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Bill S.

Bill S.

Salt Lake City, UT

Bill S.'s Passions

Road Biking
Cyclocross
Mountain Biking
Snow Skiing

Bill S.'s Bio

Skinny little boy from Cleveland Ohio. I once took a trip out west 12 years ago because I was sick of the bone chilling winters working as an electrician outside. I kinda got lost, ended up in Park City and before I knew it I was hanging off of ski towers working as a ski lift mechanic, I sure loved the ski life. Albeit, it only took 2 winters to realize I had no desire to run up and down ski towers the rest of my life. So, off to the magical place called University. Went to the University of Utah and snagged a degree in marketing. After graduation, moved back to Ohio to be by family, and work in the insurance industry. My stint in Ohio didn’t last long, it was Ohio after all (still love you C-land). Thus, I packed up the family, consisting of my very German wife and daughter and headed back to the promise land, SLC. Worked for a few bike shops and became to love the people and the culture in the industry. Just recently finished an MBA in Technology Management - I have a slight passion about consumer behavior and marketing. I’m a pretty passionate guy, love the outdoors - ultra runner, backpacker (pre-kid), coffee, and avid cyclist. That’s me in a nutshell.

2016 Race Schedule: Wasatch Steeplechase, Jupiter Steeplechase, SpeedGoat 50K, North Face Endurance Challenge 50K Park City, North Face Endurance Challenge 50K San Francisco, Crusher in the Tushar,

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/william.sherman.9
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/william-sherman-mba-tm-a8ba7a16
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepeak78/

Height: 5’ 9”
Weight: 140
Running Shoes: 42.5, Trail: E:Motion Trail N2 v2, Salomon S-Lab Pro Sense 4 Ultra; Road: E:Motion Road N2 v2, E:Motion Road N3 v2
Bike Shoes: Dirt: Shimano SH-XC90, Giro Code VR-70; Road: Giro Empire, Factor & E70, S-Works.

Bike: Custom Carbon, Dura-Ace, Mavic Ksyrium SLR, Speedplay Zero, Continental 4000’s, Lizard Skin, Sella Italia SLR.

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Bill S.wrote a review of on May 15, 2017

5 5

Adidas Supernova (9) This is the shoe we all look for. If you are a runner you fully understand what I’m talking about here. I had the Nova 8, and so far I'm loving the 9 as well. We all seek ”that” shoe that will contribute to the pleasures of running, and not just another pair of shoes that will enable you to run. Yes, this shoe enables you to run, but dang it is the most comfortable shoe I’ve had to date. I put in over 50 miles a week on the road…which is difficult on it’s own, since it is road running after all …not trail. But these shoes have really changed my outlook on the road. Quality: I have probably 150 miles on these so far and no major sign of wear and tear. I was worried about the Continental sole, since I had heard it wears fast, I have not experienced this. It’s funny that I talked trash on these shoes before trying them, saying the Boost was a scam. Trust me, it is no scam. Score 5/5 Comfort: There is a reason why this shoe has numerous awards. Fit is snug, not as snug as a Salomon Sense Pro. That said, it is not tight in anyway, so wider feet peeps I would not worry too much, the mesh upper I think will adapt nicely. The toe box is no Altra, so if you are looking the spread the toes this is not the shoe. Good ventilation so far, but haven’t had them in temp’s over 90 yet…and not looking forward to that anyways… Weighing in at 10.7 ounces (size 9) I really wish they were a bit lighter, but for an everyday runner it’s within range of competitors. Also, I would rather have a great shoe that weights 10.7 than a bad shoe that weights 9. Score 5/5 Price: At $130 Retail - this is a great price for the Boost line. Anything above this is my tipping point though. 5/5 Looks: Adidas always keeps it so fresh and so clean. Score 5/5 Overall: 20/20

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Bill S.wrote a review of on April 20, 2017

Yes Indeed
5 5

I really would love to have 3 or 4 mountain bikes, but it just isn't in the cards. If you are looking for a bike that is one of the most versatile bikes on the market, here it is.
You don't have to sacrifice uphill climbing ability for downhill performance with the technology today. The LS (longer and slacker) is more than capable of climbing like a XC bike and descending like a playful trail bike, especially if you put a 140mm up front. The 67.5 head tube angle certainly helps push and plow the downhill and will push your confidence to the limit and beyond;) This has been one of my favorite trail bikes that I have ridden the last couple of years. I pieced mine together:

Rock Shox Pike 140mm up front.
50mm stem with 780mm wide bars -
Carbon rims laced to Hope hubs -
SRAM X01/XX1 mix on the drive train
Race Face Turbine crank (30T chainring) - a little heavy but strong.
Shimano XT m8000 brakes - can't go wrong.
150mm dropper post
WTB saddle

If you are looking to build something or have any questions at all on this build please reach out to me directly.
Saddle Height: 71.5
Size: Large, could ride a Medium no problem

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager
801.204.4545
bsherman@competitivecyclist.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on April 20, 2017

Let the Eagle Fly
5 5

I really would love to have 3 or 4 mountain bikes, but it just isn't in the cards. If you are looking for a bike that is one of the most versatile bikes on the market, here it is.
You don't have to sacrifice uphill climbing ability for downhill performance with the technology today. The LS (longer and slacker) is more than capable of climbing like a XC bike and descending like a playful trail bike, especially if you put a 140mm up front. The 67.5 head tube angle certainly helps push and plow the downhill and will push your confidence to the limit and beyond;) This has been one of my favorite trail bikes that I have ridden the last couple of years. This build is amazing, but I pieced mine together:

Rock Shox Pike 140mm up front.
50mm stem with 780mm wide bars -
Carbon rims laced to Hope hubs -
SRAM X01/XX1 mix on the drive train
Race Face Turbine crank (30T chainring) - a little heavy but strong.
Shimano XT m8000 brakes - can't go wrong.
150mm dropper post
WTB saddle

If you are looking to build something or have any questions at all on this build please reach out to me directly.
Saddle Height: 71.5
Size: Large, could ride a Medium no problem

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager
801.204.4545
bsherman@competitivecyclist.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on April 20, 2017

Ripper
5 5

I really would love to have 3 or 4 mountain bikes, but it just isn't in the cards. If you are looking for a bike that is one of the most versatile bikes on the market, here it is.
You don't have to sacrifice uphill climbing ability for downhill performance with the technology today. The LS (longer and slacker) is more than capable of climbing like a XC bike and descending like a playful trail bike, especially if you put a 140mm up front. The 67.5 head tube angle certainly helps push and plow the downhill and will push your confidence to the limits and beyond;) This has been one of my favorite trail bikes that I have ridden the last couple of years. I pieced my build together, but would rather have this Eagle setup;)
Rock Shox Pike 140mm up front.
50mm stem with 780mm wide bars -
Carbon rims laced to Hope hubs -
SRAM X01/XX1 mix on the drive train
Race Face Turbine crank (30T chainring) - a little heavy but strong.
Shimano XT m8000 brakes - can't go wrong.
150mm dropper post
WTB saddle
If you are looking to build something or have any questions at all on this Eagle build please reach out to me directly.
Saddle Height: 71.5
Size: Large, could ride a Medium no problem

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager
801.204.4545
bsherman@competitivecyclist.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on April 20, 2017

The Special One
5 5

I really would love to have 3 or 4 mountain bikes, but it just isn't in the cards. If you are looking for a bike that is one of the most versatile bikes on the market, here it is.
You don't have to sacrifice uphill climbing ability for downhill performance with the technology today. The LS (longer and slacker) is more than capable of climbing like a XC bike and descending like a playful trail bike, especially if you put a 140mm up front. The 67.5 head tube angle certainly helps push and plow the downhill and will push your confidence to the limits and beyond;) This has been one of my favorite trail bikes that I have ridden the last couple of years. I pieced this build together:
Rock Shox Pike 140mm up front.
50mm stem with 780mm wide bars -
Carbon rims laced to Hope hubs -
SRAM X01/XX1 mix on the drive train
Race Face Turbine crank (30T chainring) - a little heavy but strong.
Shimano XT m8000 brakes - can't go wrong.
150mm dropper post
WTB saddle
If you are looking to build something or have any questions at all please reach out to me directly. This build of Sram/Shimano is perfect, and allows for a bike that won't break the bank.
Saddle Height: 71.5
Size: Large, could ride a Medium no problem

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager
801.204.4545
bsherman@competitivecyclist.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on April 20, 2017

Thee One
5 5

I really would love to have 3 or 4 mountain bikes, but it just isn't in the cards. If you are looking for a bike that is one of the most versatile bikes on the market, here it is.
You don't have to sacrifice uphill climbing ability for downhill performance with the technology today. The LS (longer and slacker) is more than capable of climbing like a XC bike and descending like a playful trail bike, especially if you put a 140mm up front. The 67.5 head tube angle certainly helps push and plow the downhill and will push your confidence to the limits and beyond;) This has been one of my favorite trail bikes that I have ridden the last couple of years. I pieced this build together:
Rock Shox Pike 140mm up front.
50mm stem with 780mm wide bars -
Carbon rims laced to Hope hubs -
SRAM X01/XX1 mix on the drive train
Race Face Turbine crank (30T chainring) - a little heavy but strong.
Shimano XT m8000 brakes - can't go wrong.
150mm dropper post
WTB saddle
If you are looking to build something or have any questions at all please reach out to me directly.
Saddle Height: 71.5
Size: Large, could ride a Medium no problem

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager
801.204.4545
bsherman@competitivecyclist.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on April 20, 2017

Thee One
5 5

I really would love to have 3 or 4 mountain bikes, but it just isn't in the cards. If you are looking for a bike that is one of the most versatile bikes on the market, here it is.
You don’t have to sacrifice uphill climbing ability for downhill performance with the technology today. The LS (longer and slacker) is more than capable of climbing like a XC bike and descending like a playful trail bike, especially if you put a 140mm up front. The 67.5 head tube angle certainly helps push and plow the downhill and will push your confidence to the limits and beyond;) This has been one of my favorite trail bikes that I have ridden the last couple of years. I pieced this build together:
Rock Shox Pike 140mm up front.
50mm stem with 780mm wide bars -
Carbon rims laced to Hope hubs -
SRAM X01/XX1 mix on the drive train
Race Face Turbine crank (30T chainring) - a little heavy but strong.
Shimano XT m8000 brakes - can't go wrong.
150mm dropper post
WTB saddle
If you are looking to build something or have any questions at all please reach out to me directly.
Saddle Height: 71.5
Size: Large, could ride a Medium no problem

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager
801.204.4545
bsherman@competitivecyclist.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on April 18, 2017

FACTORIZED
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

You probably haven't heard of these boys yet, but you will shortly. They will certainly be a highlight at the tour this year. Out of the Factor lineup this is the workhorse in my opinion. The O2 is the most versatile and delivers comfort and beauty. The clean lines really differentiate Factor from the crowd and this comes at a great time when riders are looking for something new. The ride is what you would expect from a high-end carbon bike manufacture - smooth.
It does have asymmetrical chainstays, which will balance out chain pull and help with power transmission. At least that's what all the engineers stay, and of course Pinarello says that as well. Nevertheless, the 3 different types of carbon they use to build this frame where certainly put in all the right places because it climbed great and was definitely stable on the curvy descents here in Salt Lake. One thing I would like to see changed is the integrated stem and bar. I have never been a fan of this since most bar/stem options never work due to angle and length, but they are gorgeous. One plus, is Factor Garmin Mounts are included with the framesets. If you use a Wahoo or another brand the best bet is to do a top cap mount. Here the measurement for the Bar/Stem setup per frame size:
O2
49cm 400x90
52cm 400x90
54cm 420x110
56cm 420x110
58cm 440x120
61cm 440x120
Please give me a call if you have any questions on this - happy to help out.
Measurements: 5'-10" - Saddle Height 71.5 - 54cm fit perfect.
Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on March 2, 2017

Summer Breeze
5 5

When it comes to shoes I have serious issues. If there is the littlest imperfection in the fit it finds a way to explode onto my foot somewhere. Having fought plantar fasciitis a few years ago I have learned the hard way that one of the most important pieces of equipment for a rider is undoubtedly shoes. The new fizik R1B is not only one of the most comfortable cycling shoes I have worn, but one of the most comfortable shoes I have worn.
Fizk calls it Volume Control technology with some micro-adjustable Boa IP1 closure controls...I call it a comfortable shoe.
As soon I slide my foot in I knew it was going to be a good fit, even without putting in my own insoles. Surprisingly the insoles are really good with a good amount of arch support and dense cushion. Nothing I hate more than spending a few hundred dollars on shoes and the first I do is throw the footbed away. Not saying these shoes will work for you, everyone is different when it comes to shoes, but I have worn a lot of different shoes and these are at the top of the list right now. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns about fit.
Size Purchased: 42.5, I could wear a 42, but like the extra room.
For reference I wear a Specialized 42.5, Shimano 42.5, Giro 43, Adidas 42-¾, Nike 42.5, Sidi 42 / 42.5
Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on February 24, 2017

 Factorized
5 5

You probably haven't heard of these boys yet, but you will shortly. They will certainly be a highlight at the tour this year. Out of the Factor lineup this is the workhorse in my opinion. The O2 is the most versatile and delivers comfort and beauty. The clean lines really differentiate Factor from the crowd and this comes at a great time when riders are looking for something new. The ride is what you would expect from a high-end carbon bike manufacture - smooth.
It does have asymmetrical chainstays, which will balance out chain pull and help with power transmission. At least that's what all the engineers stay, and of course Pinarello says that as well. Nevertheless, the 3 different types of carbon they use to build this frame where certainly put in all the right places because it climbed great and was definitely stable on the curvy descents here in Salt Lake. One thing I would like to see changed is the integrated stem and bar. I have never been a fan of this since most bar/stem options never work due to angle and length, but they are gorgeous. One plus, is Factor Garmin Mounts are included with the framesets. If you use a Wahoo or another brand the best bet is to do a top cap mount. Here the measurement for the Bar/Stem setup per frame size:
O2
49cm 400x90
52cm 400x90
54cm 420x110
56cm 420x110
58cm 440x120
61cm 440x120
Please give me a call if you have any questions on this - happy to help out and build something up custom for you.
Measurements: 5'-10" - Saddle Height 71.5 - 54cm fit perfect.
Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on February 1, 2017

Don't Bust the Bank
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

In a nutshell this is a Lightweight climbing wheel that will leave money in your pocket to buy tires and tubes to put on them. I have a few hundred miles on these and couldn’t be happier with their climbing ability, durability, and braking power. Some specs: Weighting in at 1365 grams | 29mm rim depth and 25mm rim width. Wheels come with tubeless valves, pads, and a 10 speed spacer. Wish they had wheel bags – but for this price I understand. Just a heads up, getting the tires on initially is not easy and takes some finesse.
I have had the pleasure to tour the Reynold’s factory and the technology they put into these wheels is truly remarkable. The Cryogenic Glass Transition…is Reynold’s integrated system which couples their carbon fiber to their proprietary polymer brake pad. Reynolds states these work together, which produces a cooler braking system. I didn’t take the temperature of the brake track, but the braking is notably better than carbon wheels a few years ago. The pads are not $80 to replace either, which is nice to see, and unlike other competitors. Msrp, $30.00
I will certainly be riding these on my gravel rides this summer as well – with 25mm tires or 28’s, not sure yet. Happy to help out, or answer any questions you have on these. Verdict: Great Wheel for a Normal Price

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Bill S.wrote a review of on January 17, 2017

Rollin'
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been riding Mavic for years and have questioned a few things over the years. Mainly the hubs and rim width. They have taken care of these and more in the Pro Carbon SL. The hub has a Mavic Instant Drive 360, with 9-degree engagement, which has a great buzz sound and will require less maintenance than freehubs in the past. I have had these for about a month and have waited to write this because I knew my Team Camp was going to be in Hurricane, UT this year. Yes, it's windy there. I usually stay away for wider wheels because I typically focus on climbing wheels, but these performed great in the wind and climbed great. 40mm is a great all around depth for those looking for an everyday wheel.
A few more things that I have to highlight are breaking and the price.
The braking is the best I have ever had with a carbon wheel. This is key for the long descents here in SLC, and another reason I'€™ve stayed away from carbon clinchers. I would imagine in the rain they would perform to the highest level as well, but it never rains here so I'€™m yet to test them in the rain. Yes, msrp at $2,199 is a lot money, but when comparing them to Zipp and Enve they are extremely competitive to say the least. Be sure to let me know if you are interested I'm€“ happy to help out and answer any questions you may have.

Details:
Comes with Mavic Tires 25mm - Not a bad tire, but I swapped to 25mm Continental 4000'€™s.
Weight w/o tires and skewers: 1450g

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on November 30, 2016

Summer Breeze
4 5

The best shoe is the one that fits. I have tried Sidi in the past and I love their designs and stiffness. For me, the fit was like most Sidi's just a little too much volume. That said, the heel cup is perfect and the Tecno-3 Push ratcheting dials were nice. The dials are no BOA and I hope Sidi minimizes them over time, since I guess no one at Sidi ever wears booties. One highlight is the replaceable heel pad and integrated toe pad/vent cover, which is added value and nice to walk in. The vented sole and the mesh upper are spot on for ventilation. If your feet run hot or if you deal with sweating issues I highly recommend giving them a try. As with all upper-end Sidi's they are stiff as nails. The Microfibre uppers are easy to clean and as you can see from the picture the craftsmanship is beautiful. The price is ridiculous, but as I said earlier the best shoe is the one that fits and if Sidi is your shoe and you need a shoe with superb ventilation this is it. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns about fit - I'm happy to help.
For reference I wear a Specialized 42.5, Shimano 42.5, Giro 43, Adidas 42-¾, Nike 42.5, Sidi 42.5

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on November 26, 2016

Great "Jersey"
5 5

The title of this piece is a bit deceiving, it'€™s a great addition to the gear, closet nonetheless. I use the Tiburu as a long sleeve jersey on fall/spring days when temperatures are in the 50'€™s. I layer with a skinfoil and this and use a wind jacket for the descents. Many of my customers rate this as their favorite piece.
The material is soft and conforms nicely. I always take the BlitzFeder for descending on most of the climbs here in SLC, there is minimal wind protection. Sizing: I typically wear a small in Assos jersey’s and this fits just like a jersey. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns about fit for this or any other Assos piece.

Size Purchased, SM

MEASUREMENTS:
Waist: 32in
Chest (under your armpits, around the fullest part of your chest): 37in
Neck: 13.5in
Sleeve (shoulder joint to the wrist bone): 22in
Bicep (relaxed - not that it matters in my case) : 10.75in

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Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on November 21, 2016

Re-Think your Bib
5 5

It's not always sunny and 82 degrees here in SLC. The spring and fall here we have some of the best riding in the country. Most riders never think of having a bib designed specifically for these types of temperatures - Please start thinking about it because you'€™ll be a happier rider. The inside fabric is soft and warm, and the exterior is treated with water repellent, but it never rains here so I'€™m yet to see how repellent it is. The fit is very similar to the Cento's, minus the KuKu penthouse, and I love the added fabric in the man's region for long descents. Even with the warm lining and added fabric the design its minimal and the bibs overall feel is no different than any other Assos bibs€ - these are just a bit warmer. I ride with these in temps from 40-65F. The quality is everything you'd expect from Assos, perfect. A great addition in the gear closet. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns about fit. Happy to help.

Size Purchased, SM

MEASUREMENTS:
Waist: 32in
Height: 178cm
Weight: 140lbs

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on November 21, 2016

100%
5 5

A jersey made from 100% recycled material is something I can get behind. Great design and good fit. This is not the Assos you are used to though. The fabric is from recycled polyethylene terephthalate, so it is not as soft as the SS.Campionissimo or the SS.Mangussta. That said, I still love the jersey and it regulates fine for temps in the 70-80’s, after that I would recommend the others above. I’m still giving this 5 stars for the design and recycled fabrics. Nice work Assos and I hope to see more recycled gear coming for you. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns about fit for this or any other Assos pieces.

Size Purchased, SM

MEASUREMENTS:
Waist: 32in
Chest (under your armpits, around the fullest part of your chest): 37in
Neck: 13.5in
Sleeve (shoulder joint to the wrist bone): 22in
Bicep (relaxed - not that it matters in my case) : 10.75in

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on November 18, 2016

Right Place | Right Time
5 5

As I wrote in my review for the Fugu, I think the Fugu is the best bootie out there given my riding conditions here in SLC. I won'€™t reiterate what I wrote in that review, but the winterbootie_S7 certainly has it's place depending on where you are riding. This is a great bootie for temps over 45...at least for me. I hate riding in the cold weather since my hands and toes are usually numb within 30 minutes if it's below 50 degress...I know I’m soft. No reason to bust your a$$ on the road and freeze. Spend the extra money and get the right gear, it allows you to relax, be comfortable, and just ride. I mainly use them in the Spring for morning rides. Snug fit and lightweight. As always, the Assos design and fabric is spot on. The toe and heel reinforcement is great against abrasion, the high ankle is perfect, and the reflective zippers always help. No issues with the zipper as some have commented, but if you have any issues please contact me, happy to help out. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns about fit.

Size Purchased, I, Shoe Size: 42.5 (Sidi, Fizik, Specialized, Giro). (Would fit a 43, but nothing bigger)

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on November 18, 2016

Enjoy the Ride
5 5

I hate riding in the cold weather since my hands and toes are usually numb within 30 minutes if it's below 50 degress...I know I'€™m soft. That said, these Booties, and the Fugu gloves have changed everything. Had some friends talk me into a 40 degree ride one morning, which is typically below my threshold, but as soon as I started riding I knew it was going to a much better ride than expected. Feet stayed warm the whole ride, even descending Emigration Canyon, a popular climb here in Salt Lake City. No reason to bust your a$$ on the road and freeze. Having the right gear allows you to relax, be comfortable, and just ride. Assos is always worth the extra money when it comes to riding gear and these are certainly no different. The toe and heel reinforcement is great against abrasion, and the reflective zippers never hurt. I prefer these over the winterbootie_S7 due to the extra protect and warmth, but the winterbootie_S7 certainly has it's place. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns about fit.

Size Purchased, I, Shoe Size: 42.5 (Sidi, Fizik, Specialized, Giro). (Could easily fit a 43)

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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Bill S.wrote a review of on November 16, 2016

Grip it and Rip it
5 5

These may be rain gloves, but here in SLC it hardly rains so I have turned them into my fall and spring glove. Great protection and they kept my hands warm to the lower 40's. Anything lower than that I'™m on the trainer anyways;) They did keep my paws dry in a little shower and I was still able to grip the hoods with confidence. Remarkable ergonomics and minimal design. Put the big bulky mitts you have away and give these a try, you won't regret it. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns about fit. Size Purchased, Sm.

MEASUREMENT:
Hand (Measure around the hand at the fullest part - exclude thumb): 8.25in

Bill Sherman
Customer Account Manager-Bike
Office: 801-204-4545
bsherman@backcountry.com

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