Chad Cordell

Chad Cordell

Utah

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Chad Cordell's Bio

I live for skiing in the winter and biking in the summer.

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Chad Cordell

Chad Cordell wrote a review of on July 15, 2013

4 5

This tailgate pad makes fitting a bunch of bikes into the bed of your truck easy. I have a 2004 Toyota Tacoma and purchased the small. My only complaint is that the top of the pad has a large flat section that appears to be made for trucks with a plastic cap on the tailgate. The Dakine pad does fit a little nicer on tailgates without this. Not a deal breaker just something to think about before you purchase a pad.

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Chad Cordell wrote a review of on June 25, 2013

4 5

I go between these and the TLD 5400 Pads. These have a little more padding and are great when the terrain gets really nasty. The TLD is more of a light duty pad and better for trail riding. If you are looking for a tough knee pad for DH this is it. These are really comfy and provide a lot of protection. My only complaint is that they are a little hotter than the TLD pads.

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Chad Cordell wrote a review of on April 26, 2013

4 5

I have been wearing Five Ten shoes for a few years now and they just can't be beat for Downhill. The soles are super sticky and stiff making it very hard to slip a pedal. These are just slightly too soft and not quite sticky enough to be great for downhill. I do like these for dirt jumping where you want to be able to move your feet on the pedals easily. If you are looking for an alternative to Five Ten these aren't far off. They also have the killer waffle pattern.

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Chad Cordell wrote a review of on April 26, 2013

5 5

This is the standard when it comes to full face helmets. I used the D2 for many years and this is the evolution of that helmet. The fit is very similar. It's snug out of the box but fits just right after a few rides. The venting is awesome and is an improvement over the D2. Other features are removable pads, extra visor, and a zippered helmet bag. If you're looking for something a little less expensive check out the D3 composite.

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