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4 5

I got the blue (a little flashy but fun) in a size large since I wanted a loose fit. I am 145#, 5'5" with a bit of extra booty. I can fit hip pads under these but so far haven't actually ridden with any. they are pretty heavy material but this is necessary and the mesh liner keeps air venting through. big leg pocket is rad for holding all sorts of stuff. they come down to hit at the bottom of my knee cap...no dorky riding up on top of knee pads. the adjustable waist tabs are key for my small waist. The fabric is well sewn though i did blow out one of the tabs and also a snap after 6 days of wear so I am going to exchange for another pair.

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4 5

first ride left me wanting my 5.10 karvers back. however i got them for when those are wet...which, heavy mofos, they can stay wet for days even when i take out the insole. The links are more comfortable than 5.10s, imo, and the profile is a little narrower, which is great for my woman foot (not especially narrow). unlike 5.10's i have not yet needed to use aftermarket insoles (yes I hike/push my bike a lot). I am a women's 7.5/8 and got the 6.0 in these. they're perfect. the 5.5 was too short. they also dry more quickly and are a bit more breatheable. the 5.10 sticky rubber is still better, especially with my twenty6 pedals, however. Not sure how these compare to other skate shoe types (van's i.e.) since I don't have any.

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4 5

I ordered a 39 and normally wear a 7.5/8 in women's shoes. The stiffness is awesome. I don't have a super skinny foot but these shoes were wide and high volume-- I can only get a good fit by cranking down on the laces, and with them that tight, the hooked velcro on the flap doesn't make contact with the velcro loop strip. If I just casually throw these on, my heel slips when walking/pushing up section of trail Plus these shoes are hot! and I live in the Montana rockies. I may put some superfeet insoles in these to try and take up some space, but may also return and try for the Mavic alpine or alpine xl... or five ten hellcats.

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4 5

These shorts are a great length - they don't come below the knee and make you look stumpy, but aren't too short that they will ride up and bunch awkwardly over your knee pads. The material is pretty stretchy and slimming, considering, and should be comfortable though not durable enough for FR/DH. Adjustable tabs on the waist are nice (kind of a requirement for me). I am 5'5", 140#, small waist, large rear and the size large fit well (I like mine a little bit loose) except that the seat of the shorts was snug enough to show a little bit of pulling giving me a slight diaper look. I tried on the large in the bright blue color (may not be avail on HnR) but this slight bunching would probably be unnoticeable in a dark color. However, I bet if I took out their chamois and put one of my smaller ones from home, the diaper look would decrease or disappear. These will probably look hot on most gals. good material and nice pockets.

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4 5

I bought the purpurella short and love it; however, when I crashed, I ripped the seat (actually the mesh panel right below the waist) and the left pocket. Therefore I ordered this style, which is a thick & burly fabric and feels awesome for rough riding. however it does not fit at all like the purpurella on my curvy bod. These are too snug in the seat/thigh and too large in the waist. bummer. If I had a smaller butt, these would rock. Btw, i ordered a medium, which was the right size generally, and am ~140lbs and 5'5", size 6-8 pants

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5 5

Got this in a Medium, I am 5'5" and 140, usually wear a size small up top. This jersey does not fit over my large-ish elbow/forearm guards. But it is a good fit other than that and matched my blue POC fullface, which is sweet. It did get a little stinky on a short ride last night but I think it was because I was overdue for a shower and was sweating beer.

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5 5

I often wear an 8 and a 7.5 in all shoes. I originally bought a size 8 from my LBS bc they didn't have a 7.5. Ended up in the 7.5 from HnR because I needed them asap. These are a nice improvement from my approach shoes that i had been using. Stickier and stiffer for sure- could probably put insoles in them but I haven't yet. I don't typically bust my ankles up but when I get a little more gnarly it will help. I also upgraded to some kona pedals at this time, which helped. I will probably never use clipless again.
UPDATE: september 12: I did put clipless back on for two casual 'races' but then the platforms went back on. Rode 20 singletrack miles, with 5000' of climbing and still did not miss my SPDs. but, maybe i was never very good with that set up anyway

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5 5

I got the patterned one, size medium. I am 140 and 5'5", bigger butt. The chamois is very nice, thin, light, but with good protection. Its a bit meshy so you can see through it just a tiny bit. I would probaby wear it solo, however I am not too picky. It snaps into the skirt easily.
The skirt itself is two pieces- one back flap that wraps around to the front, and a front panel that is about the width of the hips. So, when you pedal there are splits just over your thighs. It doesn't always look like a skirt because of this (i.e. windy) It is pretty short too (compared to what I normally wear i guess..shorts just barely above the knee). Nice material. Washes well.

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