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Jeff Hartman

Jeff Hartman

Jeff Hartman

Jeff Hartmanwrote a review of on April 19, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I bought these after my trusty PI tights got wrecked in a crash. I ordered the large size. Well made, but not as nice as the Pearls. Not as much reflective piping. But the big issue that is causing me to return them is the size. I am about 6'0" 185lbs and the large is too short in the body. The straps over my shoulders are just digging in way too much for me to keep them. Too bad because they are nicely made, sans the features pointed out above.

I will note that the chamois has a substantial feel but so much so that it was almost annoying in my crotch. I did not ride with these as they are going back. I won't be ordering a large because the leg/waist portion was just fine. Its just the way they are cut. Too bad. If the straps were longer I would be keeping them. To help any of the readers with sizing, I wear 32 length pants and 35 waist pants. Plenty of room there. Just the problem with the body length.

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Jeff Hartman

Jeff Hartmanwrote a review of on September 6, 2014

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have a large and am 6'0" 185lbs and this jersey is very loose on me. It is also very long for my tastes. Nicely made, but when I put my phone in the middle back pocket it seems to hang and bop around on every bump. But it is a good price for a recreational rider. If you have the makings of a tire around your waist, this would probably be a good jersey. Seems like there is a lot of room there.

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Jeff Hartman

Jeff Hartmanwrote a review of on August 18, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Original Post August 13, 2013: I ride pretty much year round and these have worn well. Cinders, gravel, potholes...they have been worth the money. Today I had my first flat with them, but it was most likely because of a cut in the sidewall during a very rainy ride. I had to ride on a rough shoulder to let a car pass on an uphill climb and I could hear the hissing as the tire lost air - oh crap. Nevertheless, I put a new tube in and did another 40 miles until I got home. I have to replace the rear tire, hence my visit here. The front is still in great shape. No reason I won't get another season out of that one.

Update April 18, 2015: The front tire is still going strong. One note of caution: when brand new, these are real buggers to get on the rim. After a bunch of miles it is easier to change.

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