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sdl4034119wrote a review of on November 1, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This jersey is the dope, literally. Just like Lance, this jersey comes pre-loaded with EPO, steroids, and testosterone! You can easily out climb your friends while wearing this jersey. Plus, it comes with a legal retainer to smash anyone who questions your cycling ability.

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sdl4034119wrote a review of on March 29, 2012

4 5

Pretty much the same review as I wrote for the verona knee warmers. They are of good quality, but have nice fleecy, white lining on the inside. So when you put them on and they stretch, they appear gray (with perhaps a bluish tint). The white fleecy lining shows through when worn, but if they are on the shelf they are indeed black.

Just so you know in advance.

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sdl4034119wrote a review of on March 29, 2012

4 5

Okay, I have the Verona Arm, Knee, and Leg Warmers. They all do a nice job and seem to be of good construction. I've been using all of them for a few months now, and haven't had any issues with seams popping or coming undone (a chronic issue in some warmers). They also stay up nicely, and don't ride down once you get them situated.

Here's the weird part about them. They aren't black- except when you aren't actually wearing them. They have a nice fleecy liner on the inside- which is white. So when you put them on and they stretch out, the white shows through a bit (combine white and black, and you get gray, with almost a bluish hue).

So they are good quality GRAY warmers.

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sdl4034119wrote a review of on December 23, 2011

4 5

Anyone buying a 159gram saddle is concerned about weight over comfort. It was a good price on BT, so I picked one up for the road bike. Weight was spot on on my postage scale.

Just be warned, this thing is minimalist- As in VERY stiff with little padding. My butt is still deciding whether to keep it in service, as I only have about 12 hours on it so far (on the mountain bike). I've had a few minimalist saddles in the past that were sub-200 grams, but none as stiff as this one. It replaced a cushy WTB saddle that weighed in at 310 grams- so saving 150 grams (5+ ounces) is cool. When I put the Cutter saddle on, I had to raise my seat about 1/2" (that's how little padding it has).

Bottom line, if weight weeniness is a priority, check it out. Also worth a look if you have previous experience with minimalist saddles. If you want comfort and squish, avoid this one.

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