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Lee W.

Lee W.

Lee W.

Lee W.wrote a review of on September 26, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Normally I stay away from the "high end" (priced) clothing lines, but I was able to pick up a pair during one of the Grand Tour sales for 100 bucks.. These were purchased to replace a set of Craft knickers I use for commuting that have reached the end of their lifecycle. I will say they do everything that is advertised, I've rode in driving rain with no fenders and when I finished riding my backside was completely dry. Temperatures that I was riding in was between 40 and 65 degrees F so I really can't comment on heat buildup for hotter climates. But I would say if your interested in a good set of rain knickers these certainly are a great pair. I would just wait for them to go on sale again

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Lee W.

Lee W.wrote a review of on August 26, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I wear this jacket on my daily Alaskan winter commutes. It had kept me warm and dry with only a base layer in to the low 20'sF and in below 14F with an additional layer in-between. Zipper vents are in the right spots to help prevent overheating and small touches like the off set zipper are things you don't notice until you put on a regular jacket. Then you miss it!!

I'm 6'4" at 220lbs and the XL fits perfect especially in the sleeves. Hopefully this is only out of stock due to new colors coming out for 2016. It would be a shame for this jacket to be discontinued..

I just ordered the Inferno bottoms which are current on sale as I am typing this.

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Lee W.wrote a review of on July 15, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Just got back from running the Crusher in Utah. During the 5000 ft descent on gravel, I never had an issue of losing either of my bottles. Solid construction, solid steel and, looks sharp!!

Should you have a problem with your bottles being loose, guess what it's metal so you can give the cage a little squeeze and problem solved!!

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