Kyle G

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Kyle G

Kyle G wrote a review of on July 19, 2012

Good bag, but stick with black
4 5

I've had the small white for a couple of months now. I've got a tube, levers and patch kit inside, with a multi-tool in its separate pocket. It fastens securely, and I never feel it moving, or rubbing my legs. I guess my complaints come from having the white version. It experienced its first rainfall the other day, and the next time I rode, I noticed that it had developed brown-ish spots on the white material where there are tools inside. I know it's picky, but it just looks dirty. Also, the white zipper seems to be fading to a yellow-ish tint from the sun.

I like the bag, but if I had to do it again, I'd go with black.

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Kyle G

Kyle G wrote a review of on February 23, 2012

5 5

The best thing I can say about these knicks are that after about 5 minutes on the bike, I don't notice that I'm wearing them (don't worry, I always double-check that I am). From mid-30's to high-40's these are fantastic. I bet they'd be good in even colder weather, I just don't have any where I live.
Fit: They're nice and tight at the calf, and it's nice that they don't need silicone grippers. The front comes up higher than some other bibs--up over my navel, which I don't mind in cold-weather bibs. I'm 5'10" and 145lbs with about a 29" waist and got the M.

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Kyle G

Kyle G wrote a review of on February 23, 2012

4 5

I find these gloves to be almost exactly what I need for "winter" in Southern California. Between about 38-50F, my fingers have never been cold in these. In fact, they stay quite warm, even though the gloves feel kind of thin. In warmer weather, I ride without gloves, so I like that there's not a lot of substance to these--just keep them away from anything abrasive, like velcro.
The reason they don't get all 5 stars is because there's nothing reflective on them. The "grippers" are silvery, sparkly and a little shiny, but not reflective.

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