I prefer this jersey when it's cool outside. When it's warm I do prefer to go short-sleeve (that's where the new Cutter Hoodlum will come into play).

I'm 6' tall and about 180 lbs and I wear the medium. The fit is tight, but not skin suit tight. I don't feel awkward walking around in this jersey. I have long arms and the arm length is just right for me.

I've worn the jersey close to 25 times and washed it half a dozen times. So far it isn't showing any wear. There are no snags and no pilling. I do wear it on multiple rides between each washing. By the time it dries post ride the smells are gone (gotta love merino).

It does feature three stash pockets with one small zipper pocket. It also has small reflective strips on the forearm seams to help increase nighttime visibility. The muted gray with green zips is nice and not flashy at all.

Overall this jersey is awesome. I'd buy another one but one is working just fine for me. Do yourself a favor and pick one up.

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Eric Millerwrote a review of on November 10, 2009

5 5

I've had mine for about 5 months now and I haven't had any problems with it. It is solid, well made, and durable. I've used it a ton and you can hardly tell. The valve is super easy to use, the pressure gauge is reliable, and the pump action is smooth.

Now I haven't used many floor pumps but this one is better than others I've used.

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Eric Millerwrote a review of on October 6, 2009

5 5

So far I've put in about 15 days on the Cutter Tech Knickerbocker and I don't have a single negative thing to say about them. They hardly look like they've been worn. So pilling, abrasions, or other signs of wear.

First things first, I'm about 6' tall, 180 lbs. I typically wear a 34" waist in pants and they fit a little big. I have a medium in the Knickerbocker and fit around the waist is perfect. Just a little loose but they don't slide down. Length is just past my knees.

I've worn these on rides from everything from 40 degree mornings, to 85 degree sunny afternoons, 50 degree downpours, to 80 degrees with high humidity. They were comfortable and excelled in all conditions. They do get wet in heavy rain (imagine that) but repel light rains. They don't cling or snag when wet either. They do dry quickly.

The stretch fabric offers great range of motion. No tightness when swinging my leg over the bike to get on or off. It moves with you when you ride.

Plenty of pockets to store phone, keys, wallet, patch kit, small camera, u-lock ...pretty much anything you want. When empty you hardly notice that there's extra pockets.

These are now my go-to bottoms for anytime I ride. I wear them everyday when I commute. I would recommend them 100% to anyone and everyone.

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Eric Millerwrote a review of on June 25, 2009

5 5

Awesome three pack. Small, light, fit nicely in the saddlebag. I read one review on another site that said "don't try and use these to put the tire on, only for taking off". Not sure what they were talking about. I've used these to take tires off and put them off without any issues. The tongue that slips under the tire is a little thin so you can't crank super hard, but you shouldn't need to crank super hard anyway. I'm buying another set for my mountain bike.

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