Graham Faulk

Graham Faulk

Graham Faulk

Graham Faulk wrote a review of on June 9, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this shoe for my trip yearly to Fruita, I have always had stiletto's (Sidi). I never understood why I had to wear a racing shoe even though I have never raced...and use my bike as a tripod every time I walk on rocks, roots and over logs. This shoe is stiff enough for everyday pedaling and stable enough to inspire confidence off the pedal.
My Vibram sole peeled off the plastic, but it was replaced immediately by Giro directly, they told me some were manufactured with the wrong glue. No charge to me.
I'd buy them again.

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Graham Faulk wrote a review of on October 26, 2011

5 5

The Seam fits great, and I love the vents; 1 switch on top opens and closes all vents. The short visor has a vent in it to allow the goggle to radiate. I had an old G10 and this helmet is way nicer. My goggles fit perfectly too, no gaper gap.

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Graham Faulk wrote an answer about on November 7, 2009

Well the answer is both. G10MX is a cool metallic shiny white.
In the G10 (not MX) you can buy matte white exploded argyle or white (shiny).
Do you want the visor?

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Graham Faulk wrote an answer about on November 7, 2009

If you buy a 2010 Giro snow helmet get the TuneUp Drops, they are compatible with all NEW Giro adult snow helmets. The earpad of the 2010 helmets have a velcro pocket that yo drop the "drops" in and go. If you have an older model helmet get the original tuneups.

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Graham Faulk wrote an answer about on November 7, 2009

No.
The Tune ups w/ bluetooth link is for you blue tooth enabled cell phone and hard wired mp3 player.
If you want to use your 2 way radio that is an different tune up call 2 way radio link.

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Graham Faulk wrote a review of on October 25, 2009

5 5

I bougt this goggle because I was tired of carrying 2 goggles around on powder days. The Manifest comes with 2 lens tints, one for sunny days, and one for stormy days. The lenses change so easy I bet my Mom could do it. The fit is awesome with my G10 helmet BUT I just peeped the New Giro Seam helmet SICK! I'm buying that with Tuneup Drops.

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Graham Faulk wrote a review of on June 2, 2009

5 5

What these guys make gloves too? OK the Remedy helmet has protected my mellon so many times I thought I'd give the gloves a try. I can't stand gloves with so much padding I can't feel the bars. These gloves have the nicest bar feel materials I have ever felt. d30 padding on the palm, and light nuckle protection, no extra bulk, BAM my new favorite pair of gloves!

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Graham Faulk wrote a review of on June 2, 2009

5 5

I have always loved Giro products, they have always performed well for me. I needed a pair of glasses I could bike, and run in without feeling like I was the Terminator. When I found out these glasses have 2 sets of Zeiss lenses (the best optical lenses in the world) I went for it. Well guess what? They not only come with a day and night lens tint, they are actually easy to interchange also. Buy them you will not be disappointed.

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Graham Faulk wrote a review of on February 17, 2009

5 5

I bought the Root goggle last year and love it. It works prefect with my G10 helmet. I just saw the Giro Manifest (Interchangable) and want to get that next, you must already be sold out!?

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