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Acornwrote a review of on May 14, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This jacket was introduced during the fall of 2017. I bought it in May 2019 during my Assos shopping spree. Coincidentally, a Northeaster hit the east coast and this morning's temperature went down to 50 degrees with wind blowing at 15mph, giving me a chance to try the jacket out. I'm glad I bought this jacket. Combining with only a thin baselayer, the jacket kept my body warm. Today is my rest day so I only biked 15 miles in zone 2. When the body warmed up too much, I unzipped the jacket and dumped the heat. I did not feel hot at all. Wearing the Mille Jacket feels like you are wearing two separate jackets, a white insulated layer and a thin wind shell. The material is very comfortable and the cut is ComfortFit. The jacket is quiet in the wind. My measurements are: Height 5'7", Weight 135lb, Chest 37.5", and the jacket is a SMALL. It fits great.

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Acornwrote a review of on May 2, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This model is no longer a current model on the NiteRidier web site, thus the sale price. I use it on my Trek carbon road bike. It sits firmly and does not come loose. There is a small philip screw that tightens the pivot mechanism so the light does not juggle loose and point downward. It at least works on a road bike. I'm not sure about mountain bikes on a very rocky trail. As for Lumens, the light is bright enough for my purpose, I don't use it at night, but just during the day time on the bike path. 100 Lumens is more than enough for my purpose.

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Acornwrote a review of on April 22, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This jersey is like a thin jacket, great for the morning rides in the 60s along with a thin base layer. The front jersey panel helps with blocking the wind, and the back and side fabric is very breatheable. You won't feel cold or over heat during the ride at all. During the occasional rest stops, you can unzip the front and dump the heat. At cooler tempepratures, you can use a thicker baselayer or a vest to increase the warmth. I'm 5'7", 133lb, with a 38" chest. I normally wear a 15.5" size shirt with a 33" sleeve. This jersey in SMALL fits me like a glove.

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