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Jamie B.

Jamie B.

Jamie B.

Jamie B.wrote a review of on April 16, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Giro DND glove is the perfect blend of minimalist design and durability. Love the simplistic wrist cuff - no bulky zippers or velcro. Easy to put on and remove - even under sweaty on-trail conditions. I prefer the simplified plain fabric versions than those with the screen printed designs or textures. Purchased the black version but did not like the ‘harshness’ of the screen print on the top side of the glove - felt like it could be a bit ‘scratchy’ under use.

Fits tru to size - fingers seem a bit long for my hand size however.

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Jamie B.

Jamie B.wrote a review of on April 15, 2016

1 5

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

I originally bought the XS but the waist was too tight so I returned them and ordered the small. I was really hopeful these were going to have a great fit but they failed me... the waist was perfect but the legs were sooo baggy that I had to return them. The material on the lighter pairs is also very thin and seems see through.

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Jamie B.

Jamie B.wrote a review of on April 11, 2016

4 5

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

These are pretty comfy for a liner. I like that they have a wide band at the bottom that doesn't rise. I think they could have done a better job on the waist band. I also don't understand why there are pockets on the side. Since these are a liner they are already going under another pair of shorts... it would be nice to keep the material down to a minimum. I ordered a 28 but a 26 would have worked a bit better for me.

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Jamie B.

Jamie B.wrote a review of on April 7, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

How did we survive mountain biking before Stan's? I had a friend ask the other day what the pros and cons are of setting up tubeless vs. using tube. The short answer... there are no cons. Why wouldn't you set up tubeless. No puncture flats and no pinch flats even at a low pressure. So, buy Stan's no tubes and don't get flat's anymore. You do have to refresh the Stan's every 6 months or so.

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