Benjamin Andrew Barrington

Benjamin Andrew Barrington

gunks, whites, east coast granite.

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Backpacking
Snowboarding
Hiking
Road Cycling
Snowshoeing
Mountaineering
Sport Climbing
Bouldering

Benjamin's Bio

fresh air and late nights.

Benjamin Andrew Barrington

Benjamin Andrew Barrington wrote a review of on August 22, 2010

Worth every penny...
5 5

1. Light - You hardly notice it's on...
2. Dry - Doesn't wick moisture into your hat when the ice starts dripping... I've found other 'webbing suspended' helmets to be particularly bad about this. It also fits nicely under taller hoods.
3. Safe - I'm pretty sure the polystyrene setup is more bombproof than others. The top is extra thick too...

Helmets are one of those things that you hope to never really 'test', but for the comfort provided this is worth every penny.

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Benjamin Andrew Barrington wrote an answer about on August 16, 2010

No... but they do have a little elasticized strap that takes up some looseness should you have space to spare. That said, I've found most of BD's harnesses to have really tight leg loops and I have skinny to average legs.

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Benjamin Andrew Barrington wrote a question about on September 2, 2009

Does anyone have a sense of how long the leg is on a Men's small? IE does it break halfway up your thigh, or just above the knee? Also, how snug does the leg fit?

Reason I'm being so finicky is I bought a pair of Brooks shorts that I had to return b/c they looked like a skirt - too long and too, um, billowy... You know, like a puffy shirt...

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