These shoes run a little large - I would recommend going a half size down from your usual shoe size.
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I recently decided to graduate from mountain biking with flat pedals to clipless pedals and spent a lot of time searching for hike-a-bike worthy shoes. I am extremely happy with these Mavic Zoyas. I typically wear a size 7.5 in most shoes but bought these in a 7.0 and I wouldn't be able to wear them any bigger.
They are comfortable and functional. In the summer we tend to ride our bikes to town, events, bars and having these shoes means that I don't have to click clack around when we get off our bikes and walk around these places.
As a newbie to the clipless scene these shoes feel secure and are easy to use.
I would definitely recommend these shoes!
I have a tiny head and tend to have to wear youth sizes in headwear - which in the past has meant big clunky/ugly kids helmets. But the XS/S Trabec helmet is perfect - I even have room to make it smaller if need be. I have a Smith Vantage ski helmet in Small which also lists the size as 51-54cm but I can never get that helmet tight enough or get it to stay tight enough. The Trabec has a lot more adjustability and it stays tight once you find the size you want. The visor is great in the hot Utah sun and the holes keep you nice and cool since this allows for a lot of venting.
I definitely recommend this helmet!
I got this to act as my work/travel laptop bag. It is TSA compliant, so you don't have to worry about pulling your laptop out to put through the scanners. The carbon twill color looks ultra classy, but the bag appears to be bombproof (my other messenger is also a Timbuk2, and it is almost 10 years old and in GREAT condition still). There is an absurd amount of pockets on this thing, to the point of being overkill. I'd almost need a crib sheet to remember where I put my stuff. I wouldn't put a full-sized desktop replacement laptop in here, but an ultrabook like a MB Air or a Lenovo X1 fits really well.
These socks are great for just about everything. My husband wore them with dress shoes one day, ran in them at lunch, and lounged in them all evening. Repeat the next day. They are just the right height. The only concern is the durability - after a few wearings there are pills forming on the heel. No holes yet, but it is something to keep an eye on (first reviewer has them unscatched after several months of use, so there is that). They seem to run a bit small, husband wears a size 10.5, and is comfortable in the small (he got the medium in the Merino Tec Ski Sock, and wanted them to be a bit snugger after a few wearings).