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Chase The Face wrote a question about on July 3, 2010

There is floating pad attached to the knee area. I cant quite figure out if this goes behind or infront of the knee. I have been wearing behind, but this makes you put your leg though it which is annoying. I read on the "freatures" and it mentions "Knee stabilization pad centers patella for optimal placement" which sounds like it might go infront of the knee, between the knee and the pads.

Anyone know what im talking about?

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Chase The Face wrote a review of on June 3, 2010

4 5

With 720 x 480 resolution, the POV is surpassed by the Hero and VHoldR, but it makes up for it in versitility and indistructableness (watch my vid).
My favorite feature is the ability to take the cam off and take the recorder around and show your friends the footage on the 1.5"x2"(ish) Screen. As far as I know this is the only helmet cam system with that ability.
AA batteries is an awesome choice to power outdoor video equipment! Unlike the competitors, whose Lithium Ion Batteries hold you to a 2hr record session, the POV can be recharded in field as many times as you need with back-up batteries.
Like I said before, this thing is indestructable! Watch my vid as it takes the full force of a fall, my helmet got a lucky break and only suffered minor damage thanks to my POV.

The POV is a fantastic helmet cam and worth the extra dough, but I often wish it had just a little better resolution. Four stars due to the lower res.

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Chase The Face wrote a review of on May 18, 2010

3 5

The Super Joe is easy to attach to your car and seems secure enough, but after a few big bumps on the freeway the straps loosen up a bit and I have to get out and tighten them to return my peace of mind. I have only ever transported 2 bikes, neither DH. From what I have seen I would be nervous to put 3 big bikes with this rack.

For some reason the red "quick collapse" tabs bound up on a trip and I could no longer collapse the rack. Backcountry gave me a new one that I have not had problems with yet.

Overall a good rack for getting your bikes across town, but keep a close eye on it when your on the freeway or really rough roads.

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Chase The Face wrote a review of on April 11, 2010

5 5

Seems like a very durable shoe, SPD option is good to have although I bought these for my platform pedals. The velcro "lace shield" does a good job in keeping your laces from all the twisty and grabby parts of your bike.

White seems like an odd choice for a MTB shoe. If you like your white shoes to stay white, fat chance here. The nature of mountain biking will make it impossible to keep these shoes pristine. I, for one, perfer the shoes with the smudges and dirt added.

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Chase The Face wrote an answer about on March 29, 2010

They are actually water proof up to a certain depth. You can use these kayaking, rafting, cliff jumping, on boats etc.

"The POV.1.5 is a fully integrated point-of-view (POV) video system that's waterproof, dustproof, and shock-resistant. "
-manufacturer

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Chase The Face wrote a review of on March 25, 2010

5 5

Sweet Jacket! I have been 100% impressed. I've used it in cold weather, in wind, rain, and snow and it kept all that away from my body. I rode in the Frozen Hog Race this year with this jacket and a short sleeve, kept me at a perfect temp.
Waiting to see how it does in a mid summer rain, I could see it getting a little calmy as mentioned in other reviews.

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