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DirtDuster

DirtDuster

DirtDuster

DirtDusterwrote a review of on July 22, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great pump; fair price, durable, gauge at top not down at your feet, little arrow you can set for your desired pressure ( very nice for consistency with the same bike or when topping off multiple bikes for the same ride), hose and handle "lock down" for transport, easy to use chuck, reasonably light, fills quickly (I even top off my car and trailer with it), great for road, cross, mt bike and fat bike). I have two.

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DirtDusterwrote a review of on June 4, 2018

5 5

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

Just back from DK100 2018 riding the 38s on Stan's wheels tubeless at about 30lbs and these rode perfectly with no flats. A friend with well know tube gravel tire flatted twice in first 10 miles ! I had solid grip in all conditions including tricky climbs where others spun out. We had a significant mud section where only those with huge clearance could ride as the mud stuck to everything, these tires included. But the mud "self cleaned" on gravel downhill. The tread seemed fine on everything. Cleaned them up once home and they look brand new.

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DirtDusterwrote a review of on January 10, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought this so I could leverage my "old school" bike trainer to work with Zwift. Easy no tool attachment on rear stay. Used Wahoo app to be sure working. Synced right away. Synced with Zwift on my i-pad via bluetooth. Also gives Ant+ signal that my Garmin picks up. BTW, Garmin and Zwift show same speed and cadence or very close to the same. Been two weeks and working well. I plan to take if off for outdoor season and will likely just use for indoors.

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DirtDusterwrote a review of on May 2, 2016

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Been wearing in April in Maine, 40s and 50s temp. Good compression in legs. Grippers at bottom of leg a bit too tight but they hold leg warmers firmly in place. I also stretched them out some by hand. Finished last ride with 1.5 hours of rain, 42 degrees and the nano fabric really does bead up. My gore leg warmers were wetter than the shorts. But the chamois still gets wet, there is no wind block or water proof fabric, just the nano properties. Paired with the full sleeve Gabba full sleeve top (also size large)these work well for damp or wet finish to a ride. When it was dry they breath well and were comfy for a metric. I am 5' 8 and got size L which is the same as most Castelli for me. Medium in other brands.

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