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This is my second season on these shorts and simply put, they are badass! I have enjoyed them so much that I picked up a fresh pair in another color for this season. At first touch, I was a little concerned that the light fabric and massive mesh vents would not hold up to abrasion for a season worth of riding... I was wrong. From crashes, long days in the saddle, and full days of lift access in the bike park; these shorts are certainly my go-to short. They are highly breathable on the warmer days or the days you want to jump on the XC bike, but still offer enough coverage for your standard trail ride. This season, One Ind. has added a second front pocket that is a nice to keep random small items in and the rear pocket is generous in size while offering a media hole for your head phones. The rear pocket fits a iPhone 5 in a Lifeproof case snugly (although I would not recommend riding with your phone in this pocket as it sits a little low and you will likely sit on it). The chamois is certainly better than most that are included in Mtb shorts; but lets face it... that is about the same as saying " Utah has the best beer on tap". After riding with bib shorts, I pretty much take the removable liner out of every short in favor of my favorite bib shorts, but it is certainly nice to have the option and nice to see a company that is including an option that really isn't too bad.
After riding several items by One Industries, I am stoked on the brand and would highly recommend looking at their entire line up. Doesn't hurt that they are run by a great bunch of individuals that love to get outside and put their products to the test! Do yourself a favor and pick up a pair of these shorts! I am 5' 11" 175lbs with a 33" waist and went with a 34" although I could likely go with a 32" as they have great adjust-ability in the waist and I currently have mine cinched down.

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4 5

I recently received this updated version of the Allston, and am an even bigger fan than I was of the first edition Allston.

The two main updates over the previous version are; revised rear retention system and a fixed position under the ear chin strap.
The previous double Velcro retention system, that I do not feel helped securely snug the rear of the helmet to your head is now a 'BOA' style dial that is fixed to the inner liner and helps snug in the rear of the helmet quite nicely.
The previously adjustable straps under the ear, that I feel are a constant battle to find the right position as well as lay flat on the face; have been replaced with a non adjustable, sewn strap that is very comfortable next to skin and is a vast important in my eyes.

The stand out feature of this helmet above all other previous Bern models would certainly be it's ventilation; with 16 large vents, I have no issues wearing this with or without a cycling cap on warmer days. This is my go-to helmet for commuting around town, running to the store/bar, and any other cycling adventure where I would prefer a more durable helmet over a super lightweight one.

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5 5

Had my Drafter for about 3 seasons now and still looks like new! This pack is the perfect size for everyday trail riding & day hiking.

Typical contents include:
Extra tube/s, pump, first aid, tire levers, plenty of trail treats, head lamp, wind/rain jacket, multi tool, monocular (just in case of awesome wildlife sighting) and still room to spare for sure. 3L bladder is great for the longer rides and the quick disconnect on the hose makes it really easy to remove for fill and drying.

Wasn't too sure if the removable waist belt was going to be useful at first, but use this feature often when not using the pack on the trail. When traveling it is nice not to have the waist belt hanging around and to just get it out of the way.

I have previously been using the Nomad pack by Dakine but felt it was a touch too big for the day to day rides, this pack is certainly a happy medium. Enjoy the ride!

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4 5

Have been using these pads most recently in Moab and have been very impressed so far.
I am a particular fan of how small these pack down to keep in your pack for the descent down, they provide arm warmer type warmth on the colder rides and certainly do not take away from mobility in the arms or elbows.

I must say that I have not crashed hard on these pads and don't feel that they will hold the test of time if you will be on your elbows or in the rocks much.

They are a go-to pad for that piece of mind protection 'just in case' but feel a harder shell pad would be a better option for someone looking to spend a good amount of time shredding the local bike park.

I am 5' 11" 175lbs and the med fit perfect for me.

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