I've used mine about a dozen or so times to heat up water for making coffee in the morning or hot water for washing dishes while camping. It's lightweight and the .9L is usually plenty for 1-2 people. Holds heat for a bit of time, but not super long since there isn't a ton of material there. Comes with a mesh bag to store it and not worry about it drying out, also keeps the cap at bay.
I love using this stove car camping! It's offered the ability to make so many different meals while camping whether it's pancakes for breakfast or fajitas for dinner. Regardless of the meals it helps prepare, it's been great at efficiently using gas and getting around 6-8 meals per cylinder. Lastly, it's been easy to clean up and keep clean, and have not had any rusting parts on it just yet so it should last for years to come.
These gloves have been awesome in terms of comfort and breathability. I really like the elastic wrist closure for a comfortable, secure fit, instead of the velcro closure that other gloves use. The upper material has good air flow making them a great hot weather glove. The palm is a single layer allowing good dexterity and a closer feel to the grips.
The lightweight materials and styling of this jersey makes it super comfortable and stand out on the trail. The neck is a bit wider than most other jerseys I've worn, probably to work well with neck braces, but was bigger than I would prefer.
I don't usually wear what I would consider heavier shorts, especially for longer trail rides, but the 100% R-Core shorts have been great. They are pretty light and comfortable for the heavier denier, which add outstanding durability. The perforations on the inside of the legs add some breath-ability to dump excess heat, and the 1 side pocket is just enough to have the ability to fit what you need.
I was looking for a pack to keep necessities in my truck as a just in case scenario. I keep it in my truck packed with a patch kit, multi tool, tire levers, small pump, shock pump, gorilla tape, zip ties, extra cleat/screws, and a few other items. It's been great for keeping all the small parts in one easily accessible place. There's multiple storage places in the pack and seems to be durable/water-resistant.
I would say that most tape measures, in my opinion, are all the same. What nice about this one is that it's a bit smaller than what you may find at home depot, lowes, etc since you typically wouldn't be measuring siding with this tape. Measures in standard and metric, retracts well, and stays in place when needed.
While you may only need to bleed your Shimano brakes once every leap year, having extra mineral oil around is nice to have. One bottle has lasted me awhile and made it easy to top off my fluid in case my brakes start feeling a bit soft or spongy. Easy to use with their funnel or bleed kit to get that perfect feel.
I gave these as a gift for my dad. He liked them so much that he's gotten more pairs and wears them all the time. He said they are comfortable and super durable whether he's casually wearing them or working.
I bought these as a gift for my dad since I had gotten him a bike and wanted to make sure it would be as comfortable as possible. Definitely easier than getting any gel pads or expensive handlebar tape. When I bought them I thought they seemed to run a bit on the small side, similar to what other reviewers are saying. As for feedback, he has been happy with them and they take some of the sting out of rough roads.
These get the job done and feel pretty sturdy.
This pumps works as expected. The construction and feel of the product matches the price, but have not had any issues with it just yet. I prefer something a bit higher end on my daily driver, but is a great option for additional bikes or leaving in the car as a just in case.
I originally bought this light for commuting around town as I wanted a high quality light that would make me easily visible to vehicles. It mounts quickly, offers outstanding side visibility, and great battery life (with battery life signal on the back). I eventually used this light while hiking at night, which was actually worked quite well since the shape of the light with strap is easy to hold in your hand. The beam projection and battery life are what sold me on it though and I use it for hiking all the time now. I wish I could turn off the side markers to extend the battery life further, but they are not bothersome while hiking. Whether I'm riding in the evening hours or chasing daylight down from a long hike in the mountains I always grab this light.
These are super comfortable and what I wear under my shell when snowboarding. They provide great support for my legs and joints for long days on the slopes. Sometimes I use them for recovery as well afterwards and help keep my legs fresh for consecutive days. After dozens upon dozens of days using these tights, they don't seem to have lost much of their compression.
My 28lb pup has pretty small paws (1.5" measurement) which doesn't bow out much from the rest of her leg making it tough to find booties to work for her. The 4XS seemed to fit perfectly, but before we even got to the car for our first hike in them she had already had one off. Maybe these would have worked better with socks, but I wasn't about to try after first impressions.
I typically only use either Arundel or Blackburn Canber cages. The Arundels are a bit more expensive and seem to hold bottles a bit more secure, useful when mounting below the downtube on a MTB. The Blackburn has a bit better styling to them and offered in a number of colors making it easy to match any bike.