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Matt Pecora

Matt Pecora

Brooklyn, NY

Matt Pecora's Passions

Climbing
Surfing
Snowboarding
Running
Biking

Matt Pecora's Bio

Professional SCUBA diver. Full time husband. Part time Photographer, cyclist, climber, runner, surfer, snowboarder, secret agent.
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Matt Pecorawrote a review of on March 8, 2016

Don't leave home without it!
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have the HV (high volume) version of this pump for my fat bike and carry a separate low pressure gauge. This pump makes airing the tires down and back up quick and easy! Sometimes I ride on pavement to the trailhead and need more pressure, then air down when I get to the trail. Makes changing the pressure a breeze! I love how it screws on to the valve so it won't accidentally bend and break it off when taking the pump on and off. Small enough to fit into a small pack. I highly recommend it!

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Matt Pecorawrote a review of on March 8, 2016

Super Grippy!
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I recently bought a set of Nate's (27 TPI) and went tubeless. Best thing I could have done! These tires grip like glue! I have yet to spin out going up steep climbs and don't think I will anytime soon (just a caution, these tires will throw mud back at you, quite violently). What's the fun of a fat bike if you're not getting dirty though, am I right?
The 27 TPI version are slightly heavier than the 120 TPI and the side walls are stiffer, so you'll have to decide what kind of riding you do before making a decision. The 120 TPI will make a wider footprint for riding in snow but they come at a higher price tag as well. I don't think you'll go wrong with either one to be honest.

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Matt Pecorawrote a review of on February 11, 2016

Winter wonder!
5 5

These shoes are comfortable, keep your feet dry and warm during the cold winter months. What more can you ask for? Protected by Gore-Tex, these shoes have not one, not two, but three fasteners to keep them snugly around your feet. There is a quick adjust inner lace system, a Velcro strap on top of that and a Gorte-Tex outer flap to seal everything in. The top of the shoe is a soft neoprene material that is comfortable around the ankle. You will not be disappointed with these shoes.

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Matt Pecorawrote a review of on February 4, 2016

Snug as a bug
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Insert, screw, tighten, lock.
Simple.
Walk away with peace of mind knowing your expensive equipment is safe from people who want expensive equipment but cannot afford their own and resort to stealing. Snugs up tight too so no wobble or rattle while driving.

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Matt Pecorawrote a review of on February 3, 2016

Fatty boom batty!
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Like all the other reviews mention, these will fit fat tires and road bike tires utilizing the smaller center channel. I just wish that they didn't cost $50 a set after spending over $300 on the rack itself. Much needed though if you have a fatty and works like a charm.

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Matt Pecorawrote a review of on February 3, 2016

TANK Rack!
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Thule T2 bike rack is a beast! Now I have peace if mind that my expensive bikes are secure while driving. This rack is expensive but very well built (you pay for what you get!). Fortunately Backcountry.com has these racks on sale right now! I love the integrated bike locks so you can lock up and not have to worry when you run in to grab lunch after a long day of riding the trails. I will note...read the directions carefully or you may find yourself switching the front wheel cups and the direction that the individual racks are facing a few times like I did. My fault for not reading thoroughly and going too quickly.

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Matt Pecorawrote a review of on February 2, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

I use these pants primarily for snowboarding and occasionally for shoveling snow. They always keep me warm and dry. They fit slim through the thigh but flare out slightly at the bottom to accommodate ski or snowboard boots. The waist adjuster allows wiggle room for sizing. Highly recommend these pants.

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Matt Pecorawrote a review of on February 1, 2016

Great multipurpose jacket!
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am 5'9" 155lbs and purchased a size Small. I wear this jacket primarily for snowboarding and around town when it's wet and cold out. This jacket fits snug but has room to fit a Patagonia R2 fleece underneath which I wear all throughout the winter. Keeps me warm and dry. I love the gator around the waist to keep the snow out while snowboarding and it tucks away nicely when not in use. Highly recommend this jacket!

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