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5 5

I used the Caffelatex Effetto Mariposa to set my sleds up ghetto tubeless and the foaming action helped to get a good seal quickly. So far it has continued to impress. A small puncture on a ride was quickly sealed and barely lost any pressure. No more pinch flats for me.

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5 5

Lock on grips are one of the best upgrades you can put on a bike in my opinion. The grips just give the bike a more lively feel. I feel much more connected to the bike without regular old rubber grips damping all the feedback.

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5 5

This bar freakin rocks. The width is perfect. I don't feel like I'm on a clown bike or a motorcycle. I got the 19mm rise and I love the more aggressive feel it gave to my bike. Plus it looks pretty damn good.

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5 5

I bought one of these after doing a lawn dart style over the bars crash into some rocks. I'll admit it's not the coolest piece of gear to own and I wasn't stoked about the price but it does give piece of mind knowing that it's there. I was concerned that the brace would be big, bulky, and that I would feel like a dog wearing a cone from the vet but when I got it I was surprised at how unobtrusive it actually is. The fit is really customizable. After one or two laps out on the DH trail I don't even notice it while on the bike, and hey, it costs less than a ride in an ambulance let alone a wheelchair.

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5 5

It's hard to hate on a product that just gets the job done and doesn't cause problems. This chain is one of those products. Once installed correctly you just have to hit it with some lube and the chain cleaner.

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2 5

I was stoked when I ordered these gloves. TLD usually has stuff dialed. However, when I put these gloves on they were too big and all the rubber protective stuff made them tent up like a high school boy's jeans. The velcro straps don't seem to line up correctly either. I usually wear a large in gloves but I would size down if I were buying them again.

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5 5

I was a bit skeptical of this jacket when I first saw it, however when I put it on my opinion immediately started to change. The Cutter Asymm Softshell Anorak has a slim but not restricting fit. The fabric is pretty wind resistant and the subtle styling is right up my alley. I used this jacket on a 20 degree mountain bike ride and it was perfect. All I wore underneath was a 3/4 mountain bike jersey and I stayed at almost perfect temp. The fabric is highly wind resistant but let in just enough air to let the jacket breathe well. I feel that it's the best riding jacket that I've ever used.

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5 5

My Five Ten Freeriders are awesome. Comfortable fit, stiff sole, grippy rubber. Any other shoe is a waste of money if you're riding platform pedals. The uppers are super solid as well. I'm tempted to have another pair as backup but I also doubt they'll be wearing out anytime soon.

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5 5

The Fox Racing Flux Bike Helmet has a great shape. Giro helmets don't seem to fit my head very well. It seems like the are too tight in length. However the fox helmet is very comfortable. The padding is in all the right places and it doesn't seem to drip sweat into my eyes as much as other helmets have in the past.

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2 5

The Bell Drop sizing is intended for Charlie Brown or Stewie from the Family Guy. If you're going to get one size down from what you normally get. I wear a large in THE helmets and the large Bell was huge. It was way too wide.

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