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Megan MacKenzie

Megan MacKenzie

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Megan MacKenzie

Megan MacKenziewrote a review of on May 8, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 170 lbs
Size Purchased: Large

Oh man. I just got these guys and I am in love with them. I bought them alongside a few other bibs, but ended up returning all the others because I liked these so much more. I have a long torso, and this bib fits perfectly. The shorts come up high enough around the waist to keep everything in. The straps are very light and breathable, and are long enough so there's no pressure whatsoever on my shoulders. The leg gripper is also super comfy and flattering. No sausage leg to be found.

So today I put them to the test. I've mostly been riding ~30 mile rides recently, but today I ended up logging 65. I recognize that this was a huge risk, because if this chamois wasn't up to the job, I'd be seriously regretting some life choices. But I didn't even think about them until mile 40. And even then, all I thought was, "Wow, how have I made it to mile 40 without thinking about my shorts?" No fidgeting or microadjusting. No saddle sores in sight. These guys are smooth like butter. My butt is truly grateful.

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Megan MacKenziewrote a question about on February 4, 2019

I’m a woman and weigh about 170 without my winter clothes or backpack on. I’m looking at getting these snowshoes to be able to do some touring with my snowboard on my back. With gear, I’m likely more than 180 pounds. However, I live in New England where the snow isn’t as fluffy, so you typically need smaller snowshoes. Considering those factors, which size would you recommend I get? I’d love to get away with the smaller size but would hate to sink too much due to the weight of my snowboard and backpack.

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