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Michael's Passions

Biking
Running
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mctp346768 wrote a review of on February 28, 2013

4 5

Given their name, the gloves achieve their goal of being a runner's glove. The backs of the hands are protected effectively from wind, while the palm is very breathable. The lack of any padding or reinforcement for the mesh on the palm makes this a running/walking only glove. The index fingers do have etip and work with my iPhone without issues. The palm-side pocket is a good idea, but the opening is very small, and only a very normal sized house key will fit. Anything larger than typical (i.e. car key, etc) will be difficult to get into the pocket without damaging the glove I think. Good for temps into the teens Fahrenheit. I was exactly between a small and medium on the sizing guide and went with a small for better fit.

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mctp346768 wrote a review of on February 14, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have used Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ and Asian Fit Jawbones extensively. I switched to the PivLock V2 Max for the frameless design. The field of view is significantly improved when in the drops while cycling. The lack of a top frame makes looking up the road much easier when your head is down. The light weight design is effectively unnoticeable when running. Fit is excellent and comparable/better than Asian Fit Oakley's. Optics are extremely crisp and changing lenses is easy. I'm a little concerned about the durability of the securing mechanism for the temples to the lenses in that I suppose they could wear out if you change lenses very frequently, but I have not experienced any problems so far. I am extremely satisfied with these sunglasses.

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