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bonnie wrote a review of on September 4, 2011

4 5

I don't love the gray color, but for $16 I can live with it. I'm not sure why there are so many complaints about mounting. I've been using road tubeless for several seasons. Mounting these on converted Shimano RS10 wheels was one of the easiest tubeless installs I've done. No bead jack required. They seated right up with the compressor. (I wouldn't try installing any tubeless tire without a compressor.) Strangely for a tubeless tire, they leaked tiny amounts of sealant through the sidewall. In the past, I've only seen that when converting non-tubeless MTB tires to tubeless. I'm running them at 30psi. The ride is great! So overall, the quality may be a little off, but not so bad that I didn't by a few more while they're still on sale.

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bonnie wrote a review of on July 13, 2010

2 5

They're ok for shorter rides, 40-50 miles, but longer than that and they start to give me horrendous chafing (rope burn like) on the crease between the top of my thigh and my butt cheek. For quite a while I wasn't sure what was causing the problem, but through a process of elimination have found the PI shorts to be the problem.

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bonnie wrote a review of on April 19, 2006

4 5

Because reviews said these run narrow I ordered the men's version rather than women's. They fit great.
Pros: Flexible, lightweight, low to ground, neutral
Cons: Construction - They seem well-made but pieces were falling off when I started my second run. Zero cushion - Seems like this would be easy to fix by swapping out some of the dense rubber/foam for cushiony foam. Would also make the shoe lighter and more flexible.
Could be improved: Lacing - Replacing regular laces with system similar to Salomon or Yankz.

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