I'll preface this by saying this is my first foray into the world of cycling spandex. And after the first ride, I now understand why it exists. I felt really comfortable and stable in the saddle. Chamois felt good. Fit seems good. For the pricepoint, I'm sure they're not the most amazing knickers but I'm digging them so far and can tell they're going to be great for fall-spring Utah riding.
Picked this up for a recent international trip. Chances probably weren't really that high that I'd actually get my info scanned but it was nice having the peace of mind. It was also nice having my passport, cards, and money all fit snugly into this one pocket. I either kept it in my front pants pocket or in an inner pocket of my backpack but I could also see this working great attached to a belt and tucked into your waist or even on a sturdy lanyard and hung around the neck.
Mainly picked this up as a gym locker lock but also used it on my luggage during a recent international trip. Never had any issues... lock and dial work smoothly.
Grabbed some of the body wash as a back-up for a trip to China. Only ended up using it once but it worked just fine and I'm glad I had it. Each "leaf" is like a little sheet of paper that dissolves and lathers with water. Seems like one leaf was good for a hand wash but if you're doing a shower you'd probably need a few... I didn't really test that theory, though. The case takes up almost no space and you'll have no problem getting through security checkpoints. Might even end up throwing this in my pack when I head into the wilderness.
I was looking for some travel pants for a trip to China and it came down to these and the Patagonia Quandary pant. Decided to go with these ones and I'm glad I did. They are really comfortable and breathable. I love the stretch waist and drawstring but that they also have the button and zippered fly. The modern slim fit and narrower leg opening won me over. Get 'em... they rule!
Picked this up for a recent trip to China. It worked great for places where I was sketched about the water... I never had any "problems". This version is a lot lighter weight and the filter lasts longer than the previous one I had, which is nice. And it fit in my bag nicely. I also plan on using this for day hikes and maybe even backpacking trips.
Low-profile, easily adjustable, nice and stretchy, simple plastic clasp. I love it.
These things rule! Super comfortable and fit great... not much else to say.
I'm somewhat of a novice cyclist and this is actually my first non-stock saddle so I can't really get too technical. All I can say is that my derriere thanks me for making the upgrade. And by "thanks" I mean it doesn't scream at me after (or during) my typical 5-10 mile ride. Looks pretty slick on my bike, too.
This was my 8-year-old niece's dinner one night out in the Uintas, after hiking in a few miles to camp. For a somewhat picky eater, she crushed it with no complaints. I'll take that as a big sign of approval.