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Adam G.

Adam G.

Michigan

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Adam G.

Adam G.wrote a review of on March 30, 2016

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Good. Form fitting, great wind blocking with good breathability. Good for 20-40f for me. Not as pricey as Assos

The Bad. The Stitching, I have owned several Gore bike wear products and all seem to have Stitching issues this my 2nd pair of these CC warrantied the 1st pair and now this one is coming unstitched near the waist. Also the chamois is place too far back for my liking and makes it easy for your junk to be above the chamois. Not near as comfortable as my Assos but as I stated about 1/2 the price.

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Adam G.wrote a review of on February 24, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've used these knee waremers several times underneath several differnt shorts and bibs and they always stay put. They are very long and stretchy and have less of an elastic band than most. The material is a lost softer than most standard lycra versions. They are already pre-shaped to the way a knee bends which seems to help them say in place.

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Adam G.

Adam G.wrote a review of on October 24, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This knickers are extremely comfortable and fit like a glove with all the panels. The chamois is perfect and the stay in place with no movement. The fabric they use is very soft and compressive but also stretchy. They are not windproof (don't claim to be) so if you run really cold or are doing low effort workout might be too cold below 45. The only con is the high price but no other knickers including capo and rapha come close. I finally decided to quit wasting money on any other bottoms and only buy assos, they are an investment in your most important assets your body and health; or at least that that's what I tell my wife.

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Adam G.

Adam G.wrote a review of on June 9, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Picked up this jersey because I wanted a bright lightweight long sleeve jersey to wear in the spring and fall with a lightweight vest and it is perfect for that. As far as warmth it only has mild insulation and is not wind resistant at all (didn't claim to be) and the jersey as a whole is very stretchy and the outer material is slick and stain resistant. The fit is on the large side and the torso and arms very long; I'm 6'2 195 with extremly long torso and arms and it's still a little long in the torso for me. I think one of best features is how tight the elastic is in the waist you can carry 2 full water bottles in the jersey pockets and the jersey will stay in place. I liked it so much I just ordered the short sleeve model but have yet to receive it.

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Adam G.

Adam G.wrote a review of on June 9, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had these Knickers for 3+ years and probably 2500 miles and except for a little wear spots from the saddle they still look great. They really form to the contours of your body and I like them a lot better than the equivalent from Rapha. I think the best feature is the wide range of temperature that these work in; really warmth wise they are right between normal bibs and knickers. When I first got them I wonder how much I would use them now I wonder what I wore before; they are worth the investment.

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Adam G.

Adam G.wrote a review of on December 26, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have tried every other brand and style of high end bib short and these are the best by a long shot. I have 4 pairs and have owned them for 3-4 years each and have put a couple thousand miles on each with only minor wear visable. The chamios is huge and covers any areas that might be prone to friction burns with other brands. The fabric really compresses nicely and hasn't lost any compression over time. This is also the only bib short I've ever owned that hasn't had an issue with stitching after a lot of wear and washing. I really hope that the new S7 models are made with the same quality. The only real drawback is the price; I think they are more expensive than my first bike.

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