Emma

Emma

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SLC

Emma's Passions

Fly Fishing
Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
Running
Biking
Yoga

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Emma

Emmawrote a review of on June 28, 2016

Pack it in.
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Purchased this hip pack to:
A. Suss out Norrona quality. - Check.
B. Join the hip pack movement on the mountain bike. - Double Check.

The Norrona Bitihorn Hip Pack - 366cu in. is everything I hoped it would be. The organization is simple and satisfying. Because the pack's not necessarily designed for mountain biking, you won't find a roll out sleeve or lots of internal slots, but there is a large pocket inside the main compartment to keep a tube, tire irons and co2 separate from whatever else gets shoved in. In addition to the main compartment, the top zipper pocket is just the right size for keys, phone or bar. And the outer expandable mesh pocket will hold a light jacket in place, deep enough for small items you need frequent access to.

The pockets are each hip are large enough for a phone, or small camera, compact shirt or jacket even. And the water bottle pocket is snug w/ a cinch and elastic band to keep the bottle in place.

The pack itself is light with a wide range for waist adjustment. Forget the backpack, go with a hip pack.

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Emma

Emmaposted an image about on June 21, 2016

Renthal Family

Recently cracked the end cap of my grips, the bike fell while I was giving it bath (eeeekkk). So I just picked up a fresh pair of the Super Soft compound (white), and it's noticeably softer than the Soft compound (light grey) I had on there previously. Squishy and sticky, dampens the chatter of a rock garden, and keeps your hands in place with a light touch.

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Emma

Emmawrote a review of on June 21, 2016

4 5

Purchased these hoping they'd be feminine, yet fit for shredding, and long enough to cover the tops of my knees. I have the Ruby liner in a Large and it fits like a dream, so I went with the Large in these shorts. Unfortunately, I had to return them, they were a bit too snug and the length was too short. I'm 5' 7", 150lbs, and wear in a Large in other mnt bike shorts (Troy Lee). - Though these were not the shorts for me, I'd recommend them for a few reasons. - The fabric felt super durable, these may actually last a life time. - There's a convenient waist adjustment on either side.- The articulation around the knee would make these comfortable for peddling.

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