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I bought one pair, tried them on and bought two more. I haven't ridden in a pair of shorts that wasn't the Yeti Cycles Norrie all summer and I don't intend to change that any time soon. The fit is spot on; they have ample room in the booty/quads for ladies who actually have some muscle, are comfortable around the waist with an easy tab adjustment and they are flattering. Bravo Yeti!
The SuperJoe 2 has been go to additional bike rack when I'm traveling with lots of bikes or moving. It's incredibly easy to adjust the straps to fit to the back of your car and keeps your bikes for a safe and comfy ride wherever you may need them to go.
The first time I used the rack it took me about 10 minutes to get the straps adequately adjusted to me Subaru, and after that, it just gets easier to take the rack on and off. The only bummer is that opening the hatch is pretty impossible with the rack on, but I also can travel with 4 bikes and 4 friends, which definitely outweighs the negatives!
I have used this box in snow, rain, and wind. I've loaded it up until I thought I wouldn't be able to close it and it has never let me me down. It fits easily to round, flat, and factory bars, which has allowed me to keep it after I switched to a smaller vehicle. It not only keeps my snowy gear out of my car all winter long, but is also great storage for extra I need to stay dry during a summer rain storm.
I just bought this rack after much debate about whether I was tall enough to put my bike on top of my Subaru and I'm psyched I did! The install was incredibly easy and simple. The directions were easy to use and intuitive, and getting my bike up there is a piece of cake too. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a user friendly rack that can carry multiple wheel sizes!
I bought this shorts after a friend recommended them and they are incredibly comfy! I've been a spandex fan for awhile, primarily because most the women's baggies were either stupidly tight on my thighs (what, you think girls who mtb don't have quads?) or are so ridiculously huge they aren't even flattering. I found these shorts to be a great combination; they're soft, stretchy and comfy while still looking as attractive as a chamois will allow. Yeti for the win!
I've been running and crossfitting in this shoe and have loved wearing them! They are comfy, lightweight, and give my feet adequate support for a minimalist shoe. I would, however, disagree with the previous commenter about size; I ordered my normal shoe size (7.5) and will be ordering a size 7 next time! My only problem with the shoe is it's durability, the rubber that curls around the toe box of the shoe started to pull away after only wearing the shoes around 3 times.