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5 5

The DMT Prisma SpeedPlays are the first "high end" shoes I've had after wearing Specialized road shoes for the past 5 years. Up until last year I used Look Keos and bought SpeedPlays early last season. The DMTs are much more stiff and feel more secure on the pedals. After 2 rides with the DMTs, I wore the Specialized because of bad weather, and the Specialized with the adapter plates felt loose compared to the DMTs, although the direct connection cleats on the DMTs released just as easlily as the Specialized. Fit my foot well, size is same as Specialized.


4 5

This review is for the cheaper Peloton tights, but the description sounds similar, although the Peloton fabric may not have the thermal properties of the Pursuit. I've worn the tights on two 20 mile rides in high 40 - low 50 degree windy weather. Kept very warm. I think they would be OK down into the 30's. The front chest panel and zipper makes pit stops easy. Size runs small. I'm 5'8" with 36 38 waist, 180 lbs, most pants/jeans are 36, one 35 jean. Summer bibs are either medium or large. I did the on-line chat with customer service and he suggested 2XL which fits up to 6'4". I decided to stick with XL and on bike they're perfect, but standing the bib straps have a tendency to slide off my shoulders. Pad is great. Outer leg seam is flat but inner leg seam is not. It is not noticeable riding, but when removed, leaves a noticeable line imprint on my inner legs and thighs. Compression is good. I would recommend any Capo product. Got the Peloton tights on Real Cyclist for $76, bargain. Would get 5 stars if all seams were flat