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5 5

These are great casual shorts, Everyday, hiking, whatever. I love the stretch and look like a normal pair of shorts. Pockets are a little small but its all good.

I'm 6' 175, 34" waist and L fits me perfect.

And at $40 how do you go wrong!

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5 5

I am not a triathlete by any means. I do however Ski, Bike and Hike alot. These are my go to "underwear" whenever I'm hiking, spring skiing, or just using them for muscle recovery from bike rides.

I have a couple of sets of compression shorts, and these are by far the most comfortable. I'm 6' 175lbs 34" waist and the Large fits me perfect. The crotch has a fleece chamois that is very comfortable to wear. I've worn these multiple days at work and they do no irritation to me.

I wish I had two sets, but at almost $90 a pop thats a little steep.

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5 5

I'm 6' 175 and 34 waist, I have the Larges and they fit perfect. I tried on a set of M and they fit tight, but the crotch would fall down.

I use these every day for commuting on my bike in the cold weather, I'll wear just these in temps down to 35 degrees then I'll need to put on a softshell pant over it. I also used these multiple times skiing which works great as an underlayer, they are just as warm as my HH warm unders but offer much better support and recovery.

I also have the CW-X "Pro Tight" and these actually block the wind and are way better for cold weather. I'l l wear these between 50F and below, and the pro tight above 50.

They are made pretty burly, like the guy below said, they are built to last, and at $125 they are worth every penny.

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5 5

I'm 6' 175lbs and 34" waist, I had to return the M for the L cause the crotch kept falling down on me.

They offer awesome support, I also have the "insulator" version of these which I use below temps of 50F, I'll use these for anything above 50 degrees as they do not block the wind as good.

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5 5

This is my go-to top for anything below 60F biking, and also use it for my ONLY underlayer while skiing and touring, really only time I need something else on is when its below 30F.

I'm 6' 175lbs 34" waist 39" chest and M fits me perfect. The recovery is great, the wicking is decent for how much warmth it has.

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2 5

Like David said, these are crazy warm, only reason for 4 stars is they do not wick at all, so i have to use a boot dryer to dry them out every day otherwise they are still wet from the day before from sweat.

Update: I really cant stand these gloves anymore, the liners pull out of them every time I take them off, I just switched to a set of Stoic Paragon gloves that work much better. and at $80 im not too stoked about this :/

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5 5

I got my first pair about 2 months ago, prolly put 250 miles on them. WAY better than my Pearl Izumi Quest shorts that I started with. These were so good I bought another pair. They are comfortable, Dont move, and feel like you are wearing nothing when you ride.

Sure the letters peel off, but seriously, who cares about the letters?!? For the $55 I got both pairs for, I am willing to bet there is nothing else on the market at that price that will beat it.

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5 5

This is the most handy accessory yet, I absolutely love the fact I can check out the vids and recap what I've done without going back to the computer.

Just a heads up on the chest harness, It's not really a big deal but with the bacpac on you cannot fold the camera flat against the chest because it runs into the mount. This can be solved by adding a couple of "arm" mounts to the go pro or just dealing with the camera being faced down about 10-15 degrees.

Buy one now.

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