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Thomas D.

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Thomas D.

Thomas D.wrote a review of on March 24, 2017

1 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Started having problems with them where they pulled all the way to the bar on the first stroke so you had to pump them to engage solid! Easy fix right just needs bled, Did that and new pads and they go to the bar and you have to pump em-now the bike shop talked to the Shimano rep and he says that's ok-the shop worked the Shimano forums and they are all complaining about this problem with these brakes. I cant recomend these now that Shimano has a design issue and they admit it.

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Thomas D.

Thomas D.wrote a review of on September 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Its small and looks like a mini vibrator that may be hidden in your bedside drawer and packs a lot of power to boot! I use it MTB'ing and the flexible hose is why makes this pump worthwhile! I always hated pumping up my tires with the pump connected directly to the wheel-I was always afraid that I would rip the valve off! LENZE has got it together!

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Thomas D.

Thomas D.wrote a review of on September 29, 2014

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Right out of the box these things feel great. They are very roomy so thin socks with small feet will end up with lots of play. I tried a thicker footbed but that was too much. They are well made! They look awesome and worked well right out of the box. The roominess does cause some issues on the trail. There is a tremendous amount of heel lift so much so that my foot has come out of the shoe on occasion. The other problem is that it feels like my foot is rolling to the outside. I think that they may have compromised comfort for stability. It hasn't happened yet but your toes are vulnerable to striking rocks if you step off abruptly.

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