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I'm very impressed that a One Size Fits All fits so good and comfortably. I have pretty good size arms and was concerned about ordering arm/elbow guards with out trying them first. They don't slip, they protect my arms and elbows, and are comfortable to wear. Already had one 'plop' on a climb and they took the hit just fine.

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5 5

This shirt has the style I like, and does its job of wicking sweat very well. This shirt is perfect. I hate spending tons of money on jerseys, and prefer a more normal looking jersey. The price is right, especially on sale. The only minor complaint is that it seems to run large; I normally wear XL's, but the XL feels too big in Fox. However, the shirt still looks great and can't be beat.

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4 5

I am leary of ordering 'one size' items but these fit very nicely. I have fairly large arms (c.14" biceps) and these fit comfortably - no pinching or slipping. Though I just recieved them and haven't used them on a ride it seems unlikely that they will slip due to the design of the guards. They also hold the elbow joint in an 'open pack' position to keep it less likely to be injured in a crash. (Open Pack = slightly bent, jointsurfaces fairly fair apart, tendons slack). There is some gapping between the forearm section and the arm, which I'm sure will go away as I sweat them in.
I'm giving them a 4/5 only because I haven't had a chance to ride in them yet.

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4 5

I am leary of ordering 'one size' items but these fit very nicely. I have fairly large arms (c.14" biceps) and these fit comfortably - no pinching or slipping. Though I just recieved them and haven't used them on a ride it seems unlikely that they will slip due to the design of the guards. They also hold the elbow joint in an 'open pack' position to keep it less likely to be injured in a crash. (Open Pack = slightly bent, jointsurfaces fairly fair apart, tendons slack). There is some gapping between the forearm section and the arm, which I'm sure will go away as I sweat them in.
I'm giving them a 4/5 only because I haven't had a chance to ride in them yet.

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