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These tubes have taken a beating thru the rocks and then some. Glad I went with them!
I've taken these out in 50 degree temps they work great! These are the only arm warmers I've owned with thumb holes and I am sold on the idea. The extra material helps keep my hands super toasty. They're a little bit thinner than my Defeets, so probably won't take them out on the frigid days.
I've only worn this shirt by itself on warmer days(80 degrees) while biking in the mountains, and it felt great! I'm stoked to try it as a base layer in colder conditions. This fit is slim as they say. I'm 5'7", 130lbs. and the small fits like a glove.
...get those wheels a rollin! I ride on dry hardpack to loose dirt conditions, and that's what these tires are made for! The grip is great on the switchbacks and I am able to keep my speed effortlessly on the XC sections thanks to the low rolling resistance(I got the 70a). The sidewalls feel a little thin, but haven't had any issues. Not made for mud, but kick a$$ in dry conditions!
Clif bar markets these to women mainly because of the boost in folate and calcium, which I've heard women need more of, and they are about 70 calories less than the OG Clif bar. But don't let this fool you. They are a super nutritious snack for everyone and taste great! The OG Clif can feel kinda heavy when I'm just sitting around and want something to munch, but the Luna bar digests really easy. I like to eat one about an or so before I leave work to go for a run.
These are pretty tuff tires. I had some specialized tires on my bike for a while and was getting flats left and right. The Continental Ultra can take a lot of abuse from holes and rocks, plus they can hold corners super nice!