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THIS one is a 6--holds 6 pairs of skis or 4 boards. RockyMounts also makes a 4--holds 4 pairs of skis or two boards. I use the 4 x2 so that I carry either 4 boards or 8 pair of skis.
DISCLAIMER: I have not yet cycled with this! I use this for snow sports and it's fantastic. I have not cycled with it--yet--but I can see how it may be problematic breathing if exertion intensity increases. As far as breathing on the slopes, there's no problem. I'm the only person in my group of 5 in Austria that didn't get a little chill blane or even frost bite on a -15 F degree day in the Alps. It's effective for warmth and wind protection.
I wore it in about 45 degree weather while raining and was VERY comfortable. I prefer it to wearing a jacket. With something on top such as windbreaker or jacket it would probably take you down to near freezing.
I love this shirt. I'm 6'0", about 180 lbs and purchased an XL because there were no L sizes left. The XL fits wonderfully I originally thought I'd use it as an outer layer while looking for a jacket. I was wearing it on a very chilly day (maybe about 45 F degrees) when a downpour of rain came and I was very comfortable in nothing but this jersey above the waist. I think it looks great, but more importantly it feels great. It has a very soft, inner liner and does a great job against the wind also, though not a windbreaker. I've since found a jacket and frankly, only wear the jacket if this is dirty and not an option. 15+ rides, more happy with it on every ride.
I'm with Tyler Dubya on this one. You'll do GREAT on these bindings. When it comes to something that's just going to strap you down to a plank, there is some amazing marketing out there to sell you gender specific...to no benefit whatsoever. Buy the best deal on what works for you. This isn't a pair of underwear, if you catch my drift. Women do not need special feminine bindings, that's a gimmick.