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4 5

It's not too hot when shuttling, stays in place when riding, and its easy to take off/put on. Plan on getting a neck brace ... hopping the removable plates help with a seamless integration.

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4 5

A lack of elasticity or waist adjustment requires the use of a belt, not exactly awesome when riding with a pack. And the pockets are ridiculously tight against the legs, making getting anything in or out of them a pain.

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4 5

and they're maintaining, but I don't expect them to be my primary shoes for much longer. The insanely long Sidi spikes ripped out of the soles and ruined the threads. Now the toe-box leather, like other people are experiencing, is wearing.

But, after three years of use it's not the end of the world, I'd probably destroyed 3 pairs of $100 kicks by now anyway. Biggest pet pev is the buckle always packs with trail-side vegetation and jams up. You can never get the buckle to release post ride without fussing with it.

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4 5

This is the stiffest 29er fork I've ridden. Almost no deflection under hard braking. The front end feels solid and encourages aggressive riding. The seals are good so far, it'll be interesting to see how long these 'new seals' last. It's about time somebody made a real 29er fork.

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