Brendan Gibson wrote an answer about Swix Star Advanced Pant - Men's on January 19, 2012
No. They don't.
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I ski in the winter and trail run and mountain bike between times to make the time go past faster.
I've been skiing for about twenty years in Australia, New Zealand, Austria, France, Switzerland, Italy, Chile, and of course the USA. Mostly fixed, but have recently started to tele as well.
No. They don't.
Five month old in a six month suit.
These gloves look good. They look burly and look likely to stay together longer than the Black Diamond Prodigy glove.
I wore them on a warm touring day and my hands did not overheat on the climb. No problems on the down either. My hands were comfortable throughout.
There is some stupid writing on the gloves, but they have helpfully included zippers that cover that up.
National Forest campsite with a view of Grand Teton
I find them a little narrow
For me they are a little narrow of a fit, but I've abused them for a season and they still hold onto a pedal. Some of the spikes have fallen off the bottom, but the upper is intact and functioning well. They are easy to take on and off with the buckles.
Make sure you look at the size before buying these. If you want tubes for a normal mountain bike they should be at least 26x2.1
I wear these when I am pretending to be a roadie, or I'm racing. Just so I don't look like a complete beginner. I like them. They fit snug and best of all, they don't get hot. I wore them in a 94 mile ride in over 100 degree weather over the weekend, and never got uncomfortable.
These tires have a very low rolling resistance, so are excellent for flying along flat trails.
Just be warned that low rolling resistance translates in to low grip, especially when on loose dirt up and downhill.
I have had no problems cornering, just some slippage when the trail gets a little steeper.
Hey - these look good. What more can I say?
I took this jacket out almost every time I went into the backcountry for skiing last season. Takes next to no room in the pack, and is warm when combined with another layer. Probably best not to wear this as the outer layer when skiing through the Scourge of the Wasatch - Gambel Oak - it will rip. Not that that is a bad thing - gave me an opportunity to add some duct tape for coreness.
Some reviewers say these pedals "pull out", and they do - but they are easy enough to adjust. I find them very easy to get into, except in mud and snow.
I bought these to do a Grand Canyon R2R2R. I tried them out a couple of times in training first, but was still wary of getting sick of the taste during the run. So wary that I took another bottle of clear water in case I needed to wash my mouth out. I carried that bottle of clear water the whole way without drinking it. I never got sick of the Nuun taste.
Oh, and I didn't get dehydrated either.
I have used these a few times - I particularly like that you don't get that sticky, sugary taste of some other sports drinks.
I already had one of these on my other bike, so when I got my new bike - I got this one. I like the weight, and the fact that it has a pressure gauge as part of it.
The only issue I have with it is that you have to thread the strap through a thin slit to reattach the pump after using it, and that can be a little tricky when you're pumped.
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