John Civitano

John Civitano

Santa Cruz Mountains

John Civitano's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowshoeing

John Civitano's Bio

Oh give me a home where the buffalo roam, etc etc ...

Let's see - what drives me? All things alpine ... bike, hike, ski, snowshoe, crampon, luv it all =)

our time is short - enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, and protect it for those who follow us after!

John Civitano

John Civitano wrote a review of on December 10, 2009

4 5

I really like these 3/4 shorts - quality stitching, looks like it will last awhile.

one thing - i'm 6'1 and 210, got an XL and they fit well but are a little tight. so if you're looking for more traditional 'loose fitting' knickers, these may not be what you're looking for ... prolly why they don't call them knickers, they are accurately described as '3/4 cycling shorts' and spot on!

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John Civitano wrote a review of on November 20, 2009

4 5

I really like the stretchy feel of the material on these. After many rides, the seat area has not worn through. 'Other brands' have issues like the seat wears through after 5 rides, not the Cutters! These knickers seem abrasion proof.
The material is stretchy enough that you don't feel the bunching that you sometimes get with knickers that have a velcro closure.overall - pretty cool ... I gave 4 stars instead of 5 only because at this price it should have a removable liner/chamois, imo =)

i'm 6'1 and 210, 36 waist - the XL fits loosely, just the way i like!

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John Civitano wrote a review of on December 17, 2008

5 5

function comes first - this beanie is perfect for cool to cold NorCal weather.
Ears are covered by a thin material. This is good for cycling (it fits under my helmet) since i warm up quickly, but may not be enough coverage for a cold and/or windy hike.

fashion - this beanie is way cool. my fellow patchouli stinking coffee house regulars in Santa Cruz always comment on the 'hip' factor =)

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