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Will S.

Will S.

Will S.

Will S.wrote a review of on August 7, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I just bought my 3rd Selle SMP Evolution saddle, and I am definitely a big fan. The design relieves pressure, but I still find it to be comfortable in a wide variety of positions. In particularly excels as you rotate your hips forward into more of a TT position. No more numbness.

The construction quality is also very good. I still ride one that has been everywhere with me since 2008.

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Will S.

Will S.wrote a review of on August 7, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a very solid GPS for biking. I appreciate the highly customizable screens, and it has worked like a charm for me so far. The real time speed is very accurate and distances have measured consistently across my rides. I also love the ability to sync to my iphone via bluetooth, so I never have to worry about doing any sort of manual uploads.

My main complaint is that the interface is not as slick as the iphone. But that's a pretty high bar to judge against.

Overall, it does it's job VERY well. Definitely would recommend it. Though I haven't yet tried the new 520 ...

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Will S.

Will S.wrote a review of on August 26, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm definitely a fan of these shorts. They're average length (not SUPER short) which gives good sun protection. The built-in briefs are also very supportive, which can be good or bad, depending on your preferences (I like it). I've bought 3 pairs now. They also have a good sized pocket which can fit 3-4 gels, a cliff bar or even an iPhone (but the phone is a little heavy for them).

They've also held up well over the last year of use. So good on durability

Al in all, good shorts!

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Will S.

Will S.wrote a review of on April 19, 2012

5 5

I love these shoes. I’ve been wearing them nonstop for the last 8 months, for everything from going to the grocery store to 10 mile trail runs. Given how much I wear them, they have held together really well (just now seeing a couple of small holes in the mesh and recently tore the right heel loop).

I would consider these a minimalist shoe, but the sole is too stiff for them to be truly “barefoot” (compared to e.g., Vibram 5 Fingers, but the sole does soften with time). The plus side of that is that they are MUCH nicer to wear on rocky trails. And they look normal enough that I can wear them to work.

On grass or sidewalk I usually run barefoot or with Vibrams. The Trail Glove's my favorite for everything else - winter or rocky runs, at work, playing soccer, etc.

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