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What's the main difference between the Mojito and the Vertigo? Do they both use the same retention system? I really want a Vertigo for the retention system, it's one of the best helmet I've put on, but the price does not convince me.

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4 5

Ordered these for my new MTB, figured I'd be doing more XC/trail riding and didn't figure I'd have to hike it too much and since I wasn't going to use platform pedals. They've got the great Giro fit as usual, comes with all the goodies to adjust your arch, I was impressed with the style, weight, fit and stiffness. Great shoe, really delivers power to the pedals.

Only gripe I have with these:
I've had to to hike a bit more than I had anticipated, and doing so has lead to tons of wear beneath the shoes. Since it's my first pair of off-road cycling shoes, I can't honestly say if they wear well or not, but I would've expected the tread below to not wear out so quick after about 9 rides. My hikes have been over rocks, gravel and sand, and I've noticed tons of scratches below, screw for spikes went missing on first ride, and the yellow hard plastic tread is wearing out. I've slipped on a few rocks too. I was expecting that Giro had a hard rubber below and not plastic (at least it seems like plastic) but so far they've been great. Top shoe material is still holding up great, carbon is all scratched up, but that's no biggie.

They work great over dirt compared to gravel/sand/rocks.

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5 5

Kept these after the older Moto shorts weren't the right fit. They got rid of the rear pocket on these, as well as the magnetic pocket flaps. They've got no rear pocket and switched to velcro on the pockets (still have a zipper) but these felt much more comfortable, not restricting at all and gotta wear them around the top of your waist (not a low-waist fit). Great fit, do recommend, crashed twice and no damage at all. Seem very durable and glad I got them.

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4 5

Got these to match a jersey and also got a pair of the new Moto shorts in black, had to keep the new ones even though I had to cough up more for them. The waist was a 38, I ordered 36 in the new shorts, kept the 36 in the new shorts. These were tighter around my hips and thigh, felt a bit constricted since I'm a tubby guy (225lbs, 5'11", big legs) so I went with the new ones even though the size was smaller, go figure.

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5 5

Ordered this helmet for some DH riding, can't complain. Looks nice, the fit is a bit snug to put on (got an XL, I've got a big head, 7 3/4'ish) but it's not a problem unless you've probably got a lot of hair or a larger head than mine. Once it's on, I know it's not going anywhere. The adjustable visor is nice, I like the strap's button for the slack, cushion isn't bothersome and wearing with goggles isn't a problem.

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4 5

True to fit, these were comfortable and had a good feel to them, but I ordered them to compare with TLD knee-shin guards and I went with the TLD pads. I felt these would slip a little more and didn't need as much padding. I also wanted more comfort for all-day wear while staying super light. I would recommend these to anyone interested in them.

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5 5

I bought these along with the elbow guards from TLD, and I'm very thankful. I took two spills and had no injuries. Slightly sore, but for the money it's much better than introducing your joints into nature at 25-30 MPH if you take a spill.

I got a size Large and the fit is snug, (227lbs, 5'11", wear XL leg warmers, big legs) they didn't slip at all while I was wearing them. Putting them on, you've got to be careful as not to rush and pull them up into place, you don't want to rip the stitching of the elastic fabrics.

They're very flexible and didn't cause any discomfort. The elastic fabric grabs onto your thigh and calves, so it leaves the popliteal area (the spot behind your knee cap) open for movement and air. I wore these all day, did very minimal adjusting, didn't slide down or move much when I too a spill, had no problems pedaling; very comfortable.

You'll look like a ninja while wearing them. Ladies love it when you look like you're gonna drop down from the roof and stealth attack some mofo like a pro. Even some dude commented while I was on the lift. He said "This guys looks like he's ready to tear shhhiiii- up!"

So put your armor on and tear shhhhiiii-up!

These are the bee's knees!

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5 5

Heck yeah! Put these on and run into a mosh pit without any fear!

Actually, it's a better idea if you use them when you're doing some gnarly DH riding. Let me tell you... I bought these along with the knee/shin pads from TLD, and I'm very thankful. I took two spills and had no injuries. Slightly sore, but for the money it's much better than introducing your arm to nature at 25-30 MPH if you take a spill.

I got a size Large and the fit is snug, (227lbs, 5'11", wear XL arm warmers - sometimes large) they didn't slip at all while I was wearing them. Putting them on, you've got to be careful as not to rush and pull them up into place, you don't want to rip the stitching of the elastic fabrics. Once in place, I didn't have to adjust them much during the day. They're very flexible and didn't cause any discomfort, but towards the end of my day I noticed the imprint of the fabric on my arms. Perhaps a little too snug? Nah man, just right in my opinion. This fit allowed for flexibility without slippage, didn't budge during impact. I think the fit was done well in order to keep the weight down and make sure they do the job of protecting your body.

You'll look like a ninja while wearing them. Ladies love it when you look like you're gonna drop down from the roof and stealth attack some mofo like a pro. Even some dude commented while I was on the lift. He said "This guys looks like he's ready to tear shhhiiii- up!"

So put your armor on and tear shhhhiiii-up!

Throw them bows w/ no fear!

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5 5

If you need to stay warm all day on a cold and windy day, this thing is great. I went out without arm or knee warmers, and my torso was kept pleasantly warm. My elbows were freezing, but not my chest. It breaths very well, I like how the back panel wicks moisture away very well, just wish it wasn't a different color. (If it were all black, it'd be more slimming. I'm a fatty.)

Very good product, dries quickly, does the job well.

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5 5

Wore this on a cold night within the low 40's in SoCal.

Love it. Wasn't sweating profusely, conforms nicely, looks good, dries quickly, very pleased with the product.

The windblocker panels kept me warm even while the winds picked up, making my feet jealous of my torso and arms.

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4 5

I got a size XL since I have huge legs, and they're a bit longer than just covering the knees, so it keeps most of my legs warm from mid-thigh to mid-shins.

The shape was a bit odd at first, takes getting used to. Not as conforming or flexible as the Specialized knee warmers I've got, but much warmer, so I like.

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4 5

Nice grippy palms, the top panels over the hand were a bit too stiff for me, I was going to use these for winter rides.

They'd be great for dirt, look nice, but returned them and kept some different gloves that are more flexible and conform to the hand better.

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3 5

I wish this was a perfect fit, because the material and design are superb! The problem I had with it was that XL was way too snug for me (5'11" 220lb, 45 chest) and if it's anything like the pursuit vest, the XXL would be way too long.

They size an XXL for a 6'2" person, just wish they'd have a their sizes set for body types and included "tall" sizes for taller folks.

Super nice vest though.

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3 5

I was looking for a vest I can keep in my pocket for night rides or chilly mornings, and had been shopping around for something like this.

Well, I ordered a size XL and XXL to fit myself and ended up returning both. I'm a large guy (220lbs 5'11" 44-45 chest) so the XL was way too snug for comfort and the the XXL was way too long to even think about wearing.

Aside from the sizing I had issues with, it was a super-light vest with a very thin material that I thought couldn't possibly block much wind, but I guess if you're in temperate climates like me, it'd be fine for morning rides. The only test I did was stand in front of a fan to try and get an idea of how much wind blocking it'd do, which was decent.

I'm still searching for a better fit and better product. I've got a Castelli vest that I use, I just don't like the design and branding all over.

Wish this fit better, I probably would've kept it since it does compact into very small bundle.

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Unanswered Question

I tried an XXL Capo vest, and it was comfy around the chest, but extremely long for my height.

Is the sizing with the jerseys the same for these? I'm debating to get an XXL since I have a 44-45 chest, but I'm 5'11" and don't need the extra inch or more in jersey length.

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4 5

I've had these over a season and they lasted pretty well after using them vigorously. They've finally began to tear apart at the seams below, I went with a size XL and it fit my size 10.5/11 shoe. They work well, wish it had more cover below, but it does the job in brisk, cold chilly mornings and night rides.

Might've gone with a large for a snug fit, the velcro strap seems to have a lot of slack and didn't really help for a snug fit.

Would buy them again.

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