Heidiwrote a question about CamelBak Bike Tool Roll Organizer on January 5, 2016
I pack two of these shirts when traveling. They pack small and light. They wash in the sink and hang dry in a a few hours. I even sleep in them when staying in hostels or backpackers. Best of all, if you are away from water and can't wash a shirt out for a day or two, it still won't stink! I also pack a long sleeved, blouse to wear over these t-shirts for more dressy or conservative situations (the T-shirt shirts worn alone are very sheer and form-fitting). I also always wear this T-shirt under my cycling jersey. It keeps me dry, cool, and non-smelly. No-itch Merino is the best base layer you'll find!
These thin shoe covers are surprisingly warm; They keep my feet toasty in temps down to 15 F. I rarely carry rain pants. My rain jacket and these shoe covers are usually enough to keep me warm even if my legs get wet. They are small and light, so I always pack them in my seat bag or jersey pocket for unexpected wind, rain or snow. They are a bit of a chore to stretch over mtn bike shoes, so if there is a question, size up.
These little gems have often made the difference between cutting a ride short; due to icy-cold, wet feet; or completing the ride in comfort regardless of the weather. I even wear them in warmer months for long, high-elevation descents (read chilly!) in the Rocky Mountains.
I wear these tights when the temps drop below freezing (above that, I find them too warm). Even on long mountain descents, they keep me warm and block the wind. The size medium is a bit smaller (and far less stretchy, of course) than size medium Pearl Izumi cycling shorts.
Yellow gold, that is. I'm talking neon, eyeball-searing yellow! These overshoes allow me to continue cycling all winter (I live at 8,000 ft in the Rocky Mountains with frequent daily highs well below freezing). They are warm, easy to fit over bulky mountain biking shoes, and the color keeps me visible. They fold up small enough to fit in a medium-seat bag or even a jersey pocket (though making for a somewhat lumpy profile). Caution: if you buy these you'll have no more excuses for not getting out on your bike.
Does this have the new MIPS?