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i.j3628851 wrote a review of on July 6, 2010

4 5

These grips do everything they claim they are supposed to do. They take the weight off your wrists and distribute the weight across a wider area to make for a more comfy ride. The only complaint I have is they don't fit all that well, they are oversized, so they tend to wear on my carbon monkeylites in an odd way. It may just be worth it for the ease of cleaning, comfort of use and longevity. I only have 100 miles on them thus far but they still look new!

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i.j3628851 wrote a review of on June 4, 2010

4 5

Based on the reviews that I had read these shoes were supposed to be good for wider feet. Usually, wider feet in the cycling industry is code for: D-width. I wear a EEEE shoe on a daily basis and have issues with my toenails in narrow shoes. I am happy to report that these are plenty wide in the toe-box area, whilst remaining snug in the other areas of the shoe that you need them to be. I don't recommend white for MTB shoes as the material will stain rather easily. The cleats in the front of the sole are GREAT for giving you traction on slippery sections of the trail and I have found that these shoes are exactly what I had hoped they would be. They get 4 stars because I can't seem to get the fit on the heel to my liking and they slip a fair amount in the heel if you are just walking around and paying attention to such things.

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