ALEX wrote a review of Dakota Grizzly Hugo Polo Shirt - Men's on June 22, 2016
..so does my coiled muscle.
..so does my coiled muscle.
I rode with these on last week for my rainy century ride and yesterday on a morning downpour. As a previous reviewer said, they do fit tight, but that's what one would expect and want to keep the rain out. You have to keep in mind that this is a waterproof product, so it should fit tighter. I wear a size 45 (about size 11) Diadora road shoe and the XXL fit great. After my rides, my shoes and socks were bone dry. I bought these mainly because of the trusty Gore-Tex lining and it performed great. Zipped all the way up, the ankle is tight but I found it gave a little after my rides. Because of the ankle tightness, the rain that dripped/ran down my legs did not penetrate in. These booties are snugger than my Sportful Windstopper ones, which I also love. Overall, I very good waterproof product.
I've been using Extreme caps for some time now and found it better than the regular caps. I was born with a leak, so these are great for leg muscle cramps.
I mainly use it for night trail running. The high lumens blaze up the entire trail. My buddys love to run with me. I also put it on my Meteor for night climbing and it fits perfect. I really don't use the sensor feature because I like being in control of my lighting. I have used it though and it's good to have when the battery is low. Now I've MacGyver'd it to my road cycling helmet. Check it out! Ride on!!
Bottles are great. No leaks. Bottles didn't come with annoying sticker like previous reviews.
I have a 7 5/8 nogin and the L/XL is too tight. It's a great piece, but I wish it wasn't so tight.
I've used this piece mainly for road cycling and some running. I really wanted to like this beanie for cycling, but unfortunately the Windstopper material is only placed in front and does not cover my ears. When pulling the beanie down over my ears, my lobes are remain purple cold. I do like the sweat wicking and lightness of it. It's great for running.
I've used the 6 foot version around a tree. Works great and very secure. I love it.
Just got these after years of Grivel use. Very comparable to my Grivel G12's but more technical and vertical. Well made. Should be fun.
I use it to store my Julbo's when packing. Very sturdy and very wide/roomy. Got one for my daughter. Red is a cool color.
Use it to stick whiskey
Not sure what Junk is talking about but I love this mat. I use it strictly for winter and pitch it directly on snow, both bivy and in a tent. The down is super warm and I don't need a thermarest back-up, which is something I use for my other mats. It inflates/deflates in about 1 minute. I also use the inflater bag as a waterproof bag when I pack. I little heavy to carry but my zzz's are more important. This pad is flawless in my opinion.
Use it to pack my Western Mountaineering meltdown jacket in my pack when I head up. Very durable and light.
Makes my NAO so much lighter when it's on my climbing helmet for night climbs. Also use it for night trial runs. Great investment.
Good to have in my pack for back up. Fits my previous NAO version and I think this new version lasts' longer also.
Softer than cotton ones I own, so less chafing on my neck on long hikes. Wish square were a little bigger tho so I can tie it around my fat neck.
Thing's been around for years. It works. I use it for backpacking and some winter overnighters. I replace it every 2 years because the cushy fades.