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5 5

My hands will sweat in these in temperatures above 35 F and I'm fairly comfortable in them down to 25 F (humidity dependent). My son is begging me to get him a pair for Christmas as the other pairs of gloves I've used in the past are now his... they aren't good enough for extreme cold temperatures.

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5 5

Actually I really like these, black cherry and margarita are my favorite flavors. I've tried all accept for orange and cran-razz, and I can't say that there's one flavor that I didn't like. Gel goes down easier as you don't have to chew, but you don't have to force these down. The energy boost is quite noticable, especially when you're about to bonk. Besides using these when training for cycling, I take a few on long car trips when I'm traveling on a business trip, much better than caffine tabs and beats munching on candy or a caffinated drink any day.

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5 5

The green bottle looks really kewl. Other than that, pretty much the same bottle as my Specialized 20oz bottles, but my little one is more partial to the kewl green color, and now I can tell his bottles apart from mine and not get slobber in my mouth. O_o

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5 5

My son... he's 11... has 2, loves them, they wick, keep him cool, are tight enough, but not overly so and the yellow & red are quite bright, so he's seen flying down the our local cycling loops. The size 12 fits him, should last for a year to two then he'll probably be into adult small. It's probably a good idea to size up in these, they're tight.

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5 5

I'm partial to Castelli, because I'm 6' and 140lbs, so their smalls actually fit me and don't hang off like many US company's jersey's and layers do. The sleeveless does the trick in cool weather where a long sleeve under layer will cause your arms to burn up with a long sleeve outer layer on. I use these for cycling, but use them for a layer when hiking as well. Quite versitile.

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5 5

To be honest, I love all the Castelli free tights, yes you need to up your size a bit... but maybe because I'm of European decent , I have no problem with their sizing. I'm 6', 145 lbs and wear these in a medium. I actually lost 20 lbs, and I was wearing a medium when I was 165 lbs without an issue, just they were a bit tight on the legs... but what a great motivator to shed the excess weight . I wear domestic sizes in a small. But why do I love European sizes the most? Because they seem to be the only ones that make Jerseys to fit my 34" chest.

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