Dan Hall

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Dan Hall

Dan Hall wrote a review of on June 5, 2012

4 5

Out of the box, the orange and black color resembled a factory-fresh KTM or Home Depot Homer bucket and colleagues called me twinkle-toes. But, my feet were comfortable and said colleagues are a bit harsh. Now that they've devolved a nice, dirty patina they're the envy of others and said feet are still happy.

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Dan Hall

Dan Hall wrote a review of on April 24, 2012

4 5

A lack of elasticity or waist adjustment requires the use of a belt, not exactly awesome when riding with a pack. And the pockets are ridiculously tight against the legs, making getting anything in or out of them a pain.

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Dan Hall

Dan Hall wrote a review of on April 24, 2012

4 5

and they're maintaining, but I don't expect them to be my primary shoes for much longer. The insanely long Sidi spikes ripped out of the soles and ruined the threads. Now the toe-box leather, like other people are experiencing, is wearing.

But, after three years of use it's not the end of the world, I'd probably destroyed 3 pairs of $100 kicks by now anyway. Biggest pet pev is the buckle always packs with trail-side vegetation and jams up. You can never get the buckle to release post ride without fussing with it.

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Dan Hall

Dan Hall wrote an answer about on January 6, 2012

Folding bead is for standard rims that use a tube, it's lighter than the TNT casing.

Geax folding 2.0: 520 g
TNT 2.0: 610 g
Typical UST 2.0: 760 g

*Weights without tubes or sealant added

TNT stands for 'tube no tube' It's UST compatible, but requires the use of sealant.

If you're looking for added puncture resistance TNT is a good choice for standard rims, but due to the added rubber/sidewall reinforcement it'll be heaver then traditional folding tires.

While heavier than traditional tires, the TNT casing is lighter than full-on UST tires--an easy way to drop about 100g per wheel.

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Dan Hall

Dan Hall wrote a review of on June 21, 2011

5 5

Been wearing these since they arrived, going on two weeks now. So I feel I can finally leave an accurate review. So far they've been super supportive, keeping the package securely stowed in it's ergonomic and anatomically correct pouch. I'm very active and bike daily, in my ol' drawers I suffered from horrible blister tip (I even applied triple antibiotic ointment every night). Thanks to these smoothy smooth wonder boxers it's finally healed up!

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