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Ryan's Passions

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r.s4807796 wrote a review of on March 10, 2013

5 5

I've had the beanie for a few weeks now and its exceeding expectations. While it isn't thick or heavy it is soft and warm. It gives me just enough insulation against the wind and is low profile enough to fit under my cycling helmet. Gross as it is I wanted to see how long it would take to stink. It still hasn't been washed. . .

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r.s4807796 wrote a review of on March 10, 2013

5 5

Arrived on time. Solid construction. Looks Great.

Fits in toe cages great for cycling and clings to platforms too. Makes the daily commute fun.

Only took one day of wearing them to break them in. I've had them on my feet at least ten hours every day since. I'll wear them until they wear out.

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r.s4807796 wrote a review of on January 21, 2012

3 5

You have to wear it really tight and it has to sit right on top of the hip bones. If you do that it will sit tight and ride the right way.

Honestly the pack doesn't fit perfect but it gets the job done. and for $14 bucks the deal is great (I mean seriously just the 2 flasks and water bottle cost more than that on their own)

Keeps my keys and phone with me on the trail and gives me hydration and food capabilities so it does its intended job. . . just wish it would fit tighter and more secure with out riding up so high on my hips.

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r.s4807796 wrote an answer about on September 16, 2011

Your still going to have heat build up on a roller due to the tire hitting the same area repeatedly at speed. Friction = Heat = Quicker than average wear on the tire.

Trainer tires would be ideal(they will be the quiet and last the longest), but you can use whatever you please.

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