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Jeff Guest

Jeff Guest

Moab, San Rafial Swell, Zion, North Wash, Wasatch Mountain Range

Jeff Guest's Bio

I was born and raised in Utah and don't plan on leaving anytime soon. I currently live in Coalville and recreate all over Utah. In the winter I'm snowboarding at The Canyons Terrain Park and Snow Kiting in the open fields of Coalville, Park City, and Heber. In the summer I hang out all over Southern Utah while Camping and Canyoneering with my friends, and climbing in the Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons in the Wasatch Mountains. I love working at Backcountry.com and also don't plan on leaving anytime soon.

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Jeff Guest

Jeff Guestwrote a review of on June 13, 2018

5 5

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

I wanted to hook my 1.25" NV 2.0 rack on the back of the ATV to do some downhill rides in the canyon near my house, but all the reviews said the hitch pin hole isn't in the right spot so you can't get the small locking hitch pin through the hole. I bought this adapter with the intention to drill a hole so this would work with my NV, but to my surprise there was a nice long oval hole where big circle in the picture is. I put the adapter on my hitch and put it the 2" hitch receiver I was able to get my small locking hitch pin to go through! Kuat updated the adapter to work with the NV, but nothing has been said yet on the internet.

If you buy this adapter after June 1st 2018, it should work with your NV rack.

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Jeff Guest

Jeff Guestwrote a review of on June 12, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are my first set of knee pads, so I can't say much about breathability, but I don't notice them on when riding! I do notice them when I'm not riding. They do cause the top part of my knees to sweat on hot days, but the back and sides of my knees haven't sweat yet in these! I think they breath pretty well except for the top and bottom grippy parts that prevent the pads from sliding down your leg. As far as size goes, I'm 5'5" and 110lbs and I have super skinny legs so I thought I was going to need an XS, but the XS ended up being to tight, and the Small felt just right, so I would say these run a little on the small side. The size chart seems to be pretty accurate, so be sure to measure your leg and get what the size chart says.

I haven't fallen on them yet, and while I'm sure it will still hurt when I fall on a rock or stick, I'm very sure it will prevent major damage, puncture wounds, and gnarly trail rash that would end my day of riding!

I'm very happy I bought these and I would definitely buy them again!

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