I would describe this as a walkable road bike shoe. They are thin, but they have enough clearance where it doesn't always click. It will click though, so it's not completely gone. I think it's a great compromise between a road bike shoe and a mountain bike shoe w/o the bulk. Would buy again once it wears out.
Used to have the old one where you have to use zip ties to hold the cadence sensor and mount the magnet. Pretty lame and not very portable. This one is way easier. Cadence sensor was easy to mount and sync. The only problem I had was that the speed sensor had some issues getting detected. Some advice: if the speed sensor doesn't sync, take out the battery and wipe the little oil off. Mount battery cage back on and smack it against the back of the pawn until you see the light on top blink. I bought another pair for my other bike due to me being lazy.
I got the red pair as a gift with my ZeroRH purchase. Tried it on for the first time this weekend, and it was extremely comfy. I love how it has the holes on certain parts of the sock to let your foot much needed room to breathe when riding on a hot day. I normally wear ankle socks from your local Target, but these socks might make me think otherwise because they are THAT comfortable!
nice fitting bib. Im 5'8" 155 lbs size 32 waist and I got the large. The chamois is comfy, and I much prefer it over my former Pearl Izumi Pro bib. If i had one gripe, it's that the stitching on the strap is a little weird. It makes the strap much thicker at connection points. Other than that, I'm pleased with this bib
I got the blue one. The material is very comfortable. Before this, I wore a Sugoi RH s/s jersey, and I much prefer wearing this over that. I'm 5'8" 155 lbs and normally I get mediums in jerseys. But to be safe (especially since this is euro brand) I sized up to a large, and it's snug. The medium definitely would have been way too tight.