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Kelly Jorgensen

Kelly Jorgensen

Kelly Jorgensen

Kelly Jorgensenwrote a review of on September 19, 2015

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: True to size
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 240 lbs
Size Purchased: 40

I ordered these thinking they were the same inseam as my Fox Ranger 12 inch. They are at least 2-3 inches longer and hang over my knee when trying to pedal. Although they stretch nice it pulls a bit while pedaling. For a day of riding chairlifts these would work great but not for long climbs and trail riding. Also the material is very heavy and thick. I could see these getting pretty hot creating some extreme swass. The pockets are also pretty much useless. The back pockets are too shallow to fit a basic wallet. And the hand pockets up front are shallow with no zippers allowing your stuff to scatter along the trail. The side cargo pockets are closed by two small velcro closures which may or may not open up while riding but I wouldn't trust my car keys in them. Construction seems quality though. Just not for me.

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Kelly Jorgensenwrote a review of on August 27, 2015

Perfect Helmet For The Kids
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been taking my kids to the bike park and trail riding more and they are getting more aggressive. My 7 year old took a bad fall to the face and I decided he needed a full face. This helmet is super light and not too hot. I got the small and it fits my 7 year old and 4 year old sons.

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Kelly Jorgensenwrote a review of on August 27, 2015

A little small.
4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

These pads work great. Slim fitting enough to go under a long or 2/4 length jersey. I bought an XL and they are just a little snug on my arms. They have seemed to stretch out just a bit though. Also the area of protection seems small. It could be a bit wider and longer as far as the actual padded area goes.

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Kelly Jorgensenwrote a review of on July 20, 2015

2 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I am 6'3" and have bigger legs and arms. I am noticing that most XL and even XXL elbow pads only go up to about a 14 inch bicep with the biggest being around 16 inch max. I thought these would stretch and they did but not enough. No I don't lift bro, but these were too tight. Also they will only protect you from scraping your skin. They are super thin so if you slam hard plan on feeling some pain. I know there are a lot of guys out there with with big legs and arms riding bikes. I feel like XL and XXL pads should fit like an XL and XXL. I had to send these back. I will probably order the 661 rage pads and if they are too tight I will have to cut the stretchy backing and just use the velcro straps. I guess its time to start a pad company for dudes with more than skin and bones on their arms and legs. All current pads are made for roadies.

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Kelly Jorgensenwrote a review of on July 15, 2015

One Fall That's all
3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 240 lbs
Size Purchased: XXL

These gloves are nice and lightweight for hot days on the trails. However they are not the most durable. After only a few rides the stitching started coming undone between my thumb and first finger on the palm side. Then I took a spill. Although they protected my hand the stitching attaching the mesh fabric to the heavier fabric on the palm failed.

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Kelly Jorgensenwrote a review of on July 8, 2015

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs small
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 240 lbs
Size Purchased: 46

As much as I want to love these shoes I just can't. Why? Because when I am clipped into my pedals I can't get out unless I am at the very top of my pedal stroke because the sole hits against the crank arms and won't allow me to release. I have gone down multiple times because of this. I think this is dumb. So I ended up buying some flat pedals and some five ten freerider contacts. Hope they work out. As far as sizing I would recommend going up a size. The length runs small but the volume runs big especially in the ankle area. I would put a thicker insole or a shoe shim.

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