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2 5

I ordered these the week they came out through the Vans website, I was so psyched... I have had lot of all mountain shoes over the years. My favorites were the Oakleys from 6-7 years ago. It's a bummer they stopped making these SPD shoes. Vans always makes good shoes and these are quite well made. However, should you use these for anything other than going downhill, you will feel how bad they are... First off, in all the shoes I own, these have the most off-center cleat position. The cleat is literally under your big toe and most of the shoe fall outward off the pedal. So any power transfer going uphill feels awful and power gets wasted. The other thing is this shoe is like a skate shoe on steroids. It's stiff (which is good) but it's so bulky and so darn heavy, even my FiveTen Minnaar feel lighter!! And that's saying something because those are freaking heavy too. So I know some riders like these, but for foot position and weight penalty, I cannot recommend them. And oh yeah, Oakley please, bring back some biking shoes...!! Yours were the best. I can't stand to ride Shimanos anymore... ; (


I used to have a Fox Flux when they first came out and i remember that problem with some sunglasses.
But I've had this helmet for over a year and I love it.
I never had any problems with my Oakley sunglasses (Path and now the new more substantial Eye Jackets or something)
Coming from a Giro Xen the only thing to get used to was the less engineered fit. But because there is no tightening mechanism there is nothing to get in the way of my sunglasses. After choosing the right foam pads and cutting down the extra chin strap length this lid has been absolutely top all season, even in the summer heat. The forehead pad makes me choose this lid even when it's super hot because it keeps sweat out of your eyes and glasses much better than anything else...
I'd buy another one today if I needed one. I'm looking at their new light full face for freeriding.

5 5

They fit right, look good, are well made, have nice adjustable velcro straps so you don't end up looking like an idiotic rapper with his shorts across his butt cheeks. Double snaps keep things secure.
Great pockets that zip closed. Important if you carry an iPod. The pocket liners are even reinforced so you don't lose your car keys like my friend did on the trail with his old shorts.
Crashed and slid on my side on rocks and cut a little hole in the fabric but overall a great choice.