Cody Germanposted an image about Cutter Bones Bike on September 11, 2010
When all you see is white, your in heaven. . . or in the middle of a snow storm, well, yea heaven
This tank is awesome for any outdoor adventure that requires endurance of that blistering Sól. I am definitly that sweaty kid that sits in class boiling away as the teacher spout out about supply and demand, so imagine me on the trails. Before i got this shirt, I had to go bear backed to keep myself cool. But with this shirt, I feel 10x better. It keeps the moisture on your back and chest to a minimum keeping you sweat free and much more chilled to enjoy the hike and bike. Fit is true to size when using the sizing chart. It is stretchy, as a base layer should be, so if you got that keg below your chest, you'll fit right into it. I highly recommend it.
For the price of getting an iron alone, this kit isn't bad. It gets the job done. The iron is easy to use and has some insturctions for n00b proofing. I do suggest some different wax. Also, complete the kit with some base cleaner (Dakine also has some that work well, and smell like oranges).
I bought these goggles on a WM impulse buy because i wanted some lighter lensed goggles. SO i got a pair with the Persimmons lens and I couldn't be happier. The contrast is just right of overcast days to the brightest on lights. My only major problem was with fogging. When you wear a mask, the fogging factor comes to be a problem, but its easily fixed with a Smith No Fog Cloth (the best $2.00 investment I've ever made). They fit my domed head/small face just right.
These gloves are pretty good. At first, they are a pain to use with the liner, but you soon appreciate them. For a 5K waterproofing, they are more than formidable for any stormy day. But, as a 5K glove, expect some freezing on uber bad days. This has happened only once to me and it took a lot of water for it to happen. If you want some improvement on the warmth, I suggest the Burton Power Stretch Liner (BUR2376). The only reason I got those was cuz the I lost the original liners, but trust me, the new liners are golden for these gloves
I got some gloves that had a removable liner, but of course, I lost them. I got these as a replacement and couldn't be happier. They're warmer than those liners and fits right on the hand. The grippies help to hold your scraper when you're clearing the frost off your windshield after a good day of riding.
This is a sweet idea. I bought one to test it out as a beanie and kept my noggin pretty cozy. Got another one to double time the otto effect and it works great as a mask. It was a windy day, but not a single icicle formed on my beard.
This shirt is comfortable, breathable and light. Like wearing a cloud made of soy, hemp and cotton.
This bag is the steeze beez kneez. Super Versatile. I'm outta my house for long periods of time and always have a bag. my ogio street just broke. This bag is equal if not better than that. room for all the things i have with me, including laptop, chords, a lunch, study material (so a few books about and inch each), zune, chords and headphones, stethoscope (I work first aid sometimes and use my own stethoscope), sunglasses/case, and still have room!! even with that much weight, its easy to haul around such a load. Contrary to the tech specs, there is a waistbelt that helps keep the pack close and secure.
I've taken this hiking, to work, used it as an overnight, and just as a day to day pack. After some staring at it, and my EMT senses tingled: i found i could even use this as a pretty effective trauma pack. It'd have room for a 150 piece kit at least (splints, gauze, curlex, scope, cuff, etc.). If you need a day to day pack that you use for all purposes, THIS IS YOUR BAG! No regrets. versatile
These boots are sweet. Comfortable and snug. the liner is one of the easiest to adjust of all the boots I've gone through thus far. I rode all day the first time I got them, didn't have to adjust a thing; every lace and strap stayed tight. One of the best lace boots out there for a good price.