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bhenningwrote a review of on January 7, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been looking for a good cold weather running glove for a couple of years. Most of the running gloves aren't warm enough for weather below 30F. I ran twice with these Mountain Hardwear gloves in temperatures between 10-20F. They performed flawlessly! The gloves themselves are thicker than most running gloves I've seen. And the mitt covers insulated too. When it was cloudy and windy, I was able to put the mitt covers on to keep my hands warm. When the sun was out, and there wasn't any wind, I was able to remove the mitt covers to keep my hands from getting too hot and sweating.

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bhenningwrote a review of on December 4, 2013

1 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I posted a review a couple of years about about the Giro Seam Audio Helmet. I think I wrote that after only using the helmet once or twice. The helmet itself is fine. However, the SkullCandy headphones built into the helmet were cheap and useless. I had a ton of trouble getting them to pair with any phone. To make matters worse, the build quality was horrible so they started falling apart during my first season using them! Avoid these cheap headphones!

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bhenningwrote a review of on April 23, 2010

5 5

The Giro Seam Audio is a great helmet. It took me a couple of tries to get it to connect properly to my google Nexus One Android phone with bluetooth, but once I got it working properly it was flawless. Call quality is fairly good. Music quality is great for a helmet. When connect with bluetooth to my android phone, skipping tracks and adjusting volume worked perfectly. However, when connected to the iPhone 3G, I was unable to skip tracks. Bluetooth speakers are the way to go for a helmet. Don't mess around with wires. I love being able to use my phone through bluetooth while skiing.

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