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Lynda

Lynda

Park City, UT

Lynda's Passions

Road Biking
Mountain Biking
Cyclocross

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Lynda

Lyndawrote a review of on February 21, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bib shorts that will open up a world a possibilities. In my experience, the first couple of rides with a new pair of bib shorts usually means that there will be time spent getting acquainted. Not so with the Mondiale, it was love at first voyage. The Progetto X2 Air Donna chamois is amazing on its own, then add to that superior fit, seamless construction plus lie-flat straps, and you're ready to conquer whatever the road throws your way. I'll admit that I was wary about the back clasp, worrying that it might remind me that it was there the whole ride or come apart but this hasn't been the case. It hasn't caused any discomfort or chafing, and is quite convenient when nature calls. If you're ready to take on the world, the Mondiale bib short is the perfect companion.

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Lyndawrote a review of on February 21, 2016

De Marchi = Italian Style & Quality
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you're looking for a women's winter jacket, don't overlook the De Marchi Milano. The attention to detail is as impressive as the warmth it provides. I especially appreciate the front zipper pull which is easily found while wearing gloves and adds unique styling. I've worn the jacket with a short sleeve base layer in 30-40 degrees and have been very comfortable. An extra small might've been a slightly better fit but I haven't found the extra space in the torso to be an issue while riding. Regarding the color: I wouldn't call it purple, its more of a dark red. Merlot might be more accurate.

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Lyndaposted an image about on March 8, 2015

Free Aero Race - dimpled fabric

As the name suggests, the Free Aero Race Shorts are designed to cheat the wind, reducing power output requirements by a claimed 10 watts at 50 kilometers an hour. The secret to these gains lies in how the shorts manage airflow across their multiple boundaries and textures — most obviously via the dimpling across the shorts' outer plane.

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Lyndaposted an image about on March 8, 2015

Free Aero Race - back view

The seat and front of the shorts both feature fabrics designed for durability and cooling breathability, respectively, and the entire body is 30% Lycra for a fit that strikes a balance between compression and unrestrictive movement. Castelli also included highly reflective details on the back of the grippers for extra safety.

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