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Todd H.

Todd H.

Todd H.

Todd H.wrote a review of on January 9, 2017

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

these are a nice replacement for OEM pads. Using crappy Campy single pull rear and double pull front brake setup, I was clenching my saddle a little with my sphincter coming down some crazy descents into Sonoma county from Napa. Switching to these pads results in better stopping power on allow rims. Interestingly, these pads have very similar performance when wet as opposed to dry on alloy rims. I recommend them. They are not quite as good as Reynolds blue on Reynolds carbon rims in the dry to give some perspective.

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Todd H.

Todd H.wrote a review of on January 3, 2017

2 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Basically a reflective shower cap for your feet. The worked very well for my first 10 rides then the zipper broke at the base. Considering having a seamstress repair it because they did keep my feet dry on very rainy rides.
Very snug fit, takes some time and careful positioning to get it over your shoes correctly so you don't have to yank the (fragile) zipper

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Todd H.

Todd H.wrote a review of on January 17, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

LG stuff is underrated IMHO. Fits well, size appropriate to what you usually wear. The zipper is nice and big making it easy to deal with while wearing gloves; It has reasonable ventilation for a rain jacket. I agree with Evan Hyde's review and use it in a similar fashion. Throw it on over a LS jersey with base layer and you can get well below freezing. Most importantly, it keeps the rain off. The pocket is helpful. I bought it and a Castelli rain jacket at the same time to compare and returned the Castelli. I would buy this jacket again.

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Todd H.

Todd H.wrote a review of on July 26, 2012

5 5

My new favorite socks. They are tall enough to look PRO even on my super long legs and size 47 feet. They stay put without bunching in the toe. They don't chafe in the rain. They are a summer sock -- nice and thin around the foot with no half-cocked attempts at "compression". If you prefer the Swiftwick thickness, these may not be for you.

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