Powder Outlaw

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Powder Outlawwrote a review of on June 1, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Just upgraded to the HD3 last season from my old 26'er. This bike is amazing. The ergonomics and construction of the bike is second to none. Its incredible where bikes are going these days with composites. The D-link really adds some travel and smoothness to the overall ride of this bike. It climbs like a freaking champ (light and nimble) and descends like a moto destroying all in its way. With 6 and 6 it really just rolls over most anything. The rigidity of the composite frame is truly impressive as I was a skeptic at first. Not sure it is a necessity but the Ibis carbon wheels, even w/ the large price, really do show a difference in the roll of the bike, cornering, and handling. And by comparison to others on the market same quality, I think, with a smaller price tag by comparison. I really can't say enough about this new bike. It is a major upgrade compared to my old and the fit and finish of all ibis components are incredible. It is literally a custom bike from the factory. Hats off to Ibis for being a true innovator in the industry. Can't stay off the thing.

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Powder Outlawwrote a review of on April 4, 2016

4 5

I myself have had several pairs of Wildcats and love them. Just got a pair for my wife and she has nothing but great things to say. The shoes are really light and breath phenomenally well. Traction is best in class. This may be her fist pair but it won't be her last. She is a 6 and the 37 fits great. Only taking away one star due to durability. They seem to burn out pretty quick but then again weight and breath ability come at a price.

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Powder Outlawwrote a review of on April 4, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Got these for my boy for his new mountain bike. Great quality glove and a great price. The finger pull loops are a nice addition to aid in him taking them off w/ no issues. Great padding for protection when he hits the dirt as well. Great glove!

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Powder Outlawwrote a review of on September 15, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It fits snug, which I like to an extent. I like the full zip to stay cool on the climbs and the pockets in the back are nice even though I don't use much. The fabric is light and meshy so it stays nice and dry and breaths really well. I wear a large and bought a large. I'm happy. Would buy again.

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Powder Outlawwrote a review of on September 15, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've rocked WTB saddles for quite some time and have always been happy w/ how they treat the Boyz! This one is to replace the crapper that came w/ my bike build. It is lite weight and steamline and appears to be quite durable. I'm sure I will be happy w/ it like all the ones in the past. WTB makes good saddles. Sure you can go blow another $100-150 to save 20 grams but? I't has a variety of sizes, good padding in the right places, and keeps the blood flowing for hours of riding. Me likey!

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Powder Outlawwrote a review of on September 15, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Continental is a respectable name in biking/ rubber in general. I roll tubless........so these or for when you know what hits the fan! Always have to have a back up. Bikes are meant for riding.....not walking and carrying. Get'ya one!

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review flagged as Not for this product!! And it's coming from an employee that should know better!. Click here to view.

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Powder Outlawwrote a review of on September 15, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is my first pair of Bushido's and they are quite a bit narrower than my other La Sportiva shoes.....mainly Wildcats. People say the run small but that is not true, for me, they run narrow. I am a 42 in all their shoes and got a 42 in these. The 42.5 was just too long and felt there would be to much room in the toe and could bind. Love La Sportiva and these should prove to be the same. Think they will take a bit of break in as they are a stiff shoe.

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