Pip wrote a question about Nikita Crush Denim Pant - Women's on August 2, 2011
What is the inseam on these jeans?
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What is the inseam on these jeans?
The colors are great, the style is great and it's supportive enough to surf, swim and play on the beach. The wide band keeps any exposure at bay without sacrificing style. It's definitely a winner!
These bikini bottoms fit fantastically and look good. I was able to surf in them day in and day out without any mishaps, and I definitely got crushed by some waves. They are also really cute. I ordered a small and I'm 5'2" 125, I usually wear a size 26 in jeans.
These are hands down my favorite shorts. From the inseam, to the waistband, to the chamois, the Shorty Shorts keep me happy whether I'm commuting or mountain biking. They are comfy even after a 3 hour ride After touring with just two pairs of shorts for 5 weeks in Europe last year, the Sugoi Chamois was still going strong, while my Pearl Izumi Chamois had disintegrated into two layers of lycra with no padding. The Short Shorts are the winner!
I've had these tires for a week, in that week, we've ridden slippy roots in Crested Butte, loose sand and dirt two days later, slick rock, and the hard pack single track of Salt Lake City. These tires held up against it all. I would definitely recommend them!
However, I also agree with Dave Beyers comment, they were really tight on my rims, and took a serious battle for me to get them on. Let's just hope I don't end up on a ride with multiple flats, that could get a little frustrating!
I may be a little behind the times, and by I little, I may mean a lot. I've been riding with v - brakes, 4, maybe five times a week? I just switched and o baby, is it a whole new world. The terror I felt in technical sections where it was either balls out or walk is now gone, as I can gently pump my Avid brakes and ease my way through the rocks in complete control. They work when I need them, the way I need them (unless my panic stricken fingers squeeze a little bit too hard). I have had some difficulty setting them up so they don't rub on my tire, but nothing that a little bit of negotiating can't fix!
I've been riding the Juliana frame for a little while now. Five years to be exact. I've tried to move on, I've tried to find other frames I love as much, but I just can't. Every time I try I feel like I'm cheating. Will my Juliana mind that I'm trying to ride a Blur today? I probably just shouldn't bring it up....
I'm 5'2", 127 lbs, and love climbing, almost as much as I love descending. The compact fit of the S. frame is perfect for me to power up hills and stretch out on the descents. Maybe one day I'll move on, but for now, there just isn't anything else out there that makes me quite as happy as the Juliana does.
The PIVLock V90 not only make changing lenses even easier than it was with the Smith Slider series, they make visibility even better too. I've always been plagued with glasses fog at some point on a long climb. However, the PIVLock V90s are the first sunglasses I've ever worn to remain fog free throughout the entire ride. Plus, they stuck to my face like glue. In fact, the glue was so efficient it even kept the sweat from dripping down my lenses. Now, these glasses are an absolute necessity for every ride I go on!
These arm warmers rock! Perfect for an extra layer that is easy to stash in my jersey pocket or in my pack. Whether I'm heading out early or coming in late, I always carry these just in case it gets a little cool on the descents. I like being prepared and the ThermaFleece Arm Warmers make it easy for me to bring an extra layer.
I was pumped to ride this lime green, merino jersey for the extra long rides in Crested Butte. Not only is the lime green simply awesome, but the merino wool would hold the BO at bay during the long, hard climbs at 9,000+ feet. Sadly, this top runs a little small. I am a 36 around the chest and ordered the medium. While it fit well around the chest area, it was a little short in length. I had no room to put my arms above my head and keep my belly button hidden. I'm returning it and trying a large.
I love the shorter inseam on the Sugar Shorts. The shorter the legs the shorter the shorts, right? However, the chamois doesn't hold up on longer rides, and I found that the elasticity started to fade quickly in the back of the shorts. Plus, no one wants their chamois to get hung up on the saddle after getting out of the saddle to make it up the hill.
The Sugoi RSE shorts are the most comfortable shorts I've ever worn. While they are a tad bit longer than what I normally wear (I'm 5'2" and usually go for the "shorty" shorts) the chamois is the best I've ever come across. After 5 hours in the saddle, my butt isn't begging me for a break, and the next day, I'm ready to hit the trail again. Plus, the chamois doesn't get caught on the saddle when trying to reposition myself back on the saddle after a quick climb standing up, which is always nice!
It was love at first ride! The breathable mesh covering my toes kept my feet cool, yet the carbon fiber soles maintain the stiffness a bike shoe demand to perform well. The combination of velcro and ratchet closures keep my feet securely in the shoes, even when I'm pulling hard on a climb. While these shoes aren't the best for hiking, that shouldn't be too big of a deal. After all, riding the bike is far more fun than hiking with it.