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kingofburley

Northern Utah and Southern Idaho, City of Rocks

kingofburley

kingofburleywrote a review of on June 24, 2015

1 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: Runs small
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 175 lbs
Size Purchased: large

Not sure I would even pay $20 for this jersey. Couple oddities, for $70 you would think they could at least include some silicone grippers on the back. The jersey overall is really plain and doesn't add anything special. Also, the front zipper is 3/4 length. This makes it super awkward to get on and off, it feels as though that last bit of material is going to rip taking it over your head. The worst part however is the end of the sleeves. Its a sewn nub of material that cuts off anything but the tiniest arms. It looks like you have muffin top arms coming out of the jersey. Also, I think Sugoi took a page from the Castelli book of making jerseys super small.

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kingofburleywrote a review of on November 22, 2012

5 5

This a perfect glove down to roughly 45 degrees or so, the first few miles might be a bit chilly but once you get warmed up they are awesome and they breathe exceptionally well and have an excellent fit. I wear a large in everything and wear a large in these. I know some people like to wear a second glove under their gloves for warmth but I don't think I could fit another glove under these. Would definetely purchase these again for Fall/Spring riding.

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kingofburleywrote a review of on November 22, 2012

5 5

Purchased these and Pearl's PRO version and shortly returned the PRO version. For the price these are awesome, fit just right and just tight enough while keeping the chill off your toes. You can use these to about 45 or so but no colder for me. When it gets really cold in the low 30's I will use these and a full boot cover to fight the chill, awesome!! Would definetely purchase again.

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kingofburleywrote a review of on December 18, 2011

3 5

Overall great quality bibs and I would have kept them for sure if they would have fit. They are a super skinny fit. I have several bibs from different brands and wear Large is all of them, but couldn't even get the Large on, had to send back. Also the inseam is marked at 9" but they are much longer than other bibs I have that have with an 11" inseam.

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kingofburleywrote a review of on August 31, 2011

3 5

Overall I have three bibs from different manufactuers, this is my least favorite only because the chamois seems to be the thinest and least comfortable. Other than the chamois I like them alot. They fit good, a bit on the small side but the material is great on hot days. I will only wear this bib if I'm riding 20 miles or less and thats not often.

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kingofburleywrote a review of on December 28, 2010

5 5

I'm 5'8" and 200 LB's, I generally wear between a L and XL. I purchased an XL in deep water blue and it might be the best hoodie I've ever purchased. I thought the XL was true to size. Its just roomy enough overall (I hate the slim fit) and the sleeves aren't rediculously long like some of the XL's out there. I haven't washed it yet and have some concerns about shrinkage but my wife said she would wash it in cold and hang dry. I just might buy ever color in this hoodie!

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kingofburleywrote a review of on December 28, 2010

3 5

I usually wear between a L and XL, after reading other reviews I decided on the L. Overall it fit good, it was a bit long in length and the sleeves, which probably would have been taken care in the washer and dryer it if I had kept it. I would have given it 5 stars but after wearing it for an hour I promptly put it back in the box and returned it to Backcountry. The giant logo on the back makes your back sweat like crazy!

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