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Michael T Thayer

Michael T Thayer

Michael T Thayer

Michael T Thayerwrote a review of on June 19, 2012

1 5

I don't exactly have chicken arms, but these won't stay in place once they get sweaty. They don't have a lower strap, and the upper strap is too long (can't get it tight enough and still velco. They're going into the back of the closet, and I'm buying some Fox ones. And they're expensive too

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Michael T Thayer

Michael T Thayerwrote a review of on May 3, 2010

5 5

I can't say enough about this pack -- 10x better than my old Camelback MULE. The rigid reservoir is perfect, no more uncomfortable bubble on your lower back. There is enough room in the pack for some food, spare tube, pump, multi tool, tire levers and car keys. Sweet separate pocket for phone / music player. The magnetic bite valve attachment takes some getting used to, but once you figure it out you'll wonder how you lived without it. I found the hip belt to be too long, but was pretty easy to modify. The 2 liter capacity is great for shorter rides, but for all day epics I'd suggest moving up to a 3-liter version.

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Michael T Thayer

Michael T Thayerwrote a review of on May 3, 2010

5 5

Installed two of the racks on a 2010 4Runner Trail in about 20 minutes. The bikes were held securely in the rack, no issues driving 75mph on the highway. I moved the front bar of my cargo rack all the way forward, and can open the back of the SUV without the rear door hitting the tires of the bikes (had a Yeti 575 and a Specialized hardtail on it). This is an easy solution for people who want to use factory-installed roof racks. Don't forget to buy the SKS lock cores.

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Michael T Thayer

Michael T Thayerwrote a review of on June 8, 2009

4 5

Great lenses, look cool, good coverage. I'm only giving them 4 stars because I found the fit on the bridge of the nose to be slightly tight (an issue I haven't had with any other sunglasses). They got a bit uncomfortable after wearing them on a boat for 5 hours. But for running/hiking/biking, these can't be beat -- stay in place perfectly.

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