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Todd

Todd

Plymouth, MI

Todd

Toddwrote a review of on March 8, 2018

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

nice snug fit. like others have mentioned, if you tried to yank these on in a hurry it would be easy to tear them apart, but I haven't had any issues putting them on carefully. light weight, reflective, and relatively waterproof, these are my go-to shoe covers.

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Toddwrote a review of on January 1, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The first thing you'll notice about these wool gloves is that they are made of a much denser, less elastic feeling material than most other wool gloves. The fit is just OK - the pattern used to stitch the gloves is very simple, seems like two 2D hand shapes laid on top of one another and stitched all the way around the edge. You can see this in the photos, where the fingertips look very "flat". Because of the cut and because they aren't very stretchy, they also fit a little baggy in the palm. However, these gloves are surprisingly warm. Perhaps the baggy palm helps trap more warm air inside, I don't know... but I've worn these on 4 hour road rides from 50F down to the low 30s and never had chilly fingers. Rating 5 stars because they are awesomely warm, thin, and cheap.

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Toddwrote a review of on December 29, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

this is my favorite article of cycling clothing. In 20F windy weather I wear just this under a PI softshell jacket on 20mph dirt road rides and am comfortably warm, and when climbing it seems to take a long time to overheat. the magical part is that at the end of the ride, the base layer is completely dry despite persistent sweating. previously, my other base layers would be totally soaked from a similar effort.

worth noting that the sleeves do run short... I have short arms and the sleeves are a little short on me, fine while I'm wearing a jacket though. I wouldn't wear this without a jacket anyway since the sleeves are not compression fit so would be a little loose. docking one star for short sleeves.

5'9" 150 lbs, medium fits well aside from the sleeve length

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Toddwrote a review of on November 25, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought the Leopard Radioshack/Nissan/Trek version of this jacket two years ago off of Chainlove, and it immediately became one of my favorite things to wear. fit is athletic and sizing is typical ( I have the medium jacket, and wear medium in LG cycling gear and tshirts). quality materials, nice finish, nice zipper. not overly warm or windproof, but just enough when the temperature dips below tshirt weather. also very good to wear over your kit to warm up before autumn races.

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