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I've been rocking the Pace shorts for the past couple years because of their breathability & stretchtasticness. They end up serving as my go-to hiking/trail running/workout shorts due to their light weight and range of motion. I really dig them while on the bike because they won't get caught on anything...but this does come with a compromise: the inseam is short enough (14") that my knees are exposed..so if you aren't confident enough to show your patellas off, you may prefer the 8Track or Descent shorts ;)
The lightweight material is also very quick to dry...bonus.
...and you only wear things if you like them. 1) (IMO) This helmet looks rad. 2)It fits great and the micro adjustments allow you to get it dialed. 3)Super easy to do some climate adjustments...opening or closing different vents gives you a lot of freedom to keep your head feelin' proper. 4)Keeps your noggin safe!
I use this pack for almost every ride. Adequate space for first aid kit, a rain layer, extra food, cameras, tools, tubes, pads, etc. I find the small base side pocket with a forward facing zipper is ideal for my multi tool, because you can access it without taking the pack off. The outermost portion is handy for stowing knee pads or your full face if you're on a long climb. I appreciate the full sized bladder. There are two fleece lined pockets- the internal one is handy for my cell phone or GoPro, and I save the larger glasses pocket for the...well, glasses.
I've got a lot of other packs, but I choose this one 98% of the time. (For serious adventures, the Apex may be more appropriate. For my road rides, I go with my Amp.)
James is spot on with his review. Comfortable against the skin, though I mainly use it as a mid layer for skiing. This spring and summer I've been tossing it in my hydration pack as an extra layer when I'm hiking or biking. Doesn't look dorky, doesn't hold your funk (unless you're getting extra funky), and fits perfectly.