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Pale Rider

Pale Rider

Pale Rider wrote a review of on January 11, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I was skeptical at first on the comfort front but you can adjust the firmness by deflating air. It packs pretty small and it's a nice piece of comfort to take along any trip. Sure you can use a bag of clothes but it's so small and light why not just take it with you incase you're clothes are wet.

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Pale Rider wrote a review of on December 3, 2011

5 5

Sweet socks, just the right length me! I had a hard time finding the size so I took a chance and went for the standard medium and it was perfect. In case anyone is wondering, here's the size on the package for a medium.

US Mens: 7 - 9
US Women: 8 - 10
EU: 40 - 42
UK: 6 - 8

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Pale Rider wrote a review of on December 27, 2010

5 5

I've been a Fox Racing Sergeant fan for MANY years till I discovered the Endura Hummvee and Singletrack shorts. What I really love about these shorts is the fit! Not too baggy like the Fox Sergeant so when your rolling behind the saddle or need to dismount real quick, you don't have to worry about them getting caught on your saddle. The length is ideal for pedaling during the hot summer months and the elastic waistband works way better than the velcro side adjustment found in other brands.

Need pockets? These shorts got you covered with 4 open pockets and a zippered pocket to stash your keys for short trail rides without a pack. The map pockets in the back are one of my FAVORITE features. Through a map in and pull it out to reference without having to take your gloves off. You'll appreciate it on your adventures on new trails.

The click in liner is also one of the best systems I've ever used and it keeps your shorts in place! So comfortable! The Singletrack short does not come with a liner but the Hummvee does so chose wisely. The materials used on the Single is much better than the Hummvee but you really can't lose if you pick one or the other.

If you do a lot of XC, all mountain, earn your turn rides, you should definetly get a pair.

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Pale Rider wrote a review of on July 31, 2010

5 5

This is one sweet shoe. Sidi's are sweet too and I've owned a pair but I just don't love that plastic lugged sole? I bought these Shimano's because the have the sweet rubber soles like your hiking shoes. You can actually walk up rock gardens with these shoes rather than slip around with the plastic soles on other mountain shoes. These might be too heavy for the weight weenies but I appreciate the extra materials incase my feet slam up against rocks or roots. Just remove those toe spikes and you an all day bike and walk the the burrito joint shoe. Very comfy, highly recommend.

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